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Star-Bulletin Sports

Tuesday, May 16, 2000

R A I N B O W _ B A S E B A L L


Wakakuwa, Snider
named Rainbows’ most
outstanding players

Star-Bulletin staff


Kenn Wakakuwa and Rich Snider received the top honors at the University of Hawaii baseball team banquet last night.

Wakakuwa was named the Most Outstanding Player. The senior catcher/infielder led the Rainbows in runs scored (38), hits (69), home runs (2) and total bases (82).

Snider was named the Most Outstanding Pitcher. The senior right-hander led the starters with a 3.98 earned run average while compiling a 6-9 record.

Senior shortstop Rory Pico was awarded the Most Inspirational award on a vote by his teammates.

Pico also was presented with the GTE Beyond the Call award and shared the Outstanding Defensive Player award with third baseman Patrick Scalabrini.

Scalabrini, a junior, also earned top first-year player honors after batting .289 with 31 runs batted in.

Senior Jamie Aloy won the batting title (.342), junior Danny Kimura led the Rainbows in RBIs (43) and senior Sean Takamori was the top base stealer (31).

Aaron Pribble, with a 3.9 grade point average, was named the scholar athlete.

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