Low lights it up Down Under
Washington State guard and Iolani graduate Derrick Low led the Washington State basketball team in scoring in the first two games of the Cougars' six-game tour of Australia and New Zealand.
Low scored 20 points in an 80-55 win over New Zealand Breakers Academy last Tuesday, according to a post on the Washington State Web site. He then hit for 30 points on 10-for-18 shooting in an 85-84 loss to the Australian national team on Thursday, and chipped in 16 points in an 89-77 win over the Waratah All-Stars on Friday.
The Cougars have games remaining against the Sydney Kings today, the South Districts Spartans on Tuesday and Cairns Marlins on Wednesday.
Low was among 30 players to accept invitations to try out for USA Basketball's Pan-American Games team from July 12-14.
International Masters swim meet set
The fourth annual Hawaii International Masters Swim Meet is set for June 24 at Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center at Central Oahu Regional Park.
Swimmers ages 19 and up may enter up to five individual events and unlimited relays. Those not registered as USMS swimmers must include a registration form with their entries.
For information, contact meet director Al Minn at 261-5143 or e-mail email@example.com. Deadline is June 15.
North Shore Triathlon set for June
Entries are still being accepted for the June 17 Bikefactory North Shore Triathlon.
The event is comprised of a 400-meter swim, 10-mile bike race and 3-mile run and starts at Mokuleia Beach Park at 6 a.m. The cost is $85 for individuals, $120 for teams.
Entry forms are available at the Bikefactory, Boca Hawaii, 24 Hour Fitness, Surf & Sea in Haleiwa, and bike and running stores around Hawaii. For more information go to www.hawaiiswim.com or to register online at www.active.com.