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Around the Nation: Tracking Hawaii's Athletes

By Billy Hull

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Nov 28, 2012

~~<p><strong>FOOTBALL</strong><br />
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&gt;&gt; UNLV linebacker <strong>John Lotulelei</strong> <em>(Baldwin &rsquo;09)</em> had seven tackles and two quarterback hurries, and defensive back <strong>Peni Vea</strong> <em>(Kealakehe &rsquo;11)</em> had four solo tackles and broke up a pass in a 48-10 loss to Hawaii at Aloha Stadium on Saturday. Lotulelei finished his senior season with 120 tackles.<br />
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&gt;&gt; Notre Dame linebacker <strong>Manti Te&rsquo;o</strong> <em>(Punahou &rsquo;09)</em> had five tackles and an interception, and <strong>Robby Toma</strong> <em>(Punahou &rsquo;09)</em> had two catches for 34 yards in Notre Dame&rsquo;s 22-13 win over Southern California to finish off a 12-0 regular season and earn a berth in the BCS National Championship game.<br />
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&gt;&gt; Brigham Young tight end <strong>Kaneakua Friel</strong><em> (Kamehameha &rsquo;07)</em> had two catches for 30 yards in a<br />
50-14 win over New Mexico State on Saturday. Quarterback <strong>Andrew Manley </strong><em>(Leilehua &rsquo;10) </em>was 13-for-24 for 158 yards and two touchdowns, and linebacker <strong>B.J. Adolpho</strong> <em>(Kahuku &rsquo;05) </em>had six tackles for the Aggies.<br />
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&gt;&gt; Oregon quarterback <strong>Marcus Mariota </strong><em>(Saint Louis &rsquo;11)</em> was 17-for-24 for 140 yards and a touchdown and ran for 85 yards &mdash; including a 42-yard TD &mdash; in a 48-24 win over Oregon State on Saturday. Freshman <strong>DeForest Buckner</strong> <em>(Punahou &rsquo;12)</em> assisted on two tackles for the Ducks, while <strong>Castro Masaniai</strong> <em>(Waipahu &rsquo;07)</em> had a solo tackle for the Beavers.<br />
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&gt;&gt; Utah linebacker <strong>V.J. Fehoko<em> </em></strong><em>(Farrington &rsquo;10) </em>had seven tackles and a sack in a 42-35 win over Colorado on Saturday. Defensive lineman <strong>Juda Parker</strong> <em>(Saint Louis &rsquo;11)</em> had two tackles and a quarterback hurry for the Buffaloes.<br />
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&gt;&gt; Washington State linebacker <strong>Cyrus Coen</strong> <em>(Pearl City &rsquo;11)</em> had five tackles, Chester Sua (Kaimuki &rsquo;11) had three and <strong>Taylor Taliulu</strong> <em>(Kamehameha &rsquo;12)</em> made one solo tackle in a 31-28 overtime win over Washington on Saturday. <br />
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&gt;&gt; Wyoming freshman linebacker <strong>Siaosi Hala&lsquo;api&lsquo;api</strong> <em>(Kaimuki &rsquo;12)</em> had a game-high 12 tackles and forced a fumble in a 42-28 loss to San Diego State on Saturday.<br />
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&gt;&gt; Eastern Michigan senior <strong>Bryan Pali </strong><em>(Kamehameha-Maui &rsquo;08) </em>made 11 tackles in a 49-7 loss to Northern Illinois on Friday.<br />
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&gt;&gt; Utah State safety <strong>Brian Suite</strong> <em>(Punahou &rsquo;10)</em> assisted on three tackles and <strong>Elvis Kamana-Matagi </strong><em>(King Kekaulike &rsquo;10) </em>assisted on one in a 45-9 win over Idaho on Saturday. Linebacker<strong> Robert Siavii</strong> <em>(Leilehua &rsquo;08)</em> had four tackles &mdash; including one for loss &mdash; and defensive back <strong>Solomon Dixon </strong><em>(McKinley &rsquo;11)</em> had two solo tackles &mdash; including one for loss &mdash; and an interception for the Vandals.<br />
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&gt;&gt; Washington (Mo.) junior cornerback <strong>Andrew Skalman</strong> <em>(&lsquo;Iolani &rsquo;10)</em> was named to the All-University Athletic Association first team last Wednesday. Skalman started all 10 games for the Bears and led the team with five interceptions and 19 passes defended &mdash; which was tops in the conference.<br />
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&gt;&gt; Southern Oregon receiver <strong>Justin Otaguro</strong> <em>(Roosevelt &rsquo;08)</em> had four catches for 60 yards in a 47-44 loss to Morningside College on Saturday in the quarterfinals of the NAIA championships.<br />
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<strong>MEN&rsquo;S SOCCER</strong><br />
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&gt;&gt; Louisville senior defender <strong>Brock Granger</strong> <em>(&rsquo;Iolani &rsquo;09)</em> played all 90 minutes of a 2-1 win over Northwestern on Sunday to help the Cardinals advance to the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament.<br />
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<strong>WOMEN&rsquo;S SOCCER</strong><br />
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&gt;&gt; Penn State junior <strong>Tani Costa</strong> <em>(Kalani &rsquo;09)</em> played 35 minutes off the bench in a 1-0 win over Duke as the Nittany Lions advanced to their first NCAA College Cup since 2005.<br />
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&gt;&gt; UCLA sophomore forward <strong>Caprice Dydasco</strong> <em>(Kamehameha &rsquo;11) </em>attempted one shot and played all 90 minutes in a 2-1 loss to Stanford in the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament on Friday.<br />
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&gt;&gt; Southwestern (Texas) senior goalkeeper <strong>Sarah Nonaka</strong> <em>(Punahou &rsquo;09)</em> was named second-team All-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference on Tuesday. Nonaka set school records for career saves and shutouts this season. She played in 19 games, allowing 29 goals for a 1.88 goals-against average. She had 82 saves and a .739 save percentage.<br />
<strong><br />
WOMEN&rsquo;S BASKETBALL</strong><br />
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&gt;&gt; Washington State freshman guard <strong>Lia Galdeira</strong><em> (Konawaena &rsquo;12)</em> had a team-high 15 points, five rebounds, two assists and a steal in a 67-52 win over Brigham Young on Saturday. BYU freshman <strong>Kylie Maeda</strong> <em>(&lsquo;Iolani &rsquo;12)</em> finished with six points, a rebound and an assist in 10 minutes off the bench.<br />
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&gt;&gt; Cal State Northridge senior <strong>Violet Alama </strong><em>(Kalani &rsquo;09)</em> had 11 points, four rebounds and an assist in an 85-73 loss to Penn State in the final game of the Thanksgiving Classic on Saturday.<br />
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&gt;&gt; Indiana forward <strong>Milika Taufa</strong> <em>(Lahainaluna &rsquo;10)</em> had four points, eight rebounds and a block to help the Hoosiers defeat IPFW 64-47 on Monday for their fifth straight win.</p>
<p>&gt;&gt; Utah senior <strong>Iwalani Rodrigues</strong> <em>(Kalani &rsquo;08) </em>had five points, five rebounds, three assists and a steal in a 73-47 win over Weber State on Saturday.<br />
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&gt;&gt; Concordia (Calif.) sophomore <strong>Bashalei Almadova</strong> <em>(Sacred Hearts &rsquo;11)</em> had seven points, two assists and two rebounds in 16 minutes off the bench in an 86-57 loss to Cal Baptist on Saturday. <br />
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&gt;&gt; Pacific (Ore.) forward <strong>Anuhea Wall</strong> <em>(Konawaena &rsquo;11)</em> finished with eight points, four rebounds and three assists in 18 minutes off the bench of an 83-33 win over Walla Walla (Wash.) on Sunday.<br />
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&gt;&gt; Willamette (Ore.) sophomore guard <strong>Julia Brand</strong> <em>(Punahou &rsquo;11)</em> had a team-high 14 points, eight rebounds and two steals, and<strong> Daena Mau</strong> <em>(Punahou &rsquo;11)</em> had four points and four rebounds in a 65-54 loss to New Hope Christian on Saturday.</p>
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FOOTBALL >> UNLV linebacker John Lotulelei (Baldwin ’09) had seven tackles and two quarterback hurries, and defensive back Peni Vea (Kealakehe ’11) had four solo tackles and broke up a pass in a 48-10 loss to Hawaii at Aloha Stadium on Saturday. Lotulelei finished his senior season with 120 tackles. >> Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o (Punahou ’09) had five tackles and an interception, and Robby Toma (Punahou ’09) had two catches for 34 yards in Notre Dame’s 22-13 win over Southern California to finish off a 12-0 regular season and earn a berth in the BCS National Championship game. >> Brigham Young tight end Kaneakua Friel (Kamehameha ’07) had two catches for 30 yards in a 50-14 win over New Mexico State on Saturday. Quarterback Andrew Manley (Leilehua ’10) was 13-for-24 for 158 yards and two touchdowns, and linebacker B.J. Adolpho (Kahuku ’05) had six tackles for the Aggies. >> Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota (Saint Louis ’11) was 17-for-24 for 140 yards and a touchdown and ran for 85 yards — including a 42-yard TD — in a 48-24 win over Oregon State on Saturday. Freshman DeForest Buckner (Punahou ’12) assisted on two tackles for the Ducks, while Castro Masaniai (Waipahu ’07) had a solo tackle for the Beavers. >> Utah linebacker V.J. Fehoko (Farrington ’10) had seven tackles and a sack in a 42-35 win over Colorado on Saturday. Defensive lineman Juda Parker (Saint Louis ’11) had two tackles and a quarterback hurry for the Buffaloes. >> Washington State linebacker Cyrus Coen (Pearl City ’11) had five tackles, Chester Sua (Kaimuki ’11) had three and Taylor Taliulu (Kamehameha ’12) made one solo tackle in a 31-28 overtime win over Washington on Saturday. >> Wyoming freshman linebacker Siaosi Hala‘api‘api (Kaimuki ’12) had a game-high 12 tackles and forced a fumble in a 42-28 loss to San Diego State on Saturday. >> Eastern Michigan senior Bryan Pali (Kamehameha-Maui ’08) made 11 tackles in a 49-7 loss to Northern Illinois on Friday. >> Utah State safety Brian Suite (Punahou ’10) assisted on three tackles and Elvis Kamana-Matagi (King Kekaulike ’10) assisted on one in a 45-9 win over Idaho on Saturday. Linebacker Robert Siavii (Leilehua ’08) had four tackles — including one for loss — and defensive back Solomon Dixon (McKinley ’11) had two solo tackles — including one for loss — and an interception for the Vandals. >> Washington (Mo.) junior cornerback Andrew Skalman (‘Iolani ’10) was named to the All-University Athletic Association first team last Wednesday. Skalman started all 10 games for the Bears and led the team with five interceptions and 19 passes defended — which was tops in the conference. >> Southern Oregon receiver Justin Otaguro (Roosevelt ’08) had four catches for 60 yards in a 47-44 loss to Morningside College on Saturday in the quarterfinals of the NAIA championships. MEN’S SOCCER >> Louisville senior defender Brock Granger (’Iolani ’09) played all 90 minutes of a 2-1 win over Northwestern on Sunday to help the Cardinals advance to the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament. WOMEN’S SOCCER >> Penn State junior Tani Costa (Kalani ’09) played 35 minutes off the bench in a 1-0 win over Duke as the Nittany Lions advanced to their first NCAA College Cup since 2005. >> UCLA sophomore forward Caprice Dydasco (Kamehameha ’11) attempted one shot and played all 90 minutes in a 2-1 loss to Stanford in the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament on Friday. >> Southwestern (Texas) senior goalkeeper Sarah Nonaka (Punahou ’09) was named second-team All-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference on Tuesday. Nonaka set school records for career saves and shutouts this season. She played in 19 games, allowing 29 goals for a 1.88 goals-against average. She had 82 saves and a .739 save percentage. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL >> Washington State freshman guard Lia Galdeira (Konawaena ’12) had a team-high 15 points, five rebounds, two assists and a steal in a 67-52 win over Brigham Young on Saturday. BYU freshman Kylie Maeda (‘Iolani ’12) finished with six points, a rebound and an assist in 10 minutes off the bench. >> Cal State Northridge senior Violet Alama (Kalani ’09) had 11 points, four rebounds and an assist in an 85-73 loss to Penn State in the final game of the Thanksgiving Classic on Saturday. >> Indiana forward Milika Taufa (Lahainaluna ’10) had four points, eight rebounds and a block to help the Hoosiers defeat IPFW 64-47 on Monday for their fifth straight win.

>> Utah senior Iwalani Rodrigues (Kalani ’08) had five points, five rebounds, three assists and a steal in a 73-47 win over Weber State on Saturday. >> Concordia (Calif.) sophomore Bashalei Almadova (Sacred Hearts ’11) had seven points, two assists and two rebounds in 16 minutes off the bench in an 86-57 loss to Cal Baptist on Saturday. >> Pacific (Ore.) forward Anuhea Wall (Konawaena ’11) finished with eight points, four rebounds and three assists in 18 minutes off the bench of an 83-33 win over Walla Walla (Wash.) on Sunday. >> Willamette (Ore.) sophomore guard Julia Brand (Punahou ’11) had a team-high 14 points, eight rebounds and two steals, and Daena Mau (Punahou ’11) had four points and four rebounds in a 65-54 loss to New Hope Christian on Saturday. Login for more...



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