Becker, Neddo headline QB Club luncheon
Retired sportswriter Jim Becker and Phil Neddo, director of coaching for the national soccer champion Honolulu Bulls, are the featured speakers at tomorrow's Honolulu Quarterback Club meeting.
USA Masters track and field participants Rich and Joni Chin will also be at the podium. Punahou School volleyball player Spencer McLachlin will also receive his Sportsperson of the Month award for December.
The weekly meeting begins with lunch at 11:30 a.m. at the Pagoda Hotel. The program follows at noon.
Seniors lead UH swimmers past Washington
Eight seniors competing in their final home dual meet helped the Hawaii men's and women's swimming and diving teams past Washington yesterday at the Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Complex.
The Rainbow Warriors topped the Huskies 150-127, and the Rainbow Wahine won 150-143.
UH senior divers Rui Wang and QiongJie Huang set UH records in their respective events. Wang won the platform event with 335.48 points and Huang the 3-meter springboard with 375.97.
Seniors Jessica Affleck and Katie Clewett helped the Wahine with wins in the 1,000 freestyle and 200 breaststroke.
Senior Andrew Affleck won all three of his events (200 butterfly, 500 freestyle and 1,000 freestyle), and senior Thomas Winkler won twice (100 and 200 backstroke).
The UH women improved to 10-4, and the men are 5-6.
UH tennis team captures third in row
The Hawaii men's tennis team won its third straight match, overwhelming Gustavas Adolphus 6-1 yesterday at the UH Tennis Complex.
The Rainbow Warriors (3-3) lost their first three matches on the road, but have won three in a row at home.
The Gusties (Minn.), ranked No. 4 in NCAA Division III, picked up their lone point when John Kauss defeated UH's Jeff Fitch, 2-6, 6-2, 6-4.
Seasiders, Silverswords split doubleheader
Brigham Young-Hawaii and Chaminade split a softball doubleheader yesterday at Laie.
The Seasiders outlasted the Silverswords 11-10 in the first game, but dropped the second game 7-5.
Tess Haertling went 4-for-6 in the two games for Brigham Young-Hawaii, including a two-run homer in the opener.
Kristin Prokop had four hits and four RBIs for Chaminade in the two games.
>>Hawaii Pacific split its season-opening softball doubleheader against Arkansas-Monicello yesterday at the HPU Field in Kaneohe.
Dayna Barry scattered seven hits in the opener as the Sea Warriors won 3-2.
In the second game, HPU outhit the Cotton Blossoms 11-5, but stranded 11 runners on base.