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By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 02:21 a.m. HST, Oct 26, 2010



BYUH women win soccer title

Kim Micheletti scored in the 17th minute to lead No. 7 Brigham Young-Hawaii to a 2- 0 victory over Chaminade yesterday at Saint Louis Field, clinching the PacWest women's soccer title.

Nicole Slater added an insurance goal in the 82nd minute for BYU-Hawaii, which is 12-0-2 overall and 10-0-1 in conference with a total of 31 points.

Grand Canyon also can compile 31 points, but since BYUH holds a 1-0-1 head-to-head record over Grand Canyon, the Seasiders clinched the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA II tournament.

Goalie Marissa Minor had 13 saves for Chaminade.

 

Seasiders hold off Silverswords

Aaron Drewery scored an insurance goal in the 84th minute to lead Brigham Young-Hawaii to a 4-2 win over Chaminade in men's soccer at Saint Louis Field.

The Seasiders (3-9-1, 2-8-1) appeared to break open the game with two second-half goals within 37 seconds to take a 3-0 lead. Nursing a 1-0 lead, Viktor Bezhani scored in the 55th minute and Drewery scored seconds later for BYUH.

The Silverswords (1-8-1, 0-9-1) rallied with a goal from Jordan Kitabayashi in the 77th minute and one from Michael Marrs 4 minutes later.

In another men's match, CSU Dominguez Hills (11-4-2) defeated Hawaii-Hilo 4-0 in Hilo. UHH fell to 5-6-2.

 

Magazine show on TV

The first PacWest Magazine television show of this season is at 8 tonight on OC 16. The show includes player features and competition highlights from around the conference. Commissioner Bob Hogue and Malia Smith host.

 

CROSS COUNTRY

Sixth honor to Aspnaes

Hawaii Pacific sophomore Frida Aspnaes ran away with her sixth weekly honor after winning the HPU Invitational on Saturday. She was timed in 18:54 on the 5K course at Kualoa Ranch to win the women's race by 10 seconds and helping the host Sea Warriors to second place.

Honor roll
» Kirsten Andrew, UHH: The junior was seventh overall and the first Vulcan to cross the line (19:46).

» Katherine Buxton, BYUH: The junior was second (19:04) at the HPU meet in leading the Seasiders to the team title.

» Kim Kuhnert, HPU: The sophomore finished in 19:18, fifth overall.

» Lacey Johnson Krout, BYUH: The junior was fourth overall (19:12) at the HPU meet

 

Weekly honor to BYUH's Puzey

BYU-Hawaii senior Thomas Rivers Puzey earned the weekly honor for the second time this season courtesy of his first-place finish at the HPU Invitational. Puzey was timed in 26:48 over the 8K course at Kualoa Ranch, leading the Seasiders to the team title.

Honor roll
» Anders Ludvigsen, HPU: The freshman was a few fractions of a second behind Puzey to finish second overall and help the Sea Warriors to second place.

» Justin Royer, BYUH: The junior was third overall, 3 seconds off the winning pace.

» Keoni Ucker, UHH: The junior was fourth overall, and the first Vulcan across the line (26:59).

 

SOCCER

Women's honor roll

» Alysia Ann Barone, UHH: The junior goalie stopped 12 of 13 shots for a .932 save percentage as the Vulcans went 1-1.

» Amber Fuller, HPU: The sophomore midfielder scored both goals in a 4-minute span for the Sea Warriors against Dominican.

» Emily Mearns, BYUH: The senior forward had a goal and an assist in the 4-1 wn over NDNU.

» Kelly Parker, UHH: The senior midfielder headed in the winning goal in a 1-0 victory over NDNU.

» Sanoe Souza, HPU: The sophomore defender scored the Sea Warriors' only goal in a 2-1 loss to NDNU and had an assist in the 2-0 win against Dominican.

 

Men's honor roll

» Kainoa Kahui, HPU: The sophomore defender scored the winning goal late in overtime to lift the the Sea Warriors.

» Dane Kaylor, UHH: The senior goalkeeper had a .800 save percentage in a double overtime draw with NDNU and a 2-1 double-overtime loss to Dominican.

 

VOLLEYBALL

Honor roll

» Natasha Bell, HPU: The junior hitter had 24 kills and three aces as the Sea Warriors went 2-0 last week. She had 19 kills and 11 digs in the five-set win at BYUH.

» Hillary Hurley, UHH: The junior hitter had 31 kills, two blocks and an ace for the Vulcans, who went 2-0 to remain atop the conference standings.

» Kyra Pelayo, HPU: The junior libero had 62 digs for the Sea Warriors in two wins, including 35 against the Seasiders.

» Katie Swenson, UHH: The senior setter had 75 assists as the Vulcans went 2-0.

 

SOCCER

MEN'S STANDINGS
  W L T Pct GF GA All
Grand Canyon 9 1 0 .900 30 6 11-2-1
NDNU 9 1 1 .864 24 6 12-2-1
Hawaii Pacfic 7 3 0 .700 20 9 8-6-0
Hawaii-Hilo 4 4 2 .500 23 16 5-6-2
Dixie State 4 5 1 .450 14 17 5-8-1
Acad. of Art 4 6 0 .400 13 22 5-9-0
Dominican 3 6 2 .364 12 19 3-9-3
BYU-Hawaii 2 8 1 .150 8 27 3-9-1
Chaminade 0 8 1 .062 7 31 1-9-1

Yesterday
BYUH 4, Chaminade 2
CSU Dom. Hills 4, UH-Hilo 0

Tomorrow
Chaminade at Hawaii Pacific, 12:30 p.m.

Thursday
BYUH at UH-Hilo, 12:30 p.m.
Gr. Canyon at Academy of Art

Saturday
Hawaii Pacific at Hawaii-Hilo, 12:30 p.m.
Chaminade at Dixie State
Grand Canyon at NDNU
Academy of Art at Dominican

MEN'S STATISTICS
Statistics through Sunday

Points
  G A Pts
Ciliento, GCU 17 3 37
Bukoski, HPU 10 5 25
Young, GCU 8 3 19
Guevara, Dom 8 3 19
Montes, NDNU 8 3 19

Goals--17: Ciliento, GCU. 10: Bukoski, HPU. 8: Carcia, NDNU; Cruz, AA; Young, GCU; Guevara, Dom; Montes, NDNU. 8: Geis, UHH.

Assists--6: Guffens, HPU; Durano, AA. 5: Martinez, GCU; Bukoski, HPU; Carlson, NDU. 4: Garcia, GCU; Barnes, NDNU; Gonzalez, NDNU.

Saves--79: Carlson, Dom. 66: Sperry, CU. 50: Flache, HPU. 46: Walters, DSC. 31: Castro, NDNU.

Shutouts--8: Paneccasio, GCU. 6: Castro, NDNU. 4: Flache, HPU.

WOMEN'S STANDINGS

  W L T Pct GF GA All
x-BYU-Hawaii 10 0 1 .950 32 4 12-0-2
Grand Canyon 6 3 1 .650 22 10 8-4-1
Dixie State 5 5 0 .500 13 10 8-6-0
Hawaii-Hilo 5 5 0 .500 13 10 6-7-1
Hawaii Pacific 5 5 0 .500 14 12 5-8-0
Domincan 5 5 1 .500 11 12 6-8-1
NDNU 4 5 2 .455 11 16 6-7-2
Chaminade 2 7 0 .250 2 21 2-9-0
Acad. of Art 1 8 1 .150 3 26 2-9-3

x-clinched title

Yesterday
BYUH 2, Chaminade 0

Tomorrow
Chaminade at HPU, 3 p.m.

Thursday
BYUH at UH-HIlo, 3 p.m.
Gr. Canyon at Academy of Art

Saturday
Hawaii Pacific at Hawaii-Hilo, 3 p.m.
Chaminade at Dixie State
Grand Canyon at NDNU
Academy of Art at Dominican

WOMEN'S STATISTICS
Statistics through Sunday

Points G A Pts.
Nesic, GCU 10 3 23
Aiono, BYUH 8 3 19
Mearns, BYUH 6 4 16
Micheletti, BYUH 6 1 13
Fuller, HPU 6 0 12
Emmett, AA 5 2 12

Goals--10: Nesic, GCU. 8: Aiono, BYUH. 6: Michelletti, BYUH; Fuller, HPU; Mearns, BYUH.

Assists--7: Brown, Dom. 4: Mearns, BYUH. 15 with 3.

Saves--99: Minor, CU. 83: Herring, Dom. 68: Baxter, NDNU. 55: Barone, UHH. 53: Makino, HPU; 50: Co, AA; Phillips, GCU; McCain, BYUH.

Shutouts--8: McCain, BYUH. 4: Herring, Dom.

 

VOLLEYBALL

WOMEN'S STANDINGS

  W L Pct. GB All
Hawaii-Hilo 9 1 .900 -- 14-3
BYU-Hawaii 7 2 .778 1 1/2 10-6
Hawaii Pacific 7 3 .700 2 13-4
Dixie State 7 3 .700 2 12-6
Acad. of Art 7 3 .700 2 12-8
Grand Canyon 5 7 .417 5 10-14
NDNU 2 8 .200 7 4-13
Chaminade 1 8 .111 7 1/2 4-12
Dominican 0 10 .000 9 3-19  

Last night
Grand Canyon at BYUH

Today
Dixie State at UH-Hilo, 7 p.m.
Dominican at Chaminade, 7 p.m., McCabe gym
Grand Canyon at BYU-Hawaii, 7:30 p.m., Cannon Activities Center

Tomorrow
Dixie State at UHH, 7 p.m.
Dominican at Hawaii Pacific, 7 p.m., St. Andrew's Priory gym

Friday
NDNU at Hawaii Pacific, 7 p.m., St. Andrew's Priory gym
Dominican at Chaminade, 7 p.m., McCabe gym
Dixie State at BYU-Hawaii, 7:30 p.m., Cannon Activities

Saturday
Dominican at Hawaii Pacific, 5:30 p.m., St. Andrew's Priory
NDNU at Chaminade, 7 p.m.,
Dixie State at BYU-Hawaii, 7:30 p.m., Cannon Activities Center

Sunday
Academy of Art at Hawaii-Hilo, 7 p.m., UHH gym

Last week
NDNU def. Dominican 3-1
Dixie State def. NDNU, 3-1
HPU def. Chaminade, 3-0
Dixie State def. NDNU, 3-0
Ac. of Art def. Dominican, 3-0
UHH def. Grand Canyon, 3-0
UHH def. Grand Canyon, 3-1
HPU def. BYUH, 3-2

STATISTICS
Statistics through Sunday

Hitting percentage K E TA Pct.
Tupola, BYUH 82 14 184 .370
Thornquist, UHH 135 29 320 .331
Bush, AA 120 36 262 .321
Board, AA 107 34 246 .297
Balanay, HPU 191 57 457 .293
Kills S K Avg/S
Hurley, UHH 57 279 4.89
Villamayor, NDNU 60 263 .438
Yang, AA 71 303 4.27
Falealiii, Dom 73 225 .308
Hagemeyer, BYUH 58 171 2.95
Assists S A Avg/S
Swenson, UHH 57 614 10.77
Kea, HPU 63 627 9.95
Cheng, AA 74 701 9.47
Clark, DSC 69 605 8.78
Preach, GCU 90 776 8.62

Aces--25: Chase, BYUH. 23: Kotoyori, BYUH. 22: Bell, HPU; Irvine, AA; Shearer, DSC. 21: Vine, UHH; Villamayro, NDNU

Blocks BS BA Total
Fitzgerald, DSC 10 69 79
Hill, DSC 14 60 74
Balanay, HPU 15 51 66
Tupola, BYUH 5 43 48

Digs
523: Durbin, GCU. 434: Pelayo, HPU. 386: Jeffress, DSC. 324: Keanini, AA. 291: Kotoyori, BYUH.

 






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