Vulcans tie for eighth in men's golf
BELLINGHAM, Wash. >> The University of Hawaii-Hilo men's golf team finished in a tie for eighth place at the Western Washington University Invitational held at the Bellingham Golf and Country Club yesterday.
The Vulcans had a team aggregate 875 to share the eighth spot with Grand Canyon. The University of Victoria (Canada) won the 12-team, 54-hole event with an 860, one stroke ahead of UC San Diego.
Medalist honors went to Shane Prante of Saint Martin's with a tournament-record 202. Western Washington's Chris Anderson was second at 204.
Leading the Vulcans was Nick Mason, who tied for 12th at 217. Colin Gililams was 14th (218), Garrett Okamura shared 17th (220), Tysen Shinaut tied for 22nd (221) and Kevin Shimomura was 56th (237).
Seasiders ranked 16th in water polo
The Brigham Young-Hawaii men's water polo team matched its highest ranking in the program's three-year history when the collegiate poll was released yesterday.
The Seasiders (5-3), who defeated No. 14 Air Force and No. 20 UC Davis last week, moved up two spots to No. 16. Remaining No. 1 in the poll is Southern California.
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