Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Wednesday, November 11, 1998

UH’s Nishikawa
first-team pick in
WAC soccer galaxy

Senior striker Tricia Nishikawa of Hawaii was named to the All-Western Athletic Conference Pacific Division soccer first team yesterday.

Nishikawa, a Mililani High grad who went on to become the top scorer in UH history, is the first Wahine offensive player to be named All-WAC.

She was the WAC's sixth highest scorer this season with 23 points.

Also named to the Pacific Division first team was junior defender Momi Aiu of San Jose State, a Kailua High School grad.

SIERADZKI FOUR BACK: Henry Sieradzki, representing the Aloha Section PGA, shot a 75 yesterday in the Zevo-PGA Assistant Professional Championship in Port St. Lucie, Fla.

An assistant pro at Kaneohe Klipper, Sieradzki trails Kevin Boscamp, Kevin South and Kyle Marsh, who finished with 71s at the PGA Golf Club South Course during gusty conditions.

The 72-hole tournament ends Friday with the low 25 scorers and ties earning an exemption into the second stage of the 1999 PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament.

HONORS TO HARRIERS: Cross-country runners Jennifer Bonny of BYU-Hawaii and Elinor Klang of Hawaii Pacific are PacWest Academic All-Conference first-team selections, Alethea Rebman of Hawaii Pacific is a women's second-team pick and HPU's Ryan Drobnick and Chaminade's Damien Lorentz are on the men's second team, the conference announced yesterday.

WINDSURFING FINAL SET BACK: The Swatch Aloha Wave Classic championship showdown between windsurfers Dave Kalama of Maui and Jason Polakow of Australia was postponed yesterday because of flat conditions at Ho'okipa Beach on the Valley Isle.

See line scores and results in
the [Scoreboard] section.

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