Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Friday, September 14, 2001

Wahine add Sacramento
State to November schedule

The Hawaii volleyball team has added a match to their schedule.

The Wahine will play Sacramento State on Nov. 20, following the Western Athletic Conference tournament in San Jose, Calif., which ends Nov. 18.

Hawaii will stay in California through the end of the week and play in the Banker's Classic at Pacific, Nov. 23-24.

Hawaii will not reschedule matches against Loyola Marymount and Brigham Young, which were canceled this week.

The Wahine play No. 20 Santa Clara next Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m.

Run to the Sun race on Haleakala canceled

WAILUKU >> The annual "Run to the Sun" up Haleakala tomorrow has been canceled, due to summit area closures and high security following the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, D.C.

The run had been scheduled to begin tomorrow morning and end at the summit of Haleakala.

Hilo to hold Relief Run for Red Cross tomorrow

The University of Hawaii-Hilo cross country program is hosting a Relief Run tomorrow, with proceeds going to the Red Cross.

The run starts at 7:30 a.m. at the UH-Hilo athletic complex parking lot. There will be a 2-mile walk and a 5K run.

Donations for the Red Cross will be accepted in lieu of an entry fee.

For more information, call Hilo cross country coach Jaime Guerpo at (808) 974-7704.

Players Cup polo match scheduled for Sunday.

The polo Players Cup is set for Sunday at Waimanalo field. The gates open at 1 p.m. and the match begins at 2:30 p.m. General admission is $3. Children under 12 get in free.

For more information, call 396-0494.



Andrea Wean, HPU senior: The 6-foot-2 middle blocker from Bellingham, Wash., was named PacWest Player of the Week for the first time in her career as she helped the Sea Warriors to a pair of victories over Hawaii-Hilo last weekend. Wean tied her career-high with 17 kills last Friday, then had 20 on Saturday. Wean leads the conference in attack percentage (.438), is tied for second in blocks per game (1.15) and rates third in kills per game (4.59).


Nina Christensen, HPU sophomore; Christian Madsen, HPU junior: Christensen, a former Division II All-American who took last season off, resumed her winning ways by taking the women's division at the first race of the season, the Chaminade Invitational, with a time of 17 minutes and 37 seconds. Madsen dominated the men's division of the same race at 26.40, finishing a full minute and seven seconds ahead of the second-place competitor.


Vanja Kalabic, BYUH freshman: The 6-3 driver from Belgrade, Yugoslavia, has been a scoring machine for the first-year Seasiders. He leads BYUH with 24 goals this season, including four to go along with three steals in the Seasiders' victory over Claremont on Tuesday.

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