Hawaii's McClure to play for U-20 title
Hawaii soccer player Nicole McClure will play for the Jamaican women's national team at the CONCACAF U-20 Championships, today through June 28 in Mexico.
McClure, a New York native, has dual citizenship and is eligible to play for Jamaica through her parents, both Jamaican nationals.
The sophomore goalkeeper, who was a part of the Rainbow Wahine's run to the Western Athletic Conference title last season, began training with the U-20 team earlier this month.
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Hawaii Pacific adds 3 to hoops team
Three guards have joined Hawaii Pacific for the 2008-09 women's basketball season, the school announced yesterday.
Monica Chock, Taylor Craig and Tiara Fernandez are the newest Sea Warriors.
Craig is a graduate of Beverly Hills High in Los Angeles, where she earned first-team all-league and all-state honors. She averaged 8.3 points and 7.0 assists per game.
Fernandez of Bedford High (Mich.) helped her team to a league championship last season and was an all-league honorable mention.
Chock of Aiea is a St. Francis School graduate who is transferring to HPU from Linfield (Ore.), where she played three seasons.