The Hawaii Sports Hall of Fame is pleased to announce the 2021 Inductees, Tita Ahuna and Dr. Larry Price. Ahuna began her career on the Kamehameha Schools Girls Varsity team, as well as participating in basketball and softball and during her career brought two national championships to Hawaii Pacific University. Dr. Larry Price, or “Coach” as he is best known, has touched the lives of thousands of players and students since starting his career as a player in the 50s as well as his expertise in business after earning an Educational Doctorate at the University of Southern California.
Congratulations our Class of 2021 Inductees:
Tita Ahuna — National Champion, Volleyball
Dr. Larry Price — Contributor
The Hawaii Sports Hall of Fame is the State Museum for Sports history in Hawaii to record outstanding accomplishments of Hawaii’s world class athletes. It is an educational repository to honor athletes, pioneers and contributors of Hawaii’s rich sports history and to serve as role models for our youth, encouraging them to emulate the same characteristics of devotion, dedication, pursuit of athletic excellence, steadfast and moral character.
Each year, nominees from across the state are selected for the prestigious honor of being inducted into the Hawaii Sports Hall of Fame.