Wahine fall to Aztecs in water polo
No. 4 Hawaii opened a seven-match road trip with a 10-7 loss at No. 5 San Diego State in Mountain Pacific Sports Federation women's water polo yesterday.
Junior Lisa van Raalte led the Rainbow Wahine (14-6, 7-3 MPSF) with three goals against the Aztecs (25-3, 7-2).
WAC track honors for UH's Custance
Hawaii junior pole vaulter Jessica Custance has been named the women's outdoor track and field athlete of the week by the Western Athletic Conference.
Custance placed fourth at last week's Stanford Invitational with a school-record and personal-best vault of 13 feet, 1 1/2 inches. She was the top collegiate finisher in the event and is the first Rainbow Wahine to clear that height.
Hawaii hosts an all-comers meet Saturday, the fifth in its six-meet Sunset Series, at Cooke Field. Registration begins at 1:30 p.m., with competition starting at 2 p.m.
Football coaching clinic offered by UH
Hawaii football coach Greg McMackin and his staff will conduct a football coaching clinic April 19 at the UH athletic complex.
The clinic is open to all football coaches, including high school and youth league. The cost is $10 and the event includes lunch and refreshments.
Registration begins at 8 a.m. Participants are invited to watch the Warriors' practice at 3:30 p.m.
For more information, call 956-6508 or e-mail email@example.com.
Wahine volleyball summer camps set
Hawaii women's volleyball coach Dave Shoji and his staff will hold four camps this summer for boys and girls.
The camps are June 19-22, July 20-23, July 24-27 and Aug. 4-7 and are open to boys and girls entering grades 4 through 12. The cost is $160.
For more information or a camp brochure, contact associate coach Kari Ambrozich at 956-2496 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The UH Web site (www.hawaiiathletics.com) also has information.
Seasiders remain unbeaten in tennis
Elwen Li and Maggie Deng, the No. 1 doubles team in NCAA Division II women's tennis, swept their match yesterday to lead top-ranked Brigham Young-Hawaii to a 9-0 win over Pacific West opponent Dixie State in St. George, Utah.
It was the 81st consecutive dual match win for the Seasiders, who improved to 21-0. BYUH swept all of its singles matches and dropped just two games in doubles.
» The Hawaii Pacific men's and women's tennis teams defeated host Azusa Pacific by identical 5-4 scores yesterday in Azusa, Calif.
The victory kept the NCAA Division II 10th-ranked Sea Warriors men undefeated at 17-0. The Sea Warriors women, ranked 22nd, improved to 17-5.
HPU sweep softball, baseball honors
Yesterday's PacWest weekly honors in both softball and baseball were an all-Hawaii Pacific affair as the Sea Warriors earned pitcher and player honors in both sports.
In softball, senior first baseman Nicole Kalakau hit .571 with four doubles and seven RBIs. Sophomore pitcher Sherise Musquiz was 2-0 with a 0.00 ERA.
In baseball, senior pitcher Kaimi Mead struck out six in Friday's 4-3 win over Hawaii-Hilo. Senior shortstop Michael Kealoha hit .500 in the five-game series with the Vulcans, scoring five runs and driving in three.