Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Theocharidis selected
AVCA Player of the Week

Hawaii outside hitter Costas Theocharidis was selected the American Volleyball Coaches Association's Player of the Week for guiding the Warriors to a 3-1 record last week.

Theocharidis, the reigning AVCA Player of the Year, averaged 5.31 kills, 1.62 digs and 1.15 blocks per game last week as Hawaii swept Cal State Northridge and split with UC Santa Barbara.

The Warriors are No. 3 in the latest AVCA poll.

AAU going to Japan to compete in karate

The International Karate Federation and Kick Start Karate will compete in Japan for the first AAU sanctioned tournament there next week.

The 20 local copmpetitors will join 100 teammates from the mainland in the All-Japan Goodwill Junior karate-do tournaments in Shizuoka March 24 and in Tokyo March 31.

The Hawaii students will be led by Lee Donohue and Chuzo Kotaka.

Oahu Tennis League signups end April 5

The Oahu Tennis league is now registering players for its spring season, with the deadline to sign up April 5.

The league is open to players of all skill levels, with six different divisions. The league awards prizes to the top two finishers in each skill level.

For more information, call the Oahu Tennis League at 254-3556.

Student night at Murakami Stadium

Students of the University of Hawaii will be admitted free to the Rainbows' game against San Jose State Friday.

In addition to the free pass, the first 100 fans wearing green will receive a free visor.

Flanagan scores 2 more for UCLA in water polo

Punahou graduate Maureen Flanagan scored two goals for the UCLA women's water polo team in the Bruins 12-5 destruction of San Diego State.

UCLA improved to 11-3, 5-1 in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation, and will play the Wahine at the Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Center April 4.

Hawaii sailers suffer rough weekend

The Hawaii coed sailing team finished 14th in the 20 team Truxton Umstead Intersectional and the women's team took 11th at the St. Mary's Intersectional last weekend. Both events were held in Maryland.

Bryan Lake and Jennifer Warnock were Hawaii's best finishers in the coed race, finishing 10th. Will Edwards was 10th in the single-handed races and Molly O'Bryan and Sarah Hitchcock teamed up to take fifth place in the women's intersectional.

Smith wins Hawaii's only event at Long Beach

Hawaii runner Cheryl Smith won the 5000-meter event at the Long Beach Classic last weekend.

Smith clocked a time of 17:08.22 in taking home first place. It was the second event in two days that she won. She also finished in first place at the Occidental College Distance Carnvial Friday in the 1,500-meter run.

Kobayashi, Medeiros win OIA golf tourneys

Christopher Kobayashi of McKinley and Earl Medeiros of Waianae won their separate divisions of the OIA Golf tournament at Makaha yesterday.

Ayumi Hori of Moanalua and Megan Sakamoto of Aiea won the girls tournaments.

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

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