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Kawika Shoji

Director of Volleyball Operations

Stanford University

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Stanford University

857 Serra Street, Suite 210

Stanford, California,94305

United States

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Stanford University, located between San Francisco and San Jose in the heart of California's Silicon Valley, is one of the world's leading teaching and research universities. Since its opening in 1891, Stanford has been dedicated to finding solutions to big ch...more

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Iolani School

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U.S. Men's Junior National Volleyball Team

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2006 Men's College Commitments

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Kawika Shoji
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The USA men's indoor volleyball team meets Poland in the quarterfinals, with Erik Shoji and Kawika Shoji of Stanford on the American roster.


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16) Kawika Shoji - Volleyball
If you follow college volleyball, you'll recognize the name Shoji. Kawika, who currently plays professionally in Turkey, and younger brother Erik, are the sons of legendary Hawaii women's coach David Shoji. Kawika, by the way, was a member of the Stanford team that won the NCAA championship in 2010.


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Micah Christensen of USC and Kawika Shoji of Stanford are sharing time at setter.


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Kawika Shoji grew up in Hawaii, spent his college years at Stanford and lived in Berlin for months at a time as a professional volleyball player.
He visits exotic locations regularly and, by all accounts, is a seasoned traveler. So it comes as a bit of a shock to hear the 6-foot-3 setter talk about how thrilled he is to visit Kansas for the first time when the U.S. mens team takes on Argentina in FIVB World League matches Friday and Saturday at Koch Arena. Im really excited to get there, Shoji said. Ive never been before. Hopefully a lot of my family members will be able to come from Kansas City and Omaha to watch me play, Shoji said. Shoji said his mother is from the Midwest, but attended college in Hawaii. She never left, raising a family that featured two exceptional volleyball players. Shojis brother, Erik, played college volleyball with Shoji and is currently competing for a spot on the national teams roster. Shoji recently was promoted to the national team after years of playing for the organizations youth and secondary squads. He is one of many young players fighting for a permanent spot on the team. The 25-year-old is hoping to make a positive impression. For me, individually, this is a growing moment, Shoji said. I think its a growing moment for the whole team. We are all trying to come together. I dont think any of us should have anything to prove. As long as we play our game, we will be fine. That approach has helped Shoji throughout his career. The worldly traveler hopes it will continue to help him in front of a home crowd. It is going to be fun playing there, Shoji said.


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