Wahine move past Michigan
Hawaii moved up a spot to No. 12 in yesterday's CSTV/AVCA Division I Coaches Top 25 poll.
The Rainbow Wahine (11-3, 5-0 WAC) continue Western Athletic Conference play this week at home against Nevada on Friday at 7 p.m. and Fresno State on Sunday at 5 p.m.
The top 10 remained the same, led by Nebraska (12-0), which received 50 first-place votes. Second-ranked Stanford (14-0) received the other 10 votes.
Perfect so far
Only five ranked volleyball teams are still unbeaten
| 1. Nebraska
| 2. Stanford
| 6. Florida
| 8. Washington
Berry is WAC's best of the week
Hawaii sophomore Emma Berry was named the Western Athletic Conference's Swimming and Diving Athlete of the Week.
Berry won five of the six individual events she entered last week, taking the 1,000 free, 500 free, 400 IM, 800 free and 400 free in a pair of dual meets against Arizona State.
Kona tennis team takes national title
A men's tennis team from Kailua-Kona captured the 2007 USTA League Adult 4.5 National Championship in Tucson, Ariz.
Kona defeated New Jersey 3-2 in the morning semifinal match, and then knocked out Massachusetts 4-1 in the championship tilt.
The members of the winning team are Lawrence Lowe, Jayme Depontes, Hector Mendoza, Dru Kanuha, Jerome Kanuha, Chris Wigen, Mark Deckwitz, Gifford Matsuoka, James Anderson and Lyle Kaneshiro.
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BYUH falls to Weber State in soccer
BYU-Hawaii's attempt at a second-half comeback fell short in a 1-0 women's soccer loss to Weber State in Laie.
Down a goal going into the second half, the Seasiders outshot the Wildcats 9-4 after the break, but were unable to find the net.
BYUH goalie Becky Ploeger had seven saves in the game, and freshman forward Sarah Welty led the Seasiders with three shots.
Hawaii-Hilo goes down in California
Hawaii-Hilo lost to Cal State East Bay 30-19, 26-30, 30-27 in a soccer match at Hayward, Calif., yesterday.
The Vulcans (9-5) were led by Josimara Pinheiro's 10 kills and Laura Rodriguez's 36 digs.
Cal State East Bay is ranked 12th in Division III.