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Ono ties for first, helps UH-Hilo finish second

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Randi Ono shot a 6-over-par 150 (73-77) to tie for medalist honors at the Southwest Minnesota State University Mustang Invitational and lead the University of Hawaii at Hilo to a second-place finish.

One-stroke behind Ono was Dayna Bersamin, who followed an opening-round 78 with a 73 to finish in third at 7-over-par 151.

Nicole Aoki was tied for 7th at 11-over-par 155 (78-77). Nyssa Aoki was tied for 44th (86-84–170, 25-over). Kiley Umeda was tied for 52nd place at 32-over-par 176 (86-90).

Augustana (SD) won the title in the 13-team tournament played at Marshall, Minn. Augustana finished with a 41-over-par 617.

UHH was at 626. They were followed by Gustavus (627), Minnesota State (632), Concordia-St. Paul and Wisconsin-Eau Claire (639), Winona State (656), Southwest Minnesota State (663), Manitoba (674), Bemidji State (715), Wayne State (752), MSU Moorhead (772) and Minnesota.

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Women

» Cross country: For the third time this season, Hawaii Pacific senior Frida Aspnas (Norrkoping, Sweden) has been selected the conference’s women’s cross country runner of the week. Aspnas won the Chaminade Invitational 5K race with a time of 18:31.75. HPU finished third in the event.

Men

» Cross country: Brigham Young-Hawaii senior Thomas Rivers Puzey has been chosen the men’s cross country runner of the week. Puzey won the Chaminade Invitational 8K race individual and led the Seasiders to a first-place finish at the event. Puzey’s time was 25:54.28.

» Soccer: Hawaii-Hilo sophomore goalkeeper Alex Parra has been selected men’s soccer player of the week. Parra posted a 2-0-0 record in two starts for the Vulcans with a 0.50 goals against average and a .917 save percentage. He registered 11 saves during the week and earned a 2-0 shutout win over Academy of Art on Sept. 22. He then halted nine shots on goal in a 2-1 win at Dominican (Calif.).

 

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