Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Tuesday, April 3, 2001

volleyball No. 1

The University of Hawaii men's volleyball team moved into the top spot yesterday in the Volleyball magazine poll.

The Warriors (17-4), winning three of four matches on the road last week, traded places with Brigham Young.

Feldmann, Stubblefield win Scotch 4-Ball title

The team of Andrew Feldmann and Larry Stubblefield defeated defending champions Rodney Acia and Kevin Hayashi on the sixth playoff hole to win the Aloha Section PGA Big Island Candies Scotch 4-Ball Championship at Hapuna Golf Course yesterday.

Feldmann-Stubblefield shot a 72 yesterday to finish regulation at 5-under 139 under an alternate-shot format. Acia-Hayashi was the only team to go under par in the windy conditions, carding a final round 71--139.

Feldmann-Stubblefield parred the sixth playoff hole to earn $2,000.

Wichita State routs HPU

Designated hitter Bryan Erstad went 4 for 5, driving in three runs, to lead Wichita State to a 13-0 victory over Hawaii Pacific in a nonconference baseball game yesterday at Rainbow Stadium. The Shockers improved to 20-11 while the Sea Warriors fell to 16-19.

Van Osdol to emcee UH men's basketball banquet

Bill Van Osdol of KINE Radio FM 105 will emcee the University of Hawaii men's basketball banquet Thursday at the Hale Koa hotel.

Tickets, at $35 each, are still available. No-host cocktails are at 6:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 7:30. Call Bobbie Omoto at 956-7301 for more information.

Mililani, Pearl City win

Gainor Nitta struck out nine and helped his own cause with an RBI-single in the second as host Mililani shut out Leilehua, 3-0, in an Oahu Interscholastic Association makeup baseball game yesterday.

The Mules broke up Nitta's no-hitter with a squib single with one out in the seventh.

In another makeup game, Jonathan Serapion struck out seven in five innings of work and Blane Kagamida blasted a two-run home run to lead Pearl City over Waipahu, 12-4.

Gavin Concepcion's run-scoring double highlighted the Chargers' four-run first inning.

Linescores in Scoreboard.

Vulcans fall to Aztecs

Naomi Dzik's RBI-single in the fifth inning provided the game's only run as Pima College edged Hawaii-Hilo, 1-0, in an exhibition softball game yesterday at UHH field.

The second game was called after three innings due to rain.

BYUH tennis teams win

The top-ranked Brigham Young women's tennis team ran its winning streak to 93 straight yesterday as the Seasiders defeated Spring Hill College, 9-0, at Mobile, Ala.

BYUH is 26-0 on the year.

In men's play, the Seasiders defeated Spring Hill, 7-2, to improve to 22-1.

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

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