Moore captures Roxy Pro trials
Hawaii's Carissa Moore scored the only perfect 10 yesterday to win the final of the Roxy Pro trials surf competition at Coolangatta, Australia.
Moore, last year's Roxy Pro runner-up, opens against reigning ASP women's world champion Stephanie Gilmore in her first-round heat today.
Wahine win 2 at WAC swim meet
Emma Berry and Emma Friesen both won their events, giving the Hawaii women's swimming and diving team two victories yesterday at the Western Athletic Conference championships in San Antonio.
The Rainbow Wahine (200 points) are in third place with two days of competition remaining. Nevada leads with 246, with Northern Arizona second at 236.
Berry took first in the 500-yard freestyle in 4 minutes and 54.71 seconds, 5 seconds ahead of the field.
In the 1-meter diving, Friesen finished with 309.80 points, 12 points better than her nearest competitor.
Warrior golfers tied for 18th in Burns
Led by Kyle Walters' 67, the Hawaii men's golf team moved into a tie for 18th going into today's final round of the John A. Burns Intercollegiate tournament at Leilehua Golf Course.
Walters, at 140 over two rounds, was tied for 25th, six strokes behind co-leaders Stephen Hale of Cal and San Diego State's Johan Carlsson.
Auburn leads the 21-team event with a 551, followed by UNLV (554) and Texas A&M (555). Hawaii and New Mexico are at 582.
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Lee earns weekly baseball honor
Danny Lee, a senior third baseman for Hawaii Pacific, was named the Pacific West baseball player of the week.
Lee, a Saint Louis product, led the Sea Warriors to a 6-0 record last week, hitting .500 in going 12-for-24. He drove in four runs and scored four times with an on-base percentage of .692 in wins over Cal State Dominguez Hills.
Although the PacWest currently does not sponsor baseball, the conference has decided this season to recognize achievements by its member schools that play the sport -- HPU, Hawaii-Hilo, Grand Canyon and Dixie State.
Seasiders beat Chaminade in tennis
The top-ranked Brigham Young-Hawaii women's tennis team won its 64th consecutive match yesterday when sweeping Chaminade 9-0 in Laie. The Seasiders didn't drop a set in winning their 297th out of their last 299 outings.
Missouri-St. Louis tops Hawaii Pacific
Missouri-St. Louis rallied from a 5-0 deficit to defeat Hawaii Pacific 7-5 in a nonconference baseball game yesterday at Hans L'Orange field. Spencer Omalza went 2-for-3 and drove in two runs for the Sea Warriors (6-1).