Congratulations to Skyler Kamaka, Jammers VBC/Kamehameha ’08, on being crowned Miss Hawaii 2012. Skyler beat out 15 other contestants in the 66th annual scholarship pageant held at the Hawaii Convention Center. She will be competing in the Miss America Pageant this month in Las Vegas!
Click HERE to read the article from the StarAdvertiser!
Skyler was a 2008 graduate of Kamehameha where she was apart of two State Championship teams. She trained with Jammers VBC as a Setter & Outside Hitter since she was 11, making her a 7-year club member!
Skyler earned a scholarship to Concordia University where she earned a B.S. in Exercise and Sport Science with a Minor in Coaching. Skyler finished her career ranked No. 5 on the school’s all-time list with 1,913 assists. She finished eighth in total aces with 96 and finished among the top 10 in school history in sets and games played.
In 2003, Skyler helped her 12’s team to win the Championship of the IMPACT Tournament. Skyler also helped her 12’s team win the Gold Medal in the 2003 Volleyball Festival — July 2003 in Sacramento, California.
Skyler exemplifies what we strive to achieve here at Jammers. A well-rounded person as well as an elite athlete. We are extremely proud of your achievements, Skyler!