Hawaii Beat

Star-Bulletin Staff

Vulcans force meeting with Seasiders

Karl Moritz, Staffan Moritz and Francisco Jung swept their singles matches and the Hawaii-Hilo men's tennis team advanced into the second round of the Pacific West Conference championships yesterday in Laie.

The Vulcans beat Montana State-Billings 6-0 and will play second seeded Brigham Young-Hawaii today.

The Seasiders beat Western New Mexico 6-0 without losing a set.

Hawaii Pacific went untested in the first round of the tournament, rolling over Chaminade 5-0.

The top-seeded Sea Warriors will take on Montana State at 8:30 this morning, followed by Chaminade and Western New Mexico at 11:30 a.m. The BYUH vs. UH-Hilo tilt is scheduled for 2:30 p.m.

BYUH women win No. 93: The BYUH women's team won its 93rd straight match in the PacWest women's championships at Laie, crushing Western New Mexico 7-0.

The Seasiders, who are the top-ranked team in the nation, did not lose a set in the singles portion, with Jing Jing Liu, Anna Lewis, Judy Weng and Trisha Piercy beating their opponents 6-0, 6-0. BYUH also won all three doubles matches, with only Weng and Amy Sun giving up a set.

Hawaii Pacific and UH-Hilo kept pace with the Seasiders on the first day, with the Sea Warriors roughing up Montana State-Billings 9-0 and the Vulcans running over a depleted Chaminade squad 5-0.

HPU and UH-Hilo will face off today at 11:30 a.m., followed by BYUH and MSUB. Chaminade plays Western New Mexico at 11:30 a.m. today.

Hawaii Golf Hall of Fame to add two new members

Mary Bea Porter-King and the late George Nahale Sr. will be honored as the 2004 inductees into the Hawaii Golf of Fame at an induction ceremony on April 26 at 11:30 a.m. at the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki.

The Hall of Fame was established in 1988 to commemorate the history of golf in Hawaii and honor individuals who have contributed to the game as players or through their services to golf.

Porter-King and Nahale Sr. will be the 57th and 58th members inducted respectively.

Makeup date for UH baseball scheduled

The March 13 baseball game between Hawaii and Hawaii Pacific that was postponed has been rescheduled for May 4, at 6:35 p.m. at Les Murakami Stadium.

Ticket stubs from the March 13 game will be honored for the May 4 game.

The game is scheduled to be aired on radio only.

Hayashi feted at judo tournament

Keith Hayashi was recognized for his certification as an international referee at Sunday's monthly 50th State Judo Association tournament at Salt Lake District Park.

Hayashi holds the highest judo-referee certification in Hawaii. He was certified as an International Judo Federation referee when officiated at the recent Pan American Judo Union tournament in Puerto Rico.

The 50th State Judo Association will host the USJF junior national championships July 3-4 at Blaisdell Arena with more than 1,000 competitors expected from the U.S., Japan and Canada.

For more information, contact Dan Terada at 224-0325. The Web site is

10th annual Ed Wong Memorial Golf Tournament

The 10th annual Ed Wong Memorial Golf tournament will be held at the Hawaii Prince Golf Club on April 20. The fundraising event for the Warrior football team is in memory of Wong, who was one of the founders of Na Koa and a former president of the UH football booster club.

The format is a modified three-person scramble with an 11:30 a.m. start time.

Entry fee per individual is $175 or $525 per team. For more information or to register call Ben Yee at 542-8912.

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