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PacWest briefs and standings

For Tuesday, April 5, 2011

By Star-Advertiser staff

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UHH hall of fame seeks nominations

Nominations for the 15th class of the Hawaii-Hilo Vulcan Athletic Hall of Fame are being accepted through April 29.

Categories are athlete, coach, administrator and community member. Athlete nominees must have completed their eligibility at UHH no later than spring 2005 and coach/administrator nominees can not have worked for the UHH athletic department within the past five years.

For more information or a nomination form, call Glen Kagamida at 974-7543 or email glenk@hawaii.edu.

Patton, Waracka honored

Hawaii Pacific’s Breanne Patton was named the PacWest softball player of the week and Hawaii-Hilo’s Amber Waracka the pitcher of the week yesterday.

Patton, a junior out of Campbell, earned MVP honors in the Tournament of Champions for both her pitching and hitting success during the three-day event in Turlock, Calif. She went 3-1 on the mound in getting the No. 22 Sea Warriors into Sunday’s championship game against Chico State. Playing first base in the title game against the Wildcats, Patton scored twice as HPU won the tournament for the second time in three years, 5-2. For the week, Patton scored 10 runs, and had two doubles, one triple, a homer and six RBIs.

Also named to the all-tournament team were HPU sophomore shortstop Celina Garces and Hawaii-Hilo senior outfielder Tessa Truong. The Vulcans won the bronze bracket to finish seventh overall out of 22 teams.

Waracka, a junior out of Kamehameha, went 6-1 last week, including winning both ends of the conference doubleheader against Notre Dame de Namur. She had a 1.94 ERA in nine appearances, with five complete games in seven starts and two shutouts. She struck out 33 batters in 47 innings.

Vulcans sweep weekly awards

Hawaii-Hilo senior designated hitter/pitcher Kekoa Lee and junior reliever Richie Mariano were named the PacWest baseball player and pitcher of the week yesterday.

Lee, a Waipahu High product, helped the Vulcans go 4-1 at Academy of Art in the only series of the week. He hit .429 in five starts, was 6-for-14 with six runs, a double and five RBIs. Lee struck out 10 in nine innings against the Urban Knights, but didn’t pick up the win in the 2-1 victory that went 11 innings.

Mariano, a Mililani High product, was 2-0 last week, including the victory in relief of Lee. He also picked up a save and posted a 0.00 ERA over four innings, allowing no hits.

Honor roll

Dan Hennig, UHH: the senior utility player hit .375 in five starts with three RBIs and two runs scored.

Jonathan James, UHH: The sophomore infielder out of Kamehameha  hit 368 in five starts, going 7-for-19 with four runs, two doubles and five RBIs.

Tyler Simao, UHH: The junior right-hander out of Hanalani tossed a four-hit shutout in a 9-0 win over Academy of Art, striking out five and scattering four hits over seven innings.

Vulcans offer summer camp

The Vulcans-Hawaii Basketball School is scheduled for June 22-25 at the UHH gym.

The first session is from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for ages 8-12. The second session is 2 to 7:30 p.m. for ages 13-18 .

The cost is $110, including snack, T-shirt and basketball.

For more information, contact Tai Ando at 974-7701 or andot@hawaii.edu.

 

BASEBALL STANDINGS

  W L Pct. GB All
Dixie State 15 5 .750 -- 19-9
Hawaii Pacific 10 6 .625 3 13-14
Grand Canyon 13 11 .542 4 18-17
Hawaii-Hilo 6 10 .375 7 10-15
Academy of Art 4 16 .200 11 4-28

Last week Hawaii-Hilo 2, Academy of Art 1 (11)
Hawaii-Hilo 8, Academy of Art 4 (7)
Academy of Art 9, Hawaiii-Hilo 5
Hawaii-Hilo 9, Academy of Art 0 (7)
Hawaii-Hilo 7, Academy of Art 5 (7)

 

SOFTBALL STANDINGS

  W L Pct. GB All
Hawaii-Hilo 13 3 .812 -- 19-10
Hawaii Pacific 12 4 .750 1 26-9
Academy of Art 9 3 .750 2 19-9
Dixie State 6 2 .570 4 15-8
NDNU 5 7 .417 6 16-17
Grand Canyon 5 7 .417 6 13-18
Chaminade 5 9 .357 7 10-24
BYU-Hawaii 3 13 .187 10 5-23
Dominican 0 10 .000 10 1-26

Last week Hawaii Pacific 12, Dominican 0 (5)
Hawaii Pacific 3, Dominican 2
Academy of Art 6, Chaminade 1
Academy of Art 11, Chaminade 0 (5)
Hawaii-Hilo 1, NDNU 0
Hawaii-Hilo 5, NDNU 4 (10)
Hawaii-Hilo 4, Dominican 3
Hawaii-Hilo 8, Domincan 3
Hawaii Pacific 14, Dixie State 8
Hawaii Pacific 4, Dixie State 3
Chaminade 3, Dominican 2
Chaminade 2, Domincian 1
Hawaii-Hilo 2, Grand Canyon 0
Hawaii-Hilo 8, Grand Canyon 0 (6)

Tournament of Champions
Hawaii Pacific's games:
UC San Diego 5, Hawaii Pacific 0
Chico State 2, Hawaii Pacific 1
Hawaii Pacific 5, CSU Stanislaus 4
Hawaii Pacific 8, CSU San Bernardino 6
CSU Monterey Bay 5, Hawaii Pacific 4
Hawaii Pacific 3, Sonoma State 1
Gold-bracket championship game
Hawaii-Pacific 5, Chico State 2

Hawaii-Hilo's games:
San Francisco State 4, Hawaii-Hilo 0
Hawaii-Hilo 7, Northwest Nazarene 2
Hawaii-Hilo 2, CSU East Bay 1
Hawaii-Hilo 6, CSU Monterey Bay 3
Bronze-bracket championship game
Hawaii-Hilo 11, Humboldt State 3

Chaminade's games:
CSU Dominguez Hills 3, Chaminade 2
Cal State East Bay 1, Chaminade 0
Humboldt State 3, Chaminade 0
Sonoma State 4, Chaminade 2
Chaminade 2, Northwest Nazarene 1
Platinum-bracket quarterfinal
CSU Stanislaus 8, Chaminade 4

 

THIS WEEK'S CALENDAR

TODAY

GOLF
Nonconference women: Hawaii-Hilo at Grand Canyon Intercollegiate, Goodyear, Ariz.

INTERNET RADIO
PacWest Magazine: 10 a.m., pacificwestsports.tv

RADIO
UHH Spotlight: 11:15 a.m., 850-AM, Hilo.
HPU Sports Beat: 2 p.m., 1500-AM.

SOFTBALL
Nonconference: Chaminade at Sonoma State (2)

 

TOMORROW

BASEBALL
PacWest: Dixie State at Hawaii Pacific (2), 4 p.m., Hans L'Orange.

 

THURSDAY

BASEBALL
PacWest: Dixie State at Hawaii Pacific (2), 4 p.m., Hans L'Orange Park.

RADIO
UHH Spotlight: 11:15 a.m., 850-AM, Hilo.

 

SUNDAY

SOFTBALL
PacWest: Chaminade at Hawaii Pacific (2), noon, Okita Field.






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