Seasiders stop Western Washington
Brigham Young-Hawaii point guard Paul Peterson hit four free throws in the final 13 seconds to lead the Seasiders to a 91-88 upset of No. 4 Western Washington in Laie on Saturday night.
The Vikings (1-1) knocked the Seasiders (1-1) out of the NCAA Tournament last year in the first round.
Peterson led BYUH with 20 points and added eight assists with just one turnover. Grant Dykstra led Western Washington with 25 points.
Odesnik wins Honolulu Futures
Wayne Odesnik celebrated his 20th birthday yesterday by beating Sam Querry 6-4, 6-3 to win the Honolulu Futures Tournament.
Marco Crugnola and Stefano Ianni beat Brendan Evans and Peter Stroer 1-6, 6-3, 7-6 (4) to take the doubles title.
» Petra Teller and Gurianna Korinihona upset Yulia Ustuzhanina and Tetyana Bula 6-1, 7-5 last night to win the Lanikai Bath and Body Women's Night Doubles.
Mimi Kennell and Lauren Fitzgerald beat Betsy Somerville Purpura and Laura Glitz 8-6 for third place.
Wang, Wiktorsson take platform titles
Hawaii divers Rui Wang and Mats Wiktorsson won platform titles yesterday at the Indiana Collegiate Invitational at Indiana University.
Wang scored a 319.45 while Wiktorsson received 367.6 points.
QiongJie Huang finshed fifth and Megan Farrow came in eighth place.
Amateur Hamamoto wins Hawaii State Open
Hilo's Jarett Hamamoto won the open division of the Prince Resorts Hawaii State Open on the Kohala Coast yesterday.
Hamamoto shot a 4-under par 212 to beat defending champion Chad Saladin by one stroke and become the first amateur to win the event since Wendell Kop in 1982.
Dean Prince of Lahaina won the senior division with a three-day total of 215, beating Kirk Smith by 11 strokes. Waiakea senior Christine Kim (227) topped the women's field by seven strokes over Leilehua's Britney Choy.