Warriors moving to stadium
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The grind of fall camp continues for the Hawaii football team, but the start of the season is coming into view.
The third and final full week of camp includes the Warriors coaching staff installing the game plan for the opener at No. 5 Florida, set for a week from Saturday in Gainesville. The Warriors also get acquainted with their home field with two closed practices scheduled for Aloha Stadium this week.
The Warriors are also anticipating the return of some players who've missed recent practices with injuries for this week's workouts. The team resumes preparations with two practices today on campus.
Wie undecided about Q-school
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Honolulu's Michelle Wie, using the last of her six LPGA Tour exemptions this year, tied for 12th at the Canadian Women's Open yesterday with a 3-under 285. She had rounds of 75, 70, 69 and 71.
The 18-year-old Stanford student said she hasn't decided whether to go to Q-school in a bid to earn an LPGA Tour card, but did pocket $36,475 at her final event of the year.
"I feel like I gained a lot of confidence in myself again this year," Wie said. "Being pain-free in the later part of the year, I started feeling confident. From May on, it's getting better and better and now in the offseason, I know what to work on for next year."
Hawaii bounces back in Legion regional
Dane Fujinaka drove in a run and Brett Haggerty stole home to lead Honolulu to an 8-4 win over New Mexico in the American Legion Western Region baseball tournament at Surprize, Ariz., yesterday.
Dylan Tawata earned the win in relief for Hawaii, which plays again today.
Moore outsurfs Quizon for title
Carissa Moore of Honolulu nipped Alessa Quizon by one point to win the One Love Surf Shop Sea Hawaii Girls Who Surf Pro Am at Kewalo Basin yesterday.
Moore earned $1,000 for her victory. Leinaala Hall won the novice division over Samantha Mah and Kayla Flores.