Seawolves sweep Sea Warriors
Hawaii Pacific dropped a baseball doubleheader to Sonoma State yesterday, losing 4-2 and 15-1 at Rohnert Park, Calif.
Robert Walden broke up a 1-1 tie in the first game with a two-run double in the bottom of the sixth inning. Maui's Vance Otake hit a grand slam in the second game for the Seawolves, who have won 14 in a row.
The two teams will conclude their five-game series today with another doubleheader beginning at 9 a.m.
Chaminade softball team blanked
Tracy Motzny tossed a two-hit shutout without walking any batters and Natalie Galletly homered to lead Humboldt State past Chaminade 8-0 in a college softball game yesterday at Turlock, Calif.
Sophomore Brandi Sasaki and freshman Caila McEachen were the only Silverswords with hits.
Chaminade dropped to 7-22.
Liu leads BYU-Hawaii to another win
Jing Jing Liu won both her singles and doubles matches yesterday to help lead the No. 1 ranked Brigham Young-Hawaii women's tennis team past fourth-ranked Valdosta State 5-1 yesterday in Pensacola, Fla.
The Seasiders defeated their third ranked team in as many days and improved to 21-0. They face No. 20 St. Edwards today at 9 a.m.
» Things didn't go as well for the 14th-ranked Brigham Young-Hawaii men's tennis team, which fell to No. 13 UC San Diego 6-3 yesterday.
Seasiders capture golf match
Brigham Young-Hawaii's Kyle Kunioka shot the top individual score with a 1-over 73 yesterday, and the Seasiders defeated both Chaminade and Hawaii Pacific in a golf tri-match in Laie.