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Manin hired as 'Bows director of football operations

Courtesy: U.H. Athletics Department Courtesy: U.H. Athletics Department
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

Lois Manin, the former deputy manager of the Aloha Stadium, has been hired as the University of Hawaii's director of football operations, according to a statement released by the athletic department on Thursday.

Manin has spent the past eight and a half years at her post in Halawa, helping manage operations at the state's largest outdoor arena.
 
Manin returns to the UH Athletics Department, where she already has a 17 year history, primarily in media relations. At the time, the school says, Manin was one of only a handful of female head media relations directors in the country. Her hiring at U.H. makes her just the fourth female director of football operations in the Football Bowl Subdivision.
 
Manin is a graduate of Colorado State University where she received a bachelor's in technical journalism. She was a four-year letterwinner for the school's softball team and earned all-conference and all-region honors. A three-sport athlete at Honolulu's Kaiser High School, Manin also earned all-state and all-league honors in softball.

Information provided by the U.H. Athletics Department. 

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