(808) 321-6132 ohanagoalkeeper@gmail.com



Ohana GK Academy is a goalkeeping academy founded by young international collegiate coaches and goalkeepers, who whilst currently involve in their collegiate coaching jobs, wanted to help and provide a fair goalkeeping academy in the islands to help and support the goalkeeper Ohana.

After accomplishing my own dream as international collegiate goalkeeper and coach, completing  College and Masters degrees, I want to help the Hawaiian goalkeeper community with my experience, professionalism, and passion for this sport.



Guided by our concern for the formation and development of student athletes, our mission is to provide goalkeeper coaching and education to the goalkeeper ohana.


Ohana GK strives to be the goalkeeper academy that provides services that any hawaiian goalkeeper needs.


We believe in the combination of sports and education as a strong vehicle for the future success in this competitive and globalized world.

Adria Borras


  Originally from Tarragona, a city near Barcelona, in Catalonia, Spain, Adria is the  assistant women’s soccer coach at Hawai’i Pacific University. He is also the head coach for 2007 ODP Girls in Hawaii, and he collaborates organizing FCB Summer Camps in the state of Hawaii and organizing international trips as well for different teams on the islands. 

   In 2009, he decided to step away from his job as an engineer and stopped his soccer career in Spain to follow his dream of studying in the United States and earn his second college degree. Thanks to an athletic scholarship from Missouri Valley College, his dream came true. While pursuing a degree in Business Management, he played two seasons for the Vikings, leading the team to consecutive conference championships for first time ever in the school program, as well as netting a berth in the National Tournament. The awards piled up for Adria, including Academic All-American, All-Region and HAAC First Team distinctions.

   Adria started his soccer career at Gimnastic Tarragona, the main soccer club in his hometown near Barcelona. He started playing in the youth divisions until he progressed enough to become a professional player at age 17. Those years, he competed for Gimnastic Tarragona and Pobla Mafumet. During that time, Adria had the opportunity to play with and against many of today’s elite Spanish players.

   During his soccer career in Spain, he also went to college and earned a degree in Electrical Engineering. Adria graduated on his master’s degree at Hawai’i Pacific University.

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