Ikaika Malloe
Ikaika Malloe
College: University of Washington
Position: Joel E. Smilow '54 Defensive Coordinator (LB)

Ikaika Malloe (pronounced E-KAI-ka ma-loy), Yale's new defensive coordinator, has been a defensive assistant coach at four schools, including his last stint at Hawaii. He was special teams coordinator and handled the Warriors' defensive tackles for the 2008 season. Malloe was the defensive line coach at Texas El Paso (UTEP) from 2004-2007, special teams coordinator and defensive line coach at Western Illinois from 2001- 2003 and student assistant, graduate assistant and program coordinator at his alma mater, Washington, from 1997-2002. He graduated in 1996 and earned numerous awards as a Husky defensive back. Malloe was named the 1992 Stapp Memorial Award recipient (most inspirational on team), earned the team's hardest hitter honor for three straight years, won the 1993 Jarvis Award, was named most improved defensive back in 1994 and was named player of the week by USA Today in 1995. He and his wife, Tara, have three children: daughter, Taylor (10) and sons Jordan (9) and Isaiah (5). Contact Coach Malloe: ikaika.malloe@yale.edu

 

Recruiting Areas: Hawaii, Kansas, Oklahoma, West Texas (DFW Area to West Texas)