Borreca helps Florida start 2-0
won the 50-yard freestyle race and was on the 400-yard medley relay team that won the opening event in 3 minutes, 19.37 seconds as the Florida Gators started the 2005-06 season with a 137-101 win over Virginia last Friday.
Borreca, a senior from Punahou, was timed in 21.08 in the 50 free.
Saturday, the Gators defeated the South Carolina Gamecocks 165-120 with Borreca the third swimmer on the 200-yard medley relay team that won in 1:33.84. He also scored points with a second-place finish in the 200-yard butterfly in a time of 1:52.72 and third in the 100-yard freestyle in 46.72.
Evan Duffin-Barnes, a sophomore from Kaiser swimming for the Gamecocks, placed second in the 100-yard butterfly with a time of 53.48.
In a dual meet between Boston College and Georgetown on Saturday, Kurt Zwald, a BC senior from Punahou, finished sixth in the 200-yard butterfly with a time of 2:11.31.
Hongzhe Sun (Iolani '03) won the 200-yard butterfly in 1:48.45 and Noa Sakamoto (Punahou '04) finished second in 1:54.44 to help the Stanford Cardinal beat Washington 111-94 Saturday.
Sakamoto also scored points when he came in second in the 1,000 freestyle in a time of 9:47.52.
Ueno wins unique golf tournament
Willamette freshman Whitney Ueno
won the South Four-Way Golf Tournament on Oct. 11 by shooting 80 in the event played on four different courses over five weeks. The Hilo graduate finished with a 269.
Ueno followed by winning the Northwest Conference Women's Fall Classic on Monday with a 72-75--147 on the par-72 Aspen Lakes Course in Sisters, Ore., 10 strokes ahead of Puget Sound's Emily Lau, a junior from Iolani.
Pacific University's Lauren Yoshimura, a freshman from Pearl City, shot 100-100--200.
Lindsay Hong had a two-round total of 159 to tie for 34th place in the Nittany Lion Women's Invitational at State College, Pa., on Saturday. She is a sophomore at Yale and a Punahou grad.
Bennett shines in blowout loss
scored the only touchdown for Clarement-Mudd-Scripps in a 37-10 loss to Pomona-Pitzer on Saturday. The 5-foot-7, 200-pound running back rushed for 42 yards on 13 carries and caught three passes for 20 yards. The Iolani graduate is averaging 5.8 yards per carry (323 on 56) and is tied for the team TD lead with four.
Chris AhSing, a redshirt sophomore running back for Whitworth, rushed for 64 yards on 15 carriers Saturday in a 46-27 win over Puget Sound. The Campbell graduate leads the NCAA Division III Pirates with 388 yards on 84 carries, a 4.6-yard average per carry. AhSing has scored two TDs.
Lake Forest leans on Kapolei's Honold
, a freshman from Kapolei, scored her fourth goal Saturday as the Lake Forest College Foresters (8-4-2 overall, 5-1-2 Midwest Conference) routed Illinois College 8-0.
The midfielder's third goal of 2005 was a game-winner on Oct. 8 as the NCAA Division III Foresters rallied for three scores in the second half for a 3-2 victory over then-undefeated Grinnell. Her unassisted goal came at 88:13.
A day later she suffered the first concussion of her career in a match against Beloit. She missed a match, but returned to action Saturday.
Hawaii judokas named to Pan Am team
Three athletes from Hawaii have been named to the USA Judo team that will compete in next month's Pan American Juvenile and Infantil Championships in Costa Rica.
All three are from the Shobukan dojo.
Selected to the juvenile team (born in 1991-1992) is Risha Mishima of Honolulu in the 48-kilogram class. Named to the infantil team (born 1993-94) are David Terao of Honolulu, 31kg, and Wahiawa's Ren Hirokawa, 38 kg.
The competition is Nov. 9-13.