Warriors split on road in Canada
The Hawaii men's volleyball team went 1-1 on the first day of the Thunderball Tournament hosted by the University of British Columbia.
The Warriors swept New Brunswick, 25-18, 25-23, 25-23, but fell to UBC, 25-22, 25-22, 25-22. Hawaii concludes pool play today against a third Canadian team, Malaspina.
No statistics were kept. Unofficially, Steve Grgas had 14 kills in the loss to UBC, according to UH volleyball coach Mike Wilton.
» Tuli Peters had 16 kills and Faylynn Merrick added 13 as Brigham Young-Hawaii beat UH-Hilo last night in a PacWest volleyball match at Laie.
West Oahu takes out North Shore
Brian McFall drove in a pair of runs and Neil Jamison struck out three batters in the ninth as the West Oahu CaneFires beat the North Shore Honu at Hans L'Orange Park last night.
West Oahu improved to 4-5 with the win, gaining a game on the first-place Honu (6-4).
Ustyuzhanina loses in semifinals
Brigham Young-Hawaii's Julia Ustyuzhanina was swept by Tammy Kevey of West Florida 6-4, 6-1 in the semifinals of the Wilson/ITA Small College Championships at Fort Myers, Fla., yesterday.
Ustyuzhanina teamed with Ramona Husaru to take third place in the doubles tournament.
Silverswords shut out by Banana Slugs
Darren Smith made 12 saves but the Chaminade men's soccer team lost to UC Santa Cruz 5-0 yesterday in Santa Cruz, Calif.
Chaminade dropped to 0-10 in the first year of its program while the Banana Slugs improved to 13-1.