BYU-Hawaii tops Chaminade in overtime
Eric Boyce nailed a 3-pointer to tie the game with 3 seconds remaining in regulation then scored five points in overtime in BYU-Hawaii's 93-89 win over Chaminade last night in Laie.
Guard Zack Whiting played a dominant game from the perimeter for Chaminade (13-8, 5-4 PacWest), finishing with 35 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds.
Lucas Alves scored 24 points and Tai-hao Wu added 22 for BYU-Hawaii (17-5, 9-1).
» HPU's Ryan Walker hit a 3-pointer from just inside the midcourt line to give the Sea Warriors (8-12, 2-7) a thrilling 65-64 win over UH-Hilo (8-14, 5-5) at Kaiser High School.
Walker, a junior from Colorado, finished with 13 points for HPU, while Vince Alvarado and Rashad Bilal scored 16 points apiece to lead the Vulcans.
» Latoya Wily scored 24 points on 10-for-17 shooting and grabbed 17 rebounds in BYU-Hawaii's (10-10, 8-2 ) 74-47 win over Chaminade (3-15, 2-7).
Katherine Carlisle led three Silverswords in double figures with 15 points and added four steals. BYU-Hawaii converted 45.1 percent of their field goals while Chaminade struggled to shoot 30.6 percent for the game.
» UH-Hilo (4-14, 3-7) defeated Hawaii Pacific 83-59 in PacWest play at Kaiser High School.
Krystlelyn Omlan scored 13 points for the Vulcans and Constance DeCaires scored a career-high 18 points for the Sea Warriors (1-20, 1-8).
Kansas routs UH-Hilo, 10-1
University of Kansas second baseman Ryne Price drove in three and hit a home run to help propel the Jayhawks over the Vulcans, 10-1.
Sophomore left-hander Andy Marks got the win for Kansas (4-0), surrendering only three hits over six innings and striking out six.
Matt Haasenritter led UH-Hilo (0-8) at the plate going 3-for-4 with an RBI.
No. 5 Hawaii defeats Indiana, falls to No. 2 UCLA
The Rainbow Wahine water polo squad handled the Hoosiers (3-2), 12-5, at the Stanford Invitational in Palo Alto, Calif.
Kelly Mason tallied her second hat trick of the season to lead Hawaii. Emily Cox and Angela Turnbull each scored two goals for the Wahine.
Second-ranked UCLA defeated No. 5 Hawaii 12-4 in the nightcap of the first day of the Stanford Invitational. The Bruins took control of the match in the second and third quarters, combining to outscore the Rainbow Wahine 7-0 to take a 9-3 lead heading into the final period.
Vulcans sweep Arkansas-Monticello
UH-Hilo (3-0) claimed both games in a doubleheader against Arkansas-Monticello (0-3), winning 7-6 and 12-4 in Hilo.
In the first game, Vulcans catcher Brittany Dock doubled to center field with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning to score pinch runner Glennis Rodrigues.
In game two, the UH-Hilo softball team scored five runs in the fifth inning and six runs in the sixth as the game was stopped due to the mercy rule.
Vulcan shortstop Charity Senas drove in four runs, going 2-for-3 with two home runs.