Ah Mow-Santos, Hakala honored
Former Hawaii volleyball All-Americans Robyn Ah Mow-Santos and Lauri Hakala were named the Swiss National League's Players of the Year.
Ah Mow-Santos led her VBC Volero Zurich to the women's title.
Hakala and former Warrior Matt Carere helped Lausanne Université Club to the regular season title, the Cup Championship and the overall league championship. LUC trailed 0-3 against TV Amriswil in the best-of-seven title series, but rallied to win the final four matches.
Carere finished third in the men's voting.
Fukushima captures national title
Punahou senior Bryson Fukushima won the 115-pound national championship at the Brute Adidas Nationals tournament at the Kansas City Convention Center.
Along with Fukushima, seven other Punahou wrestlers earned All-America honors at the tournament, including three-time Hawaii high school state champion Daniel Chow. He placed second in the 148-pound division.
Punahou juniors Reid Oshiro (122 pounds), Maika Nagata (128), Bryant Fukushima (98) and Alex Wachi (122) and sophmores Jordan Ng (106) and Brian Dang (122) also received All-America honors.
Oshiro, a Hawaii high school state champ, finished in third place in his division.
The tournament included more than 500 high school athletes from 38 states.
Dates set for Hawaii volleyball camp
The Hawaii men's volleyball team announced the dates for its youth and adult summer camps yesterday.
The youth camp will be held July 14-17 from 1 to 5 p.m. and the adult camp will be July 14-18 from 6 to 9 p.m.
More information and application forms will be posted on the hawaiiathletics.com Web site, according to the UH athletic department.
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HPU rolls over Cal Poly Pomona in tennis
The Hawaii Pacific men's tennis team beat Cal Poly Pomona 7-2 yesterday at Pomona, Calif.
The Sea Warriors (16-0) were led by Hendrik Bode, who won his match in the first singles slot 6-1, 6-2.
In a women's match yesterday, the Sea Warriors (16-5) swept Cal Poly Pomona 9-0.