Funeral for Durham tomorrow
The funeral service for former Hawaii athletic director Paul Durham will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Borthwick Mortuary.
Durham, who served as UH athletic director from 1968 to 1975, died Friday at age 93. He is a member of both the UH Circle of Honor and the Linfield College Athletic Hall of Fame.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the "Paul Durham Fund for the support of Athletics at Linfield."
Irons reaches semifinals in Chile
Andy Irons is the last Hawaii surfer left in contention for the title in the Rip Curl Search in Arica, Chile, after advancing to the semifinals yesterday.
Irons won his fourth-round heat against Kai Otton 17.10-11.17 in 4- to 6-foot surf. He then defeated Joel Parkinson 14.67-5.43 in the lone quarterfinal heat completed yesterday.
Hawaii's Fredrick Patacchia Jr. was eliminated in the fourth round, losing to C.J. Hobgood 13.34-4.60.
HPU soccer signs Argentine
The Hawaii Pacific University men's soccer team has signed Francisco Gianzanti, a midfielder from Western Nebraska Community College.
Gianzanti played his club soccer in Argentina and was an all-region selection as a sophomore at Western Nebraska.
College summer league opens
The annual College Summer Basketball League opens its season tomorrow at Manoa Recreation Center with games set for 6 and 7:30 p.m.
The league is comprised of six teams made up of current and former college players and high school athletes.
Games are scheduled for Thursdays and Saturdays through the championship game on Aug. 23. Admission is free.