Hawaii Beat

Star-Bulletin Staff

BYUH’s Hegedus
up for NCAA
athlete of the year

Brigham Young-Hawaii sophomore Adrienn Hegedus has been named the nominee for NCAA Division II Woman Athlete of the Year.

Hegedus was the only tennis player nominated after leading the Seasiders to a second consecutive national championship and a 37-0 record.

Individually, Hegedus was 31-1 in singles and 26-4 in doubles last year and has never suffered a loss by her team in her two-year career.

The nomination earned $1,000 for the BYUH athletic fund, which can grow to $5,000 if she is named the athlete of the year June 23 in New York.

Berger honored for academics

Hawaii runner Carolyn Berger was named to the Verizon All-District academic second team yesterday.

Berger, who competed for the Wahine in the steeplechase and hurdle events, compiled a 3.92 grade point average in political science.

Seasiders sign JUCO guard from Utah State

Michael Stowell signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Brigham Young-Hawaii.

Stowell is transferring from Utah State, where he averaged 1.5 points and 0.6 rebounds.

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