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Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Saturday, September 9, 2000

Dorian scores
Billabong title

Star-Bulletin staff

MUNDAKA, Spain -- Kailua-Kona's Shane Dorian scored a convincing victory over Association of Surfing Professionals defending world champion Mark Occhilupo to clinch the Billabong Pro title today.

Dorian, who earned $15,000, moved from eighth to fourth place on the ASP World Championship Tour.

Waves rock Wahine soccer

The University of Hawaii Wahine soccer team's weekend road trip to California got off to a bad start yesterday in Malibu.

Pepperdine rolled over the Wahine, 5-1, their worst loss since a 7-0 setback at Brigham Young in 1998. The match also saw UH's top two goalkeepers, Demarre Sanchez and Dana Ong, injured.

Sanchez hurt her left knee in a collision with a Waves striker and was taken to a local hospital. Ong hurt a kneecap taking a free kick.

Freshman midfielder Liz Lusk finished the game in goal.

Kate Desmond scored twice and had two assists for the Waves.

Jennifer Starsiak scored the lone UH goal.

Hawaii's trip ends with a match at UC Santa Barbara tomorrow.

Na Koa speakers lineup

University of Hawaii offensive line coach Mike Cavanaugh and special teams coach Dennis McKnight will be the featured speakers at the Na Koa Football Club's Monday meeting in the Stan Sheriff Center hospitality room.

The function is open to the public. Lunch starts at 11:30 a.m.

Jones, Lempa at QB Club

Coach June Jones and defensive coordinator Kevin Lempa of the University of Hawaii football team will speak at Monday's meeting of the Honolulu Quarterback Club

Also speaking are John Fink, president/ general manager of KHNL-TV, and Waialua High football coach Don Capello.

The luncheon begins at 11:30 a.m. at the Pagoda Restaurant.

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