Star-Bulletin Sports


Tuesday, March 9, 1999


H A W A I I _ P A C I F I C



HPU


Evans pitches HPU’s
first-ever perfect game

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Ryan Evans pitched the first perfect game in Hawaii Pacific's 17-year baseball history yesterday as the Sea Warriors drubbed Christian Brothers (Tenn.), 18-0, in the seven-inning second game of a doubleheader sweep at Hans L'Orange Park.

HPU won the seven-inning opener, 10-2, as Keola McCallum scattered eight hits.

Evans, a junior right-hander from Huntington Beach, Calif., faced the minimum 21 batters and struck out seven on the way to his second victory without a loss while the Sea Warriors improved to 16-6. Christian Brothers is 2-10.

Bryce Uegawachi homered, singled and drove in three runs for HPU in the first game. Tom Peters and McCallum homered in the nightcap, Peters going 3-for-5 and driving in four runs.

Tapa

BASEBALL

NCAA Division II

At Hans L'Orange Park

Bullet First game

Christian Bros.	000	011	0-- 2	8	3
Hawaii Pacific 	127	000	x--10	13	3
Brian Volante, Scott Mahr (3) and Brad Hanna; Keola McCallum and Deric Yanagisawa. W--McCallum (3-1). L--Volante (0-2).

Leading hitter--HPU: Bryce Uegawachi, 2-3, HR, 3 RBIs.

Bullet Second game

Christian Bros.	000	000	0-- 0	0	4
Hawaii Pacific	250	10(10)	x--10	13	3
Bobby Keeley, Eric Kelly (2) and Zac Clements; Ryan Evans and Deric Yanagisawa. W--Evans (2-0). L--Keeley (0-2).

Leading hitter--HPU: Tom Peters, 3-5, HR, 4 RBIs.



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