Oklahoma State leads going into final round
Defending champion Cameron Tringale fired his second consecutive round of 64 to take a one-stroke lead heading into tomorrow's final round of the University of Hawaii-Hilo Intercollegiate Golf Tournament.
The Georgia Tech sophomore sits at 12 under par, one stroke ahead of Oregon's Derek Sipe and two-strokes in front of Oklahoma State's Jonathan Moore.
In team competition, Oklahoma State stands at 27 under, four strokes better than Stanford and Georgia Tech.
University of Hawaii's Pierre-Henri Soero goes into the final round in 35th place at 2 under.
University of Hawaii-Hilo's Jonathan Hirata shot an even-par 70 to lead the Vulcans in the second round. Hirata is in 82nd place overall.
HPU's Doyle retires after 12 years
Hawaii Pacific men's soccer coach Frank Doyle retired after 12 years with the Sea Warriors. Doyle guided HPU to an 8-7-2 record in its return to the NCAA level following a six-year hiatus.
Doyle also served as the general manager and head coach of the Hawaii Tsunami in 1994, the inaugural year of the professional club.
» Six women soccer players, all from the state of Utah, signed letters of intent to play for BYU-Hawaii next season.
Natasha Aiono, BreeAnna Bowser, Caitlin Hansen, Kelsey Waite, Hailey McKee and Allisa Dayley represent five Utah high schools and have earned numerous all-state accolades.
BYU-Hawaii falls to Grand Canyon
Rosalyn Nelson led six Grand Canyon (16-4, 10-0 PacWest) players in double figures with 16 points and added eight assists and four steals to help the Lady Antelopes defeat BYU-Hawaii 86-56 in Phoenix.
The Seasiders (10-12, 8-4) were led by junior Latoya Wily, who finished with 22 points and seven rebounds.
» Rich Davis poured in 30 points, including five 3-pointers, and was a perfect 13-for-13 from the free-throw line to lead Grand Canyon (12-7, 8-2) over visiting BYU-Hawaii 78-67 and into first place in the conference.
Lucas Alves tallied his third double-double of the season for the Seasiders, finishing with 17 points and 10 rebounds.
» Rishi Kakad and Brandon Lee each scored 14 points to lead the Hawaii Pacific men's basketball team past Notre Dame de Namur 59-55 yesterday in Belmont, Calif.
» Notre Dame de Namur's Corazon Riley scored a game-high 21 points to lead the host Argos past Hawaii Pacific 69-62 yesterday in a PacWest women's basketball game.
Seasiders win first match of the season
No. 1 Brigham Young-Hawaii beat No. 5 Abilene Christian 8-1 in Laie yesterday to open their tennis season.
Julia Ustyuzhanina beat Holly Lindloff 6-0, 6-0 as all six Seasiders won their singles matches in sweeps.
BYUH faces UH-Hilo in Hilo today.