Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Monday, February 4, 2002

HPU splits softball
season opener

Hawaii Pacific split a softball doubleheader with Augustana at HPU's windward campus yesterday.

The Sea Warriors lost the first game 3-2 but won the second game by the same score.

Malia Sullivan went the whole way in the first game for the Sea Warriors, losing even though she only gave up one earned run. Jessica Parra salvaged the split for the Sea Warriors, pitching seven innings and giving up two runs.

Left fielder Kristin Fujii scored two runs and shortstop Brandy Choy Foo hit a solo homer.

Aztecs shut out Vulcans to close out series

Hawaii-Hilo continues to have trouble scoring runs, getting shut out by San Diego State for the third time yesterday.

The Vulcans lost to the Aztecs 6-0 at Francis Wong Stadium, dropping to 1-14-1 while SDSU improved to 4-1.

Hilo was held to three hits by SDSU starter Rob Harrand, who went seven innings and did not allow a walk. Kaliko Oligo, Nalei Sooto and Ryan Honohano had the hits for the Vulcans.

James Onaga of the Vulcans gave up five runs in five innings in his first collegiate start.

State boys soccer starts Wednesday

Top-seeded Mililani begins defense of the state championship in boys soccer at War Memorial Stadium in Maui on Thursday against the winner of Wednesday's Kapaa vs. Campbell game.

The undefeated Trojans get a bye along with Baldwin, Kamehameha and Hilo.

Wednesday's first round matchups are St. Joseph vs. Moanalua at 1:30 p.m., Kaiser vs. Kealakehe at 3 p.m., Kapaa vs. Campbell at 5:30 p.m. and Seabury Hall vs. Castle at 7:30 p.m. All championship bracket will be at the War Memorial.

Hawaii Pacific runners dominate Chapson 8K

Nina Christensen and Christian Madsen each won the Harold Chapson Memorial Diamond Head 8K run yesterday, giving Hawaii Pacific a sweep.

Christensen beat Hawaii's Cheryl Smith by 26 seconds, finishing in 28:20. Lisa Blomme, Christensen's teammate, came in third with a time of 29:04.

Madsen negotiated the course in 25:18, beating second place finisher Jesse Williams by 38 seconds.

HPU's Abdesham Naji came in third, just under a minute after Madsen.

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

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