Hawaii trails at WAC swimming championships
Nevada holds a 556.5-483 lead over second-place Hawaii with only one day of competition remaining at the WAC swimming and diving championships in San Antonio.
Hawaii's Mia Broden won the 100 butterfly for the third consecutive year and teammate Bache Atkins took the 200 freestyle for the second straight year. Rainbow Wahine divers Megan Farrow, Emma Friesen and Raquel Bartlow took the top three places in the three-meter diving competition, respectively.
No. 4 Hawaii defeats No. 8 San Diego State 10-9
Fourth-ranked Hawaii got a late goal by Kristy Bagnall in the second overtime for a 10-9 water polo victory over eighth-ranked San Diego State in their home opener at Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Complex.
Kelly Mason and Lisa van Raalte scored two goals apiece for the Rainbow Wahine. Bagnall punched in three goals to lead all scorers.
UH-Hilo women's soccer signs 11
Eleven players have committed to play for the UH-Hilo Lady Vulcan soccer team, highlighted by three local standouts.
Carissa Calpo from Pearl City High School is a two-time OIA honorable mention defender. She joins midfielders Kealoha Kane, a UH-Manoa transfer, and Vanessa Butin from Moanalua.
The prize mainland recruit is San Diego's Rebecca Delany, a goalie for the premiere San Diego Surf Soccer Club.
Rainbow Wahine split softball doubleheader
The Hawaii Rainbow Wahine softball team split their two games yesterday afternoon at the Louisville Slugger Desert Classic in Las Vegas.
In game one, Hawaii fell to Cal State Fullerton 3-2 in a game that was dominated by Fullerton pitcher Jessica Doucette, who finished with six strikeouts while surrendering only five hits.
The Rainbow Wahine rebounded in game two to overpower Colorado State 9-5. Hawaii's Kaulana Gould and Richie-Ann Titcomb had three hits apiece and teammate Kate Robinson blasted two home runs.
Hawaii men's tennis team wins on road
Sacha Heinemann and Andreas Weber won their singles matches and Hawaii won four of six to beat Saint Mary's 4-3 yesterday in California.
Chad Faulk and Brent Hunter also won matches for Hawaii.