Vulcans hammered in Dallas
Jimmy Crider homered and Michael Higa doubled and drove in two runs, but it wasn't enough as Hawaii-Hilo lost to Dallas Baptist 17-7 yesterday at Patriot Field.
Cody Montgomery and Brad Boles each homered and drove in four runs for the Patriots. Ryan Olszewski gave up seven runs and picked up the loss, dropping his record to 2-8 for the season. The Vulcans are 15-33.
Season ends for Warrior tennis team
Second-seeded Fresno State shutout the Hawaii men's tennis team 4-0 yesterday morning in the semifinals of the WAC tournament, ending the Warriors season.
Hawaii extended four of the six singles matches to a third set, but came up empty as the men were swept in the singles and doubles events. The Warriors lose four letterwinners off this year's team.
Morrison headlines QB speakers
Hawaii quarterbacks coach Dan Morrison and Gilad Jankowicz, from the Mr. Bodies in Motion television series, will speak at the Honolulu Quarterback Club tomorrow at the Pagoda Hotel.
Morrison will report on spring football, surprises and disappointments, and give predictions for this year's team. Jankowicz will promote a celebration of life for one of the oldest and fastest track stars who lived in Honolulu. Tomorrow's lunch begins at 11:30 a.m.
Bulldogs sweep Wahine
Robin Maokin tossed a four-hit shutout in the opening game and Christina Clark homered in game two to lead the Bulldogs to a sweep of the Wahine softball team 1-0 and 5-2 yesterday in Fresno, Calif.
Courtney Baughman was the tough-luck loser for the Wahine in game one, surrendering just five hits and one run in six innings. Hawaii jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the second game, but the Bulldogs rallied for four runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to pull off the sweep.