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American School In Japan

Boys tennis AOY

Inahara capped ASIJ career with more titles

Whether playing alongside his younger brother in a doubles match or against him in a key league or Far East singles finals tie, Noah Inahara says he plays just as hard as he would any other opponent.


Girls tennis AOY

Chang prefers a team approach to winning titles

More times than not, tennis is viewed as an “all eyes on me” individual discipline, with individual titles possibly leading to team success.


Far East tennis

Karasawa wraps up tourney that was all Mustangs

Senior rallied from behind in the third set of the final, breaking junior teammate Eriya Hara’s serve in the eighth and the 10th and last game and beating Hara 3-6, 6-1, 6-4.


Far East tennis

ASIJ wins (and loses) as weather-delayed tourney resumes

Senior Noah Inahara repeated his boys singles title and Leon Hoy and Erin Chang of recaptured the Far East mixed doubles title they won in 2015.


Seisen rallies and rallies to earn championship

A league championship, a major in-season invitational and the first Far East tournament title in 24 years.


Far East cross country

Experience counts as seniors sweep races

Call Wednesday “Senior Day” in the Far East Cross Country meet.


Prep roundup

Yokota breaks Red Devils' DODEA-Japan volleyball reign

Britney Bailey had 24 kills and reigning Far East Division II Tournament MVP Kyra Anderson had 37 assists to boost Yokota, the defending D-II champion, past host Kinnick.


ASIJ runs roughshod over Singapore

Andrew Howe ran for three touchdowns and Dean Hahne rushed for two more, as five different Mustangs scored TDs in a 55-0 romp.


Seisen serves notice it's a challenger at Far East volleyball

Phoenix win ASIJ tourney by downing defending D-I champion Kubasaki in finals.


ASIJ turns tables to ruin Kadena homecoming

Conference will call Monday will determine which team gets opportunity to play Nile C. Kinnick for Far East D-I title.


Perry, Humphreys to get a feel for each other before title game

It’s rare that two teams get a chance to see each other two weeks before they likely play each other for Far East Division II football’s top prize.


Winless Falcons can't corral Mustangs

Andrew Howe and Rhys Gallagher each rushed for three touchdowns and ASIJ celebrated its annual “Spirit Day” by crushing Seoul American 55-14,


Mustangs keep playoff hopes alive by topping Kubasaki

Jack Ambrosino accounted for four touchdowns and 306 yards as ASIJ gets first D-I win at expense of winless Dragons.


Big plays spark Kadena to rout of ASIJ

Junior newcomer Eric McCarter accounted for 343 all-purpose yards and six touchdowns and Uriah Morris added 160 rushing yards and a TD.


Panthers get another shot at Mustangs

It would be understandable if Kadena football entered Saturday’s rematch of the 2016 Far East Division I title game hungry for revenge, after losing twice at American School In Japan’s Mustang Valley last season.

American School In Japan school info

Location: Tokyo, Japan
Mascot: Mustangs
Colors: Black and gold
Enrollment:
Website:
https://www.asij.ac.jp/

Principal: Rick Weinland
Athletic director: Brian Kelley

Coaches:
Football: Roy Tomlinson
Volleyball: Kristi Hoskins
Cross country: Ryosuke Suzuki
Tennis: Jen Brown
Boys basketball: Greg Garrison
Girls basketball: Doug McQueen
Wrestling: Adam Carlson
Girls soccer: Shane Prairie, Megan Ortwein
Baseball: Aaron Rogers
Softball: Julie Rogers
Track: Ryosuke Suzuki


Wall of champions

Far East Championships for American School In Japan:

2017

Division I football
Lisa Watanuki, girls cross country
Division I overall tennis
Division I boys tennis
Noah Inahara, boys singles and doubles
Leon Hoy, boys doubles
Ren Niikura and Eriya Hara, mixed doubles
Division I boys track and field
Britt Sease, boys 200, 400, 800
Ryan Nishida, boys 3,200
Lisa Watanuki, girls 3,200
Boys 1,600 relay
Boys 3,200 relay

2016

Division I boys cross country
Division I girls cross country
Evan Yukevich, boys cross country
Lisa Watanuki, girls cross country
Division I girls tennis
Len Kamemoto and Noah Imahara, boys doubles
Lili Kobayashi, girls single
Kobayaski and Nana Yoshimura, girls doubles
Leon Hoy and Erin Chang, mixed doubles
Division I baseball

2015

Division I girls cross country
Division I boys cross country

2014

Division I girls basketball
Division I baseball
Division I boys cross country

2013

Division I girls volleyball
Division I boys basketball
Division I girls soccer

2012

Division I girls volleyball

2011

Division I girls soccer
Baseball
Division I girls volleyball

2008

Division I girls volleyball
Division I girls soccer
Division I girls volleyball

2002

Girls cross country

1998

Girls cross country

1995

Wrestling (dual)

1994

Boys cross country

1993

Wrestling

1992

Division I girls basketball

1991

Division I girls volleyball

1990

Wrestling
Girls cross country
Boys cross country

1989

Wrestling

1988

Boys cross country

1987

Division I girls volleyball

1986

Division I girls volleyball
Boys cross country

1983

Division I boys basketball

1982

Boys cross country

1974

Division I boys baskeball

1964

Division I boys basketball

More stories

Kinnick rolls over ASIJ to stay unbeaten

With the win, the Red Devils improved to 3-0 overall and 2-0 in Division I, having outscored opponents 99-12.


Kinnick-ASIJ kicks off D-I showdowns

En route to its school-first Far East Division I football title a year ago, American School In Japan football stumbled just once – losing 29-22 at home to Nile C. Kinnick last Oct. 1, after winning its first three games by a 126-0 margin.


Line play might determine whether Mustangs can repeat

ASIJ will move forward with a gaggle of backs, receivers and Jack Ambrosino, who accounted for more than 2,575 yards and 30 touchdowns last season, capped by the Mustangs’ 35-18 D-I title-game win over Kadena.


Tennis preview

ASIJ brings back champ, firepower to courts

To get to the top of the mountain is enough of a challenge. To stay there? Even more so, especially in an individual discipline such as tennis.