Hawaii Beat

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Seasiders to meet Vulcans in PacWest tennis

The top-ranked and top-seeded Brigham Young-Hawaii women's tennis team shut out Montana State-Billings 9-0 in the second round of the Pacific West Conference Tournament yesterday. It was BYUH's 94th straight win.

In other women's matchups, No. 2 seed UH-Hilo defeated No. 3 seed Hawaii Pacific 5-0 and Chaminade cruised by Western New Mexico 5-1.

The Seasiders play second-seeded UH-Hilo this morning at 8:30 for the conference championship, while Hawaii Pacific and Chaminade face off at 11:30 a.m. All matches will be played at the BYU-Hawaii courts.

Seasiders and Sea Warriors in men's championship: On the men's side, BYU-Hawaii defeated UH-Hilo 5-0 and will play Hawaii Pacific, which shut out Montana State-Billings 8-0.

The tennis powers will meet in the title match today at 11:30 a.m. The No. 1 Sea Warriors have beaten the Seasiders, who are the defending national champions, twice already this season.

UH-Hilo goes up against Western New Mexico at 8:30 a.m. Chaminade dropped one to Western New Mexico yesterday 4-3 and will play Montana State-Billings today at 2:30 p.m.

Vulcans split doubleheader with Hornets

Hawaii-Hilo pitcher Clay Daugherty limited Sacramento State to just a pair of hits as the Vulcans beat the Hornets 5-0 to end their 11-game losing streak.

Daugherty pitched to just three batters over the minimum and struck out a pair of batters.

Hilo (8-33) dropped the first game of the double header 4-2.

Islanders headline Quarterback Club meeting

Hawaiian Islanders head coach Cal Lee and quarterback Darnell Arceneaux will speak at Monday's meeting of the Honolulu Quarterback Club.

Joan Kealoha, a life member of the club, will join them at the podium.

Presentations will also be made for the March sports persons of the month. The male honoree will be University of Hawaii basketball player, Michael Kuebler. Dolly Wong, Kamehameha head cheerleading coach who led her team to two national and three state titles, was nominated as female sports person.

The buffet lunch begins at 11:30 a.m. with the program starting at noon at the Pagoda ballroom.

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