As a Freshman: Hanawahine started 41 games and played in 46 games… hit a home run in first collegiate at bat versus South Alabama in the opening game of the season (2/8)… registered first double and first multi-hit game versus Indiana State (2/17)… hit solo-dingers versus Maryland-Eastern Shore (3/2) and in game one against Morehead State (3/30)… the three long balls were tied for the best on the team… had 10 hits in 106 at bats (.094) At Kailua HS: Hanawahine competed for four seasons at Kailua High School under head coach Tamara Al Kaluau. As a junior, she was honored as a member of the All-State team, as well as the All-East Red Division Team for her play at shortstop. She claimed a spot on the All-East Red Division Team as a first baseman during her sophomore season.
Hanawahine is a three-year member of the basketball team and earned All-State Honorable Mention as a junior. She also competed in one season of Soft Tennis. Her travel ball team, Lokahi, coached by Derek Koki, finished second at the 2010 Canada Cup and claimed the 16U ASA State Championship. She finished the 2011 travel season with a .400 batting average, playing for Al Belche and Warren Okinaka on the Kamakazies with current Tiger Tayler Shimizu.
As a member of the honor roll each year at KHS, she intends to major in Kinesiology with the aspirations to work in Physical Therapy.