Zeug named Iolani basketball coach
Iolani School yesterday named Marlene Zeug its new girls basketball coach.
Zeug, a former player at Punahou and Colgate University, takes over from Glenn Takara, who coached the Raiders for eight years.
She has previous experience coaching Punahou's intermediate and junior varsity girls teams.
Iolani grad Johnson takes home awards
Christian Johnson, the 2006 Star-Bulletin baseball position player of the year out of Iolani, earned several awards after helping Central Arizona College (46-22) to a final-four position in the NJCAA World Series.
The 2006 Raiders graduate and signee to play for the University of Hawaii baseball team next year picked up the 2008 NJCAA (junior college) Rawlings Gold Glove Award in right field for his perfect 1.000 fielding percentage. Johnson carried a .385 batting average and also received Arizona Community College Athletic Conference all-league and NCJAA All-Region 1 honors.
McMackin and wife host football clinic
Hawaii football coach Greg McMackin and his wife, Heather, will host the first Hawaii Wahine Football Clinic on Aug. 21 at the Manoa athletics complex lecture hall.
The clinic is designed for women interested in learning basic offensive and defensive football rules.
Warriors coaches will also be on hand. The clinic costs $10 and includes refreshments and a football manual. For more information, call the UH football office at 956-6508.