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PacWest Place

For Tuesday, November 2, 2010

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 02:14 a.m. HST, Nov 02, 2010



VOLLEYBALL

Volleyball POW Balanay

Hawaii Pacific senior middle Kelly Balanay picked up her first weekly honor of the season after helping the Sea Warriors to a 3-0 record. She hit .510 with 29 kills, two solo blocks and 10 block assists in two victories over Dominican and one over Notre Dame de Namur.

Honor Roll

Losaline Faka'osi, BYUH: The junior hitter had 48 kills, an ace, five block assists and averaged 5.20 digs per game as the Seasiders went 3-1.

Hillary Hurley, UHH: The junior middle led the conference with 38.5 points (35 kills, a solo block and five block assists) to help the Vulcans go 3-0.

Kylee Pedro, CU: The sophomore middle out of Mid-Pacific had 31 kills, four aces, four block solos and 10 blocks assists as the Silverswords went 2-1.

Kyra Pelayo, HPU: The junior libero had eight aces and 68 digs during a 3-0 week for the Sea Warriors.

Leilani Ramsey, UHH: The senior hitter had 29 kills, three aces and eight block assists as the Vulcans went 3-0.

Katie Swenson, UHH: The senior setter led the conference with 104 assists in three sweeps for the Vulcans.

 

HPU basketball team honored

The Hawaii Pacific women's basketball team, the first in school history to earn an NCAA Division II tournament berth, will be honored during Thursday's PacWest volleyball match at St. Andrew's Priory gym.

Coach Jeff Harada's team won its first conference title and he was named PacWest coach of the year. The awards presentation will be held between Sets 2 and 3 of the HPU-Academy of Art volleyball match that begins at 7 p.m.

KWHE-TV (Ch. 11) will broadcast the match. It will also be available online at b2tv.com

 

Conference basketball preview day tomorrow

The PacWest basketball preview show will be streamed live online on Red Zone Media tomorrow with the men's preview starting at 10 a.m. and the women's at 11 a.m.

The preseason all-conference teams and polls will be announced and coaches will give short previews of their respective teams.

The show is available at redzonemedia.com

 

MEN'S SOCCER

Weekly honor to HPU's Bukoski

Hawaii Pacific junior forward Chance Bukoski earned conference honors after leading the Sea Warriors to two wins last week. The Kapaa High graduate had two goals and two assists in victories over Chaminade and Hawaii-Hilo in overtime.

 

Honor Roll

Viktor Bezhani, BYUH: The senior midfielder scored twice in a 4-2 win at Chaminade.

Aaron Drewery, BYU-Hawaii: The junior defender had two goals as the Seasiders went 1-1.

Drew Geis, UHH: The senior midfielder out of Kapolei High had two assists in a 4-1 win over BYUH and scored a goal that forced overtime against HPU.

Richard Guffens, HPU: The junior forward had three goals last week in two victories.

Jordan Kitabayashi, CU: The freshman defender out of Waimea High had a goal and assist in the Silverswords' 4-2 loss to BYUH.

Kimo Komomua, HPU: The sophomore midfielder out of Kamehameha had two goals and an assist against Chaminade.

Mike Moloney, HPU: The senior defender had two goals against Chaminade.

 

WOMEN'S SOCCER

BYUH's Micheletti cited

Brigham Young-Hawaii freshman defender Kim Micheletti was named player of the week after a six-point performance in two wins that clinched the PacWest championship for the Seasiders and a berth in the NCAA Division II tournament. She had two goals and an assist in a 3-0 win over Hawaii-Hilo and a goal in the 2-0 victory over Chaminade.

The Seasiders will find out next Monday if they have kept their No. 1 ranking in the region and if they will host a regional.

 

Honor Roll

Amber Fuller, HPU: The sophomore midfielder out of Kamehameha scored the winning goal in a 3-2 victory at UH-Hilo.

Yasmina Taketa, HPU: The sophomore midfielder out of Kalani High scored a goal in each of the victories over UH-Hilo and Chaminade.

Whitney Williams, CU: The junior defender out of St. Anthony scored both of the Silverswords' goals in two losses.

 

CROSS COUNTRY

Men's Honor Roll

Zack Sainz, Academy of Art: The Kamehameha graduate and AAU freshman was fourth overall at the Dominican Invitational, finishing the 5K course in 19:46.98.

 

SOCCER

Men's Standings

  W L T Pct GF GA All
Grand Canyon 10 1 1 .875 32 7 12- 2- 1
NDNU 9 1 1 .833 25 7 12- 2- 2
Hawaii Pacific 9 3 0 .750 31 11 10- 6- 0
Dixie State 6 5 1 .555 20 17 7-8-1
Hawaii-Hilo 5 5 2 .500 29 20 6- 7- 2
Acad. of Art 5 7 0 .417 16 25 6-10-0
Dominican 3 7 2 .333 14 22 3-10-3
BYU-Hawaii 2 9 1 .208 13 33 3-10-1
Chaminade 0 10 1 .045 9 45 1- 11- 1

TODAY
Hawaii Pacific at BYU-Hawaii, 12:30 p.m.

TOMORROW
Chaminade at Grand Canyon
Thursday
Hawaii-Hilo at BYU-Hawaii, 12:30 p.m.

 

Women's Standings

  W L T Pct GF GA All
x-BYU-Hawaii 11 0   .958 35 4 13-0-2
Grand Canyon 7 4 1 .625 26 11 9-5-1
Hawaii Pacific 7 5 0 .583 20 16 7-8-0
Dixie State 7 5 0 .583 24 11 10-6-0
Dominican 6 5 1 .542 15 12 7-8-1
NDNU 5 5 2 .500 12 16 7-7-2
Hawaii-Hilo 5 7 0 .417 15 16 6-9-1
Chaminade 2 10 0 .167 4 35 2-12-0
Acad. of Art 1 10 1 .125 3 34 2-11-3
x-clinched conference title
Today
Hawaii Pacific at BYU-Hawaii, 3 p.m.

Tomorrow
Chaminade at Grand Canyon

 

VOLLEYBALL

Women's Standings

  W L Pct. GB All
Hawaii Hilo 12 1 .923 -- 17-3
Hawaii Pacific 10 3 .769 2 16-4
BYU-Hawaii 10 3 .769 2 13-7
Acad. of Art 7 4 .636 4 13-9
Dixie State 8 6 .571 5 1/2 13-9
Grand Canyon 5 9 .357 7 1/2 10-16
Chaminade 3 9 .250 8 1/2 6-13
NDNU 3 9 .250 8 1/2 5-14
Dominican (CA) 0 14 .000 12 1/2 3-23

Today
NDNU at Chaminade, 7 p.m.
Academy of Art at BYU-Hawaii, 7:30 p.m.

 

Statistics

Through Sunday

Hitting percentage S K E TA Pct.
Bush, AA 72 139 36 290 .355
Tupola, BYUH 57 96 18 232 .366
Thornquist, UHH 65 158 33 373 .335
Balanay, HPU 75 220 61 506 .314
Board, AA 70 125 45 280 .286
Fizgerald, DSC 89 209 65 541 .266
Huckvale, BYU 68 122 42 301 .266

Kills S K Avg/S
Hurley, UHH 66 314 4.76
Villamayor, NDNU 68 288 4.24
Yang, AA 77 322 4.18
Falealiii, Dom 84 263 3.13
Hagemeyer, BYUH 73 220 3.01

Assists-- 825: Preach, GCU. 768: Chang, AA. 720: Clark, DSC. 718: Swenson, UHH. 705: Kea, HPU.

 






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