UH Law Students Gear Up for 34th Annual Ete Bowl

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This weekend law students are taking a break from hitting the books and are hitting the field instead…the football field.  The annual all-female Ete vs. Bruzers flag football game dates back to 1978 and has become a tradition at UH Manoa’s William S. Richardson Law School.  The “Ete’s” represent the current female law students while the “Bruzers” are a group of alumnae who are now established attorneys and judges.

Hawaii Supreme Court Associate Justice Sabrina McKenna remembers her own days playing in the Ete Bowl.

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Third year law student Christilei Hessler is this year’s Ete Team Captain.  Hessler says that the team is more than ready and has been practicing for months.

 

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The 34th Ete Bowl takes place this Sunday at 1 pm at the UH football practice field. 

 

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(Molly Solomon / HPR News)