Sea Warriors dominate
The Sea Warriors won both ends of the Hawaii-Hilo Invitational yesterday, with the men beating Brigham Young-Hawaii 18-55 and the women outrunning BYUH 23-62.
Sayuri Kusutani won her first collegiate meet to lead HPU's women. She ran a 18:34 to beat teammate and anchor Nina Christensen by 14 seconds. HPU's Janine Brown came in third.
Christian Madsen won his fifth straight PacWest race with a 27:20. HPU's Abdeslam Naji took second place 21 seconds behind.
BYUH's Thomas Jordan finished third to prevent the Sea Warriors from taking the top seven spots.
Silverswords sweep Mustangs to start 7-1At McCabe Gym, Kahala Kabalis scored 14 kills and had 11 digs to lead the Chaminade volleyball team to a 30-21, 30-26, 30-14 pasting of Montana State-Billings last night.
Aubrey Brady and Valasi Sepulona each had 10 kills for the Silverswords, while Olivia Munro led the Yellow Jackets with eight.
Garbelotti breaks Mustangs: At St. Andrew's Priory, Hawaii Pacific's Susy Garbelotti torched Western New Mexico for 19 kills in a 30-17, 30-27, 30-21 win.
Sandra Brunke was nearly as dangerous for HPU, putting down 15 kills, while Kimberly Tano scored 13 times for the Mustangs.
Preview of UTEP at Na Koa luncheonUniversity of Hawaii coaches Wes Suan and Vantz Singletary will give a preview of the road game against UTEP at Na Koa Football Club's luncheon tomorrow at the All Star Café.
Football coaches to speak at QB ClubCollege and high school football will be the topics at tomorrow's meeting of the Honolulu Quarterback Club.
Hawaii head coach June Jones, defensive backs coach Rich Miano, Kahuku coach Siuaki Livai and St. Louis coach Delbert Tengan will speak.