Thursday, March 22, 2012
Health issues lead top Hawaii coach to retire
By Sheldon Shealer
Citing health concerns, Kawika Keator, who is among the all-time most successful coaches in Hawaii girls' soccer history, is retiring as head coach at Baldwin (Wailuku, Hawaii), according to the Maui News. During the past 13 seasons, Baldwin has been to the state semifinals five times with two titles and a runner-up finish. In addition, Baldwin won nine league titles.