Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Thursday, April 19, 2001

Wahine still ranked 29th

Despite splitting six road games with ranked teams last week, the University of Hawaii softball team did not move up from 29th in the USA Today/NFCA poll.

Fresno State climbed from 15th to 14th despite losing two of four games to visiting Hawaii. A group of 27 coaches from around the country, including Fresno State's Margie Wright, vote in the poll.

UCLA, which received 21 first-place votes, remained at No. 1. Arizona is No. 2, and received the other six votes for the top spot.

Seasider basketball tournament field set

The Yahoo! Sports Invitational Tournament is set for Dec. 20-22 at the Cannon Activities Center on the Brigham Young-Hawaii campus.

The eight-team field includes Tulsa, St. Bonaventure, New Mexico State, Valparaiso, Navy, Montana, Columbia and BYUH.

BYUH volleyball player sets weightlifting records

Brigham Young-Hawaii women's volleyball player Diana West broke eight national records in her first competition at the AAU Hawaii State Powerlifting Championships.

West, a freshman at BYU-Hawaii, entered the teenage and women's open division at 148 pounds.

She broke the squat record on her first lift of 286.5 pounds and then followed up with two more lifts of 325 and 36334 pounds. She also set new deadlift records with lifts of 319.5, 336 and 347 pounds.

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