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COURTESY OF KO OLINA TRIATHLON
Ingrid Rolles won the Ko Olina Triathlon on Saturday, finishing in 1 hour, 32 minutes, 33 seconds.
Sullivan, Irons advance in Spain
Hawaii's Pancho Sullivan and Bruce Irons won their third-round heats yesterday to advance to the fourth round of the Billabong Pro Mundaka surf contest in Spain.
Andy Irons, a three-time world champion, who is in contention for a fourth world title, is scheduled to surf today.
» Hawaii's Megan Abubo defeated Heather Clark in the third round of the Havaianas Beachley Classic surf contest in Sydney, Australia.
Abubo, however, lost to Chelsea Georgeson in the quarterfinals of the World Championship Tour event.
Seasiders drop to No. 9 in volleyball poll
Brigham Young-Hawaii dropped one spot to No. 9 in the CSTV/AVCA Division II rankings released yesterday.
The Seasiders (13-0) are one of three undefeated teams in D-II. They defeated Notre Dame de Namur in California twice last week.
Cal State East Bay defeats Hawaii-Hilo
Cal State East Bay defeated Hawaii-Hilo 3-2 in women's soccer yesterday at Hayward, Calif.
Kehau Hagiwara and Kelly White scored for the Vulcans (4-5-1).
» Cal State Stanislaus beat Brigham Young-Hawaii 2-1 in double overtime yesterday in a nonconference match.
Jill Haar scored the lone goal for the Seasiders (7-3).
Sea Warriors sweep Argonauts
Hawaii Pacific swept Notre Dame de Namur 31-29, 30-21, 30-23 yesterday in Division II college volleyball in Belmont, Calif.
Barbara Martin had a match-high 20 kills for the Sea Warriors.
Menlo College Hall of Fame to induct Kane
Micah Kane will be inducted into the Menlo College Hall of Fame on Oct. 13 for his defensive prowess on the football field.
Kane, one of 11 inductees, played football for the Oaks from 1987 to 1991 and baseball in the 1990 and 1991 seasons.
He led the 1988 Oaks with 91 tackles, the sixth-best single-season total in program history. The 57 unassisted tackles he recorded during the 1988 season are the second most for the school in a single year.
Kane currently is the director of the state Department of Hawaiian Home Lands.
» Warren Arakaki, a Hilo High School graduate, is one of six former Pacific University athletes to be inducted into the Forest Grove, Ore., school's athletic Hall of Fame on Oct. 14.
Arakaki earned All-America honors as a second baseman in 1980 after leading the Northwest Conference with a then-school record .456 batting average. That same year, he was named to the NAIA's All-America Scholar Athlete Team and was a nominee for the United States Baseball Federation's Golden Spikes Award for the top collegiate baseball player in the U.S.
Arakaki was a three-time All-NWC first-team selection (1980 through 1982) and was twice named Pacific's most valuable player. He led the 1982 team with a .403 batting average.
Arakaki is a 1983 graduate of Pacific's School of Physical Therapy.