Fey was named the Jack Bonham Award winner at Monday’s H Awards along with senior sailor Cole Brauer.
The award is given annually to the top male and female senior student-athlete who “best exemplifies the ideals for which Jack Bonham stood for in the areas of athletic excellence, academic achievement, public service, leadership and character.”
Fey is a three-year starter at outside hitter. Last week, he was named an All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation honorable mention and boasts averages of 2.65 kills, 1.38 digs, and 0.53 blocks per set. As team captain, has helped lead the Rainbow Warriors to a No. 4 national ranking and to the MPSF Tournament semifinal round for the second time in his career.
Fey will graduate this spring with a degree in civil engineering. He is an active participant in the team’s community service efforts and was featured in a public service announcement with his mother, former UH basketball player Shelley (Kahuanui) Fey, against domestic violence.