Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Friday, December 21, 2001

Barbosa is All-American
in Division III soccer

Senior defender Trisha Barbosa of Williams College (Mass.) has been honored as a first team All-American in Division III women's soccer by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.

Barbosa, a 1998 Punahou graduate, was a three-year starter and helped the Ephs to a 13-0 record in the New England Small College Athletic Conference this year and a trip to the second round of the NCAA Division III Tournament.

She led a defense that gave up less than a goal a game.

Williams coach Lisa Melendy, also a Punahou graduate, retired at the end of the recently completed season with a career record of 195-55-1. She coached 19 All-Americans in 17 seasons.

Hawaii Pacific cruises past Dominguez Hills

Hawaii Pacific won handily for the second consecutive night, beating Cal State-Dominguez Hills 78-54 at the Blaisdell Arena.

Nash Subotic paced the Sea Warriors (7-3) with 17 points and Nate Block pulled down 10 rebounds.

HPU shot only 38 percent for the game, but made eight 3-pointers.

Kevin Blunt scored 17 points for the Toros (1-6).

On Wednesday night, Subotic had 28 points and 11 rebounds to lead the HPU over Cal State-Monterey Bay 94-70.

Point guard Nic Walters poured in a season-high 19 points and dished out five assists.

The Otters (4-10) were led by Rocky Steryo's 23 points.

Giants' Williams to sign autographs in Aiea

Jerome Williams, the San Francisco Giants' No. 1 pick in 1999, will be signing autographs today from 5-7 p.m. at Collectible Treasures in the Aiea Shopping Center.

There will be a $2 donation, which will be given to a charity designated by Williams, who is a graduate of Waipahu High School.

See line scores and results in
the [Scoreboard] section.

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