NDNU upsets Hawaii Pacific
Christin Villamayor slammed 20 kills and had 22 digs to lead Notre Dame de Namur (Belmont, Calif.) to a 25-22, 19-25, 25-17, 13-25, 15-13 upset of Hawaii Pacific last night at St. Andrew’s Priory gym.
Paulina Akiona added 14 kills for the Argonauts (6-14, 4-9 Pacific West Conference).
Three players had double-digit kills for the Sea Warriors (16-5, 10-4) — Natasha Bell (16), Kelly Balanay (13) and Courtney Curran (12).
Chaminade shut out on road
Jordan Roylance scored a goal in each half to lead Dixie State to a 2-0 win over Chaminade yesterday in St. George, Utah.
Goalie Hayes Sperry had four saves for the Silverswords (0-11-1, 1-12-1) in the loss to the Red Storm (7-8-1, 6-5-1).
In the later women’s match, conference saves leader Marissa Minor made 10 stops, but it wasn’t enough as Dixie State blanked Chaminade 6-0.
The Silverswords dropped to 2-9 and 2-10, while the Red Storm, with five second-half goals, improved to 10-6 and 7-5.
UHH in second at Rose Invitational
Hawaii-Hilo is in second place at 4-over 580, two strokes behind Cal State Monterey Bay (2-over 582) after two rounds of the Dennis Rose Intercollegiate golf tournament at the Waikoloa Beach Course.
Hawaii Pacific (25-over 601) is in eighth out of 11 teams, and Brigham Young-Hawaii (46-over 622) is in 10th.
Individually, the Sea Warriors’ Ale Radice-Fossati is in second place at 5-under 139, one shot behind leader Scott Yeakel (6-under 140) of Cal State Monterey Bay, who fired a second-round 66 yesterday.
Gilmore surfs to fourth world title
Australia’s Stephanie Gilmore beat Hawaii’s Carissa Moore in the Rip Curl Pro Search final yesterday in Puerto Rico.
The event victory catapulted Gilmore to her fourth Association of Surfing Professionals women’s World Tour title.