UH, Oregon State set '08 date
Hawaii has not finished working on its 2007 football schedule, but the Warriors have added another nonconference road game for 2008.
UH will play at Oregon State on Sept. 13, 2008, two weeks after a game at Florida. The Warriors also have a home game set for Nov. 29 against Washington State. The OSU-Hawaii game is listed on the Beavers' future schedules on their Web site. Hawaii can schedule two more nonconference games for next season.
Athletic director Herman Frazier said he is still working on adding a 13th and final game for 2007. He said he is in contact with "five Division I-A" teams, according to a UH spokeswoman.
Hawaii's Turnbull top newcomer
Hawaii freshman Angela Turnbull was named 2007 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation women's water polo newcomer of the year yesterday after a vote by MPSF coaches.
Turnbull was third on the team in goals scored with 47 for the season and tied teammate Lisa van Raalte for the Rainbow Wahine lead in the MPSF tournament with 13. Turnbull has played in the Australian Women's National League and was on the Australian national under-20 team.
The Rainbow Wahine ended their season at 17-10 after losing to USC in the MPSF's third-place game.
UCLA's Kelly Rulon was MPSF player of the year and Stanford's John Tanner was coach of the year.
HPU men win upset, BYUH women roll
No. 21 Hawaii Pacific upset No. 12 Brigham Young-Hawaii in men's action and the Seasiders women beat Hawaii-Hilo in an 8-0 sweep to stay unbeaten for the season yesterday in NCAA Division II West Regional tennis at Laie.
The BYUH women are now 29-0 for the year and qualified for the round of 16 in the Division II national tournament. The Vulcans already beat Cal State L.A. 5-3 in the opening round.
The Seasiders men end their season at 12-4 after HPU got wins from Henrik Bode, Mark Mestan, Anton Samuilau and Jan Hoch, and a Samuilau-Frank Godinet win at No. 2 doubles to pull out the 5-2 win. The Sea Warriors also advanced to the round of 16 in Division II men's play.
At Central Oahu Regional Park, the HPU women also advance to the NCAA Division II round of 16 with a 5-1 win over UC San Diego.
Palolo boxing show set for May 12
A card of eight to 10 bouts featuring boxers from Oahu, Maui, Kauai and the Big Island is set for May 12 at Palolo District Park. The event will serve as a fundraiser to help the Hawaii Boxing Team travel to the U.S. Championships in Colorado Springs, Colo. Top winners from that tournament go on to the Olympic Trials.
Admission is $10 and bouts start at 6:30 p.m.
Fuller an honorable-mention pick
Aaron Fuller (Kamehameha '02), a junior second baseman for Graceland University, received honorable mention notice on the 2007 Heart of America Baseball All-Conference team.
Batting in the No. 2 spot, Fuller hit .322 (49-for-152) and was second on the team with 34 runs.
Fuller committed only five errors for a .972 fielding percentage and had a team-high 99 assists.