Hawaii Beat

Star-Bulletin Staff

Sea Warriors win first game

Aaron Abrams scored 29 points and grabbed 13 rebounds as Hawaii Pacific defeated Notre Dame de Namur 83-65 last night at Mid-Pacific Institute Gym.

Audrius Peciukas scored 17 points and grabbed 16 rebounds and Marvin Noble added 13 points for the Sea Warriors (1-7) who won for the first time this season.

Chaminade drops third straight

Alaska-Anchorage defeated Chaminade 86-72 Monday night at McCabe Gym.

The Seawolves rallied from a 46-33 halftime deficit and were led by Peter Bullock who scored 23 of his 28 points in the second half. Chaminade was led by Sam Henning and Roy Stigall who each scored 15.

The Seawolves improved to 8-2 while Chaminade fell to 1-3.

Chrisman named Player of the Week

BYU-Hawaii junior forward Jake Chrisman was named the Pacific West Conference Player of the Week this week for his performance against Notre Dame de Namur last weekend.

Chrisman scored 25 points in a 68-52 win over the Argonauts. He hit ten of 15 shots from the field, five of six from the free throw line, and added five rebounds as the Seasiders won their fifth straight game. Chrisman currently is second in the PacWest in scoring at 20.2 per game and second in field goal percentage at .575. He is the second Seasider honored so far this season. Shawn Opunui received the honor two weeks ago.

The Seasiders (6-2) host Baylor, Northern Illinois and San Jose State in the Surf 'N Slam-Hawaii Tournament Friday through Monday.

AJA League starts Sunday

The Oahu AJA Baseball League begins Sunday as the nine-team league starts its 96th season.

The league consists of players of Japanese ancestry who have participated in various levels of competition including high school, collegiate, professional and Japanese Professional leagues.

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