Hawaii volleyball team stays put in poll
The University of Hawaii volleyball team remained at No. 7 in the latest CSTV/AVCA Division I-II Coaches Top 15 poll released yesterday.
The Warriors (4-3) received 149 points and remained right behind Cal State Northridge (6-3) and UC Irvine (6-3), who are tied for fifth with 170 points.
Pepperdine (5-0) moved up two places into the No. 1 spot, overtaking Long Beach State (8-1), which fell to third. BYU (7-1) kept its No. 2 ranking.
Tigers roll over Rainbow Wahine in tennis
Pacific defeated Hawaii 7-0 in women's tennis yesterday in Stockton, Calif.
The doubles team of Chloe Bihag and Florence Wasko teamed to win Hawaii's only match, 8-3 over Clara Schumacher and Helen Schneider, but they didn't get a point for their effort.
The Rainbow Wahine also lost a match to the University of San Francisco, 6-1 on Sunday.
UH swimming, diving team to say goodbye to 8
The University of Hawaii swimming and diving teams will say goodbye to eight seniors in this Saturday's meet against Washington at the Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Complex.
The eight seniors swimming in their final home meet are David Abrams, Andrew Affleck and Thomas Winkler from the men's team and Jessica Affleck, Katie Clewett, QiongJie Huang, Jaclyn Rosen and Rui Wang from the 19th-ranked women's team.
The Western Athletic Conference women's championship meet is Feb. 22-25 in San Antonio, Texas. The UH men are an affiliate of Conference USA this year. The C-USA meet is Feb. 22-25 in Houston.
Honolulu Marathon early registrations soar
The Honolulu Marathon increased its early registrations over last year.
During the nine-day early registration period, 4,001 people signed up for the special $15 early fee for Hawaii residents and military personnel stationed here. Last year, 3,275 registered in the early nine-day period.
The previous high was 3,900 in 1994. The regular registration fee, starting yesterday, is $60.