Kessell perfect for Hawaii Pacific
Courtney Kessell threw a perfect game over five innings and the Hawaii Pacific softball team swept a doubleheader against Wisconsin-Stout yesterday in Kaneohe.
Kessell struck out nine batters and drove in a pair of runs for the Sea Warriors in a 8-0 win shortened by the mercy rule. Sherise Musquiz limited the Blue Devils to two hits in the second game, won by HPU 10-0.
Toyama takes state stroke play title
Travis Toyama shot a final-round 69 to win the Hawaii State Amateur Stroke Play Championship yesterday at Pearl Country Club.
Toyama finished the tournament 1 over par to win by eight strokes over Neal Takara and Chris Igawa. Toyama's 69 was the only round under 70 in the four days of the tournament.
Razorbacks edge Hawaii in tennis
No. 33 Arkansas got past Hawaii 4-3 in a men's tennis match yesterday at the UH Tennis Complex.
Dennis Lajola, Andreas Weber and Sascha Heinemann swept the No. 1 through No. 3 singles matches for the Rainbow Warriors (2-8), but Arkansas' Dmitry Lebedev, Christopher Nott and Bradwin Williams won the next three singles matches for a 3-3 split.
In doubles, however, the Razorbacks (10-6) won two of three matches to take the doubles point and the match.
Rainbow Wahine get fifth win in row
Fifth-ranked Hawaii extended its winning streak to five matches with a 15-9 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation water polo victory over Cal State Northridge yesterday at the Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Complex.
Angela Turnbull had a match-high five goals for the Wahine.
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Toreros rout Vulcans in baseball
San Diego cracked 24 hits and pitchers Klye Blair and Scott DeNault held host Hawaii-Hilo to two hits in a 15-0 college baseball victory yesterday at Wong Stadium.
The Toreros (12-7) got off to a fast start with four runs in the first and five more in the second. Blair went eight innings for the win.
Hawaii-Hilo dropped to 7-10.
Sea Warriors drop Hilltoppers in Texas
Hawaii Pacific defeated St. Edward's University (Abilene, Texas) 8-1 yesterday in Austin, Texas.
Ingrid Cseh, Lauren Shin, Tanka Mihova and Nina Mihova all won both singles and doubles matches for the Sea Warriors (8-3).