Bank of Hawaii signs eight UH-Manoa athletes to NIL deals

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Bank of Hawaii has signed eight University of Hawaii athletes to endorsement deals.

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The eight UH athletes are women’s volleyball players Amber Igiede and Brooke Van Sickle, men’s volleyball players, Chaz Galloway and Max Rosenfield, women’s basketball players Kelsie Imai and Daejah Phillips, and men’s basketball players Samuta Avea and Kamaka Hepa.

It wasn’t until July that NCAA athletes were able to profit off of their name, image and likenesses (NIL) for the first time.

Although Bank of Hawaii has not disclosed financial terms of its partnerships with the eight UH athletes, BOH did announce a 10-year, $5 million sponsorship with UH in 2020.

Previously, Hawaii football quarterback Chevan Cordeiro signed an NIL deal with Central Pacific Bank in July.

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