Hawaii Beat
Star-Bulletin staff and wire reports

Rainbow Wahine lasso Aggies

Hawaii got wins from Lauren Fitzgerald, Sylvia Jaros, Justine Boutet, Paige Mainor and Kimberly Curtis in a 6-1 women's tennis victory yesterday at UC Davis.

» Hawaii men's player Ryan Sceats was named Western Athletic Conference player of the week after winning two matches last week.

» No. 2 seed Wesley Miller of Anaheim, Calif., and Amanda Fink of Calabasas, Calif., won boys and girls 18-under USTA national championships yesterday at Central Oahu Regional Park.

Hawaii's Brooke Doane and Christy Pagatpatan lost in the girls doubles final to Britney Larson and Kristen McVitty.

UH, SMU tied after Day 1 of WAC swimming

Hawaii and Southern Methodist ended the first day tied for the lead with 74 points at the Western Athletic Conference women's swimming and diving championship at San Antonio.

Hawaii's 200 medley relay team of Nicole Mackey, Katie Clewett, Mia Broden and Dena Quick broke the UH record in the event with a winning time of 1 minute, 41 seconds.

Nation's No. 1 leads Burns Intercollegiate

New Mexico's Spencer Lavin, Golfweek/Sagarin's No. 1 collegiate golfer, shot a 7-under 65 yesterday to take the individual lead at the 2005 John Burns Intercollegiate golf tournament.

Host Hawaii stood in 10th place and UH sophomore Pierre-Henry Soero shot 3 under, tied for 12th in the 22-team, 120-man field.

See line scores and results in the [ Scoreboard ] section.

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