Keawe Enos
3  Keawe Enos

Mesa, Ariz.

High School:
Red Mountain HS

Last College:
Mesa CC





UVU student-athletes, community honored at Wolverine Club Awards

Retired senior associate athletic director D.J. Smith was recognized with a special presentation and the Michael V. Jacobsen Bronze Wolverine Award.


35 UVU student-athletes named Academic All-WAC

Men's indoor track & field led the way for the Wolverines with 16 student-athletes making the cut.


Historic season ends in first round of NIT at California

Hunsaker finishes with 22 points, Aird with 19 points


WAC Tournament run ends, NIT is now on horizon

Wolverines will find out opponent and destination on Sunday night


Wolverines win opener in record-setting performance

Aird surpasses 1,000 career rebounds in win

At Utah Valley ...
JUNIOR (2012-13):
Played in 30 games, starting seven times and averaging 2.8 points per game ... had season-high 10 points in win over Arizona Christian ... named to Great West Academic All-Conference team.

SOPHOMORE (2011-12):
Appeared in 23 games, starting once during first season at Utah Valley ... averaged 2.6 points per game in 10.4 minutes ... was 12-for-13 (.923) from the free throw line ... scored season-high 11 points twice; against Northern Illinois and Haskell ... was 3-for-5 from the 3-point line in win over Northern Illinois ... scored nine points in season-opening win over Simpson.

Before Utah Valley ...

College: Played one season at Mesa Community College prior to serving LDS mission

High School: Prepped at Red Mountain High School in Mesa, Arizona ... earned first-team All-Region and honorable mention All-State ... also played football at Red Mountain HS.

Personal ...
Married wife Katelyn McKell in June, 2012 ... son of Julie and Kunane Enos ... born in Mesa, Arizona ... served LDS mission in Jackson, Mississippi ... major is exercise science ... is of Hawaiian descent ... named is pronounced kay-ah-vay.