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The Academy’s softball program is rooted in the concept of “team as a family” and aims to help its athletes develop into well-rounded individuals who not only become students of the game of softball but the “game of life” as well. Some of the characteristics developed while a member of the Lancer softball program, include taking ownership, being responsible, persevering through adversity, being humble in victory and continuing to be “students of the game.”
The Intermediate softball team is open to students in grades seven to nine, while those in grades nine to 12 play on the Varsity level.
Jeremy Shimokawa grew up in Waimanalo, HI. He is a graduate of Kailua High School, where he was a multi-sport athlete. He attained an Associate Degree in Early Childhood Education from Honolulu Community College.
Sports has always been a part of his life. Playing baseball and basketball from a young age, he has met many coaches, families, and made many friends which have impacted his life in a positive and constructive way. He is a true believer that hard work, commitment, respect, and self-confidence are important traits one must have to be successful on the field and in life. Being given the opportunity to be a part of a softball program that was once successful in state, is truly an honor.