Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Saturday, February 2, 2002

Wahine schedule more
games at home in 2002

After logging thousands of travel miles in the 2001 season, Hawaii plans on spending more time at home next women's volleyball season.

Of 28 regular-season matches, only six will be away from the Stan Sheriff Center, and all but two nonconference matches will be in Honolulu.

Hawaii will be on the road for conference matches against Texas El-Paso, Southern Methodist, Nevada, Boise State, Fresno State, San Jose State, and for the Western Athletic Conference tournament in Reno, Nev.

Some of the opponents that highlight the Wahine schedule include defending national champion Stanford, UCLA, Ohio State, Brigham Young, and Notre Dame.

Schremser leads UH list of academic honorees

Eight Hawaii athletes made the Western Athletic Conference All-Academic team for the fall semester. Erin Schremser, a senior soccer player, topped the list for UH with a 3.88 GPA in elementary education. Wanette Miyashiro (3.73) and Noelle Takemoto (3.43) also made the All-WAC list from the soccer team.

The remaining honorees are David Gilmore (3.59) and Robert Morgan III (3.39) from the football team, Diane Kohara (3.63) and Casey McGuire-Turcotte (3.31) from the cross country squad and Wahine volleyball player Jen Carey (3.33).

A student-athlete must have completed at least one academic year, compiled a 3.2 GPA and participated in half of the team's contests to be eligible.

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