Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Sunday, January 27, 2002

UH’s Dubrovin qualifies
for national championships

Konstantin Dubrovin qualified for the NCAA championships but could not give his team a win in its final dual meet of the season.

The Hawaii swimming teams lost to Washington at the Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Complex yesterday, with the women getting blown out 208-78 and the men falling short 163.5-130.5.

Dubrovin won two races in the meet, the 200- and 500-yard freestyle events, qualifying for the NCAA championship in the 200. He also took second place in the 100-yard freestyle.

Maggie Roberts and Michael Gowdy won both the 3-meter and 1-meter dives.

Seasiders get back to winning

Yuta Tabuse scored 16 points and added nine assists to lead Brigham Young-Hawaii to a

82-80 conference win over Chaminade in Laie last night.

Scott Salisbury was the recipient of most of Tabuse's gifts, shooting 10-for-14 from the field for 23 points. Alexus Foyle contributed 18 points.

Igor Beljanski led the SIlverswords (10-8, 3-3) with 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. Mike Donegan scored 14 points and pulled down 11 rebounds for the SIlverswords, who lost despite out rebounding the Seasiders (12-7, 3-3) 51-23 because they were forced into 18 turnovers.

Aloha United ties in oldies World Cup

Aloha United tied Vogtland of Germany 1-1 Friday to finish in eight place in the 16 team, 45-and-over division of the Supa Oldies World Cup Soccer Tournament being held at Dunedin, New Zealand.

Vogtland pressured Aloha United in the first half, creating several good scoring opportunities, but defenders Pete Gaskell, Vic Peters, Kevin Smith and Jim Mitten were up to the task of keeping the ball out of the net.

Wendell Staszkow put Aloha United ahead 1-0 at the 75-minute mark when he scored on a 16-yard, looping shot.

Vulcans knock out Alumni in 5 innings

Hawaii-Hilo's Taysha Anderson and Kristine Kahoalii combined on a five-inning shutout of the school's alumni in a 10-0 win at Hilo yesterday.

Clarresa Asuncion and Nancy Vega each had a pair of hits for the Vulcans, with Asuncion collecting two runs batted in.

Kristy Odamura had the Alumni's lone hit.

Islanders asking for help from abroad

The Hawaiian Islanders arena football2 team will be working out the Pacific Rim's best prospects at a camp during Pro Bowl week, Feb. 4-8.

The camp is offered to non-U.S. citizens from the Pacific Rim countries of Japan, New Zealand, Australia, Samoa, Tonga and Fiji. Registration for the camp is free and transportation from the airport is available.

To register call 532-7362.

Bike all day and night at 24 Hours of Tantalus

Island Triathlon & Bike will be holding a 24-hour bicycle race around Tantalus beginning today at 10 a.m.

A base camp will be set up at the Hawaii Nature Center with a scoreboard, individual team tents, live music, food and more. An awards ceremony will be held at Brew Moon microbrewery Tuesday.

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

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