HONOLULU (AP) - Hawaii has hired former point guard Dana
Takahara-Dias to be its women's basketball coach.
She succeeds Jim Bolla, who was fired in April and has filed a
wrongful termination lawsuit. Athletics director Jim Donovan made the announcement Thursday.
Takahara-Dias played for the Rainbow Wahine in the 1980s and
served as an administrative assistant under former coach Vince Goo.
She walked-on at Hawaii in 1984, playing 80 games in four seasons
and serving as team captain her senior year. She averaged 2.2
points, 1.2 rebounds and 1.2 assists.
Takahara-Dias coached at Moanalua High School in the 1990s and a state prep all-star team since 2006.
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