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PacWest briefs and standings

For Tuesday, April 26, 2011

By Cindy Luis

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SOFTBALL

Pitcher of week to HPU’s Valine

Hawaii Pacific senior right-hander Ashley Valine earned PacWest Pitcher of the Week honors yesterday after going 3-0 last week.

She allowed five earned runs in three appearances, with a 2.14 ERA, striking out five and walking two.

Honor roll

>> Maile Kim, HPU: The junior utility player helped the Sea Warriors to a 5-1 week, hitting .500 (11-for-22) with four runs, a homer and seven RBIs.

>> Caira Pires, HPU: The sophomore infielder out of Kalaheo hit .429 over six games with three runs scored, two doubles, a triple, a homer and six RBIs.

BASEBALL

HPU’s Hill pitcher of week

Hawaii Pacific junior right-hander Taylor Hill was named the PacWest’s Pitcher of the Week in baseball yesterday.

Hill tossed a four-hitter, walking one and striking out seven in a 3-0 win over Hawaii-Hilo.

Honor roll

>> Kekoa Lee, UHH: The senior outfielder out of Moanalua hit .333 in five games last week, with four doubles and six RBIs.

>> Keoni Manago, UHH: The senior outfielder out of Roosevelt hit .429 over five games for the Vulcans with a double, an RBI and five runs scored.

>> Chris Pascual, UHH: The senior pitcher out of Kamehameha had a 1.86 ERA in two appearances against Hawaii Pacific, limiting the Sea Warriors to .133 hitting. He picked up a save and a no decision.

>> Bryan Patterson, UHH: The senior infielder out of Hilo hit .391 with seven RBIs and three runs scored as the Vulcans went 2-4 last week.

>> Brent Queen, HPU: The sophomore right-hander struck out six and gave up nine hits in a nine-inning complete-game 4-3 win over Hawaii-Hilo.

Dixie State claims title

Dixie State clinched its second PacWest baseball title in three years, finishing 22-10.

Hawaii Pacific, the defending conference champion, can secure second place with one win over Academy of Art this week. The Sea Warriors and Urban Knights have four conference games this week and a nonconference game — HPU’s senior day — Sunday at Hans L’Orange.

MEN’S GOLF

Vulcans’ Snyder honored

Hawaii-Hilo’s Blake Snyder, the medalist at last week’s PacWest men’s golf championship in St. George, Utah, was named the conference’s freshman of the year and co-player of the year.

Snyder finished the 54-hole event with a 3-under 213 to help the Vulcans to their second team title in four years.  BYU-Hawaii’s John Scholari was second with a 216.

Snyder shared the player-of-the-year honor with Grand Canyon’s Matt Pridey. Grand Canyon’s Jacob Golembewski was the newcomer of the year and Dixie State’s Reed McArthur coach of the year.

The top seven finishers were named to the All-PacWest first team, including Snyder, Scholari and Travis Russell of UHH. Ale Radice-Fossati from Hawaii Pacific, Hawaii-Hilo’s Neil Cabico and Skylar Schone of BYU-Hawaii were named to the second team.

SCORES AND STANDINGS

BASEBALL

Standings through Sunday

  W L Pct. GB All
x-Dixie State 22 10 .688 -- 27-14
Hawaii Pacific 16 12 .571 4 22-21
Grand Canyon 16 16 .500 6 21-23
Hawaii-Hilo 12 16 .429 8 17-25
Acad. of Art 6 18 .250 12 6-35

x-clinched conference title
Last week
Hawaii Pacific 4, Hawaii-Hilo 3
Hawaii-Hilo 8, Hawaii Pacific 2 (7)
Hawaii Pacific 5, Hawaii-Hilo 4 (7)
Hawaii Pacific 3, Hawaii-Hilo 3
Hawaii Pacific 3, Hawaii-Hilo 0 (7)

 

SOFTBALL

Standings through Sunday

  W L Pct. GB All
Dixie State 23 5 .821 -- 33-12
Hawaii Pacific 21 5 .808 1 35-10
Hawaii-Hilo 19 5 .791 2 26-11
Acad. of Art 15 9 .625 6 27-17
Grand Canyon 12 12 .500 9 20-23
NDNU 11 14 .440 11 22-28
Chaminade 8 18 .308 14 14-34
BYU-Hawaii 3 23 .115 19 5-33
Dominican 1 22 .043 19 1\2 2-38

Last week
Hawaii Pacific 8, BYU-Hawaii 0 (6)
Hawaii Pacific 10, BYU-Hawaii 2 (5)
Dixie State 20, Chaminade 5
Dixie State 12, Chaminade 3 (5)
Dixe State 7, BYU-Hawaii 3
Dixie State 4, BYU-Hawaii 2
Hawaii Pacific 8, Chaminade 4
Hawaii Pacific 6, Chaminade 5 (9)
Dixie State 3, Hawaii Pacific 1
Hawaii Pacific 7, Dixie State 5
Hawaii-Hilo 4, Dixie State 1 (1st)
Diixie State 7, Hawaii-Hilo 3 (2nd)

 

TENNIS

Women
Cal State Stanislaus 6, Hawaii-Hilo 3
Hawaii-Hilo 6, Academy of Art 3
Hawaii Pacific 7. Albany 0
Hawaii-Hilo 7, Dominican 2
BYU-Hawaii 7, Albany 0
Sonoma State 6, Hawaii-Hilo 3

 

GOLF

PacWest Men's Championship
At St. George, Utah

1. Hawaii-Hilo, 880. 2. Grand Canyon, 881. 3. Dixie State, 882. 4. BYU-Hawaii, 891. 5. NDNU, 898. 6. Hawaii Pacific, 910. 7. Academy of Art, 926. 8. Dominican, 980. 9. Chaminade, 1,204.

All-PacWest
First team

Blake Snyder, UH-Hilo. John Scholari, BYU-Hawaii. Nick Drost, Dixie State. 4. Kyle Chapelle, Dixie State. Matt Pridey, Grand Canyon. Mark Geddes Grand Canyon. Jacob Golembewski, Grand Canyon. Travis Russell, Hawaii-Hilo.

Second team
Troy Davis, NDNU. Chad Crowther, Dixie State. Ryan Sheffer, NDNU. Ale Radice-Fossati, HPU. Neil Cabico, Hawaii-Hilo. Skylar Schone, BYU-Hawaii.

Co-Players of Year
Blake Snyder, Hawaii-Hilo, and Matt Pridey, Grand Canyon.

 

COMMISSIONER'S CUP

Standings
1. BYU-Hawaii, 62.5 points. 2. Grand Canyon, 62. 3. Hawaii Pacific, 59.5. 4. Dixie State, 52. 5. Hawaii-Hilo, 45.5. 6. Academy of Art, 41. 7. NDNU, 30.5. 8. Chaminade, 28.5. 9. Dominican, 23.5.

 

CALENDAR

TODAY

Banquet
Hawaii-Hilo:
All-sports, 5:30 a.m., UHH Gym.

Internet radio
PacWest Magazine:
10 a.m., pacificwestsports.tv.

Radio
UHH Vulcan Update:
11:15 a.m., 850-AM.
HPU Sports Beat: 2 p.m., 1500-AM

 

THURSDAY

Radio
UHH Vulcan Update:
11:15 a.m., 850-AM.

 

FRIDAY

Baseball
PacWest:
Academy of Art at Hawaii Pacific, 5 p.m., Hans L'Orange Field.

 

SATURDAY

Baseball
PacWest:
Academy of Art at Hawaii Pacific (2), 2 p.m., Hans L'Orange Field

Softball
PacWest:
Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii Pacific (2), noon, Howard Okita Field.

 

SUNDAY

Baseball
PacWest:
Academy of Art at Hawaii Pacific (2), noon, Hans L'Orange.

Softball
PacWest:
Hawaii-Hilo at Chaminade (2), Central Oahu Regional Park.






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