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Tracking Hawaii’s athletes

    T.C. Campbell, a Kamehameha alumnus, set a Pacific (Ore.) school record with 405 passing yards in a 44-42 loss to Menlo.


» New Mexico State freshman quarterback Andrew Manley (Leilehua ’10) finished 20-for-40 for 216 yards and a touchdown in a 41-20 loss to Louisiana Tech on Saturday. Manley also rushed for 27 yards on nine carries and B.J. Adolpho (Kahuku ’05) had a team-high 13 tackles for the Aggies.

» Notre Dame sophomore Manti Te’o (Punahou ’09) had nine tackles and a sack and Robby Toma (Punahou ’09) had a 5-yard reception in a 28-3 win over Utah on Saturday.

» Texas Tech linebacker Sam Fehoko (Farrington ’07) had six tackles and a quarterback hurry in a 45-7 loss to Oklahoma on Saturday.

» Oregon State safety Suaesi Tuimaunei (Kahuku ’06) had seven tackles and Brandon Hardin (Kamehameha ’07) had four tackles and a forced fumble in a 31-14 loss to Washington State on Saturday.

» Oregon State senior offensive lineman Wilder McAndrews (Kamehameha ’06) and defensive back Brandon Hardin (Kamehameha ’07) were named to the Pac-10 all-academic second team yesterday. Beavers receiver Aaron Nichols (Kamehameha ’06) earned honorable mention honors.

» Colorado senior linebacker Michael Sipili (Damien ’06) returned a fumble 45 yards for a touchdown and finished with five tackles, including two for loss, and a sack in a 34-14 win over Iowa State on Saturday. Senior B.J. Beatty (Kahuku ’06) added two tackles, including a sack, for the Buffaloes.

» California defensive tackle Aaron Tipoti (Word of Life ’08) assisted on four tackles in a 15-13 loss to No. 1 Oregon on Saturday.

» Idaho’s Kama Bailey (Damien ’08) rushed for 92 yards, averaging 13.1 yards per carry, and had three catches for 17 yards in a 52-14 loss to Boise State on Friday. Linebacker Robert Siavii (Leilehua ’08) tied for the team lead with 8 1/2 tackles and Conrad Scheidt (Kamehameha ’09) added 2 1/2 tackles and a sack.

» Navy junior Aaron Santiago (Kapolei ’07) scored on an 18-yard touchdown run and finished with 60 rushing yards and 26 receiving yards in a 38-37 win over Central Michigan on Saturday.

» Cornell freshman Geoffrey Miller (Punahou ’10) finished with a team-high nine tackles in a 47-7 loss to Coe College. Miller finished the season second on the team with 90 tackles and fourth with eight sacks.

» Western Oregon freshman Lucas Gonsalves (Saint Louis ’09) was named the Great Northwest Athletic Conference player of the week yesterday. Gonsalves had 128 return yards, including a 64-yard punt return to set up a fourth-quarter touchdown in a 21-16 loss to Central Washington on Saturday. Senior linebacker Jared Silva-Purcell (Saint Louis ’06) had five tackles, including one for loss, in the win for the Wildcats.

» Pacific (Ore.) quarterback T.C. Campbell (Kamehameha ’10) set a school record with 405 passing yards and tied another with five touchdowns in a 44-42 loss to Menlo (Calif.) on Saturday. Campbell completed 25 of 35 passes, and receiver Jordan Fukumoto (Saint Louis ’10) had seven receptions for 180 yards and three scores. The other two touchdowns went to London Amorin (Island Pacific ’10), who had six catches for 125 yards.

» St. Joseph’s (Ind.) junior Kenneth Rossi (Damien ’07) was selected to the Great Lakes Conference all-academic team on Nov. 9.



» UTEP freshman setter Malia Patterson (Punahou ’10) had 20 assists, four digs and a kill in a three-set loss to Tulsa on Friday.

» Pittsburgh senior Melanie Feldman (Punahou ’07) had 12 digs and two aces in her final home match, a three-game sweep of St. John’s (N.Y.) on Saturday.

» Stevens Institute of Technology senior Sara Budar (Punahou ’07) had 36 assists, eight digs and an ace in a five-set loss to New York University in a regional final of the NCAA tournament on Friday.

» Central Washington senior Brandie Vea (Kalani ’07) was named to the Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-academic team for the third time in her career last Wednesday.



» Trinity (Tex.) freshman Matt Feldman (Punahou ’10) scored eight points and grabbed a rebound in his collegiate debut, a 78-66 loss to Schreiner on Monday.



» Idaho junior Shaena Kuehu (Punahou ’08) finished with nine points, seven rebounds and two assists in 20 minutes of a 72-55 win over Eastern Oregon on Saturday.

» UNLV junior forward Jamie Smith (‘Iolani ’08) shot 5-for-11 from the field and finished with 14 points and 12 rebounds in a 76-42 win over Southern Utah on Friday.

» Pacific (Ore.) junior guard Kristen Corrales (Kailua ’08) was 2-for-3 from 3-point range and finished with a team-high 13 points in a 98-72 loss to Concordia (Calif.) on Monday. Sophomore Ashley Jacobs (Kailua ’09) added eight points, five rebounds and two assists for the Boxers.



» Penn State freshman Tani Costa (Kalani ’09) scored the only goal in a 1-0 victory over Penn on Friday in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Costa’s goal in the 71st minute was her ninth of the season, a team best. Costa assisted on the Nittany Lions’ only goal in a 2-1 loss to West Virginia in the second round on Sunday.

» Loyola Marymount senior midfielder Nickey Ha (‘Iolani ’07) earned honorable mention All-West Coast Conference honors.



» Willamette (Ore.) sophomore Amanda Tamanaha (St. Andrew’s Priory ’09) took 61st place in 24 minutes, 25.38 seconds and Linfield (Ore.) freshman Claire Hahn (Maryknoll ’10) was 110th in 26:30.94 at the NCAA Division III West Regional.

» Amherst (Mass.) senior Christina Wong (Punahou ’07) took 34th place in 23:27 at the NCAA Division III New England Regional.



» UCLA senior Brittany Beauchan (Punahou ’07) won the 100 breaststroke event in 1 minute, 1.72 seconds, then placed first in the 200 breaststroke with a season-best 2:13.47 in a dual match win over Arizona State on Friday.

» Marist (N.Y.) sophomore Chelaine Eliazar (Punahou ’09) swept both diving events, winning the 1-meter event with a 219 and posting a mark of 221.27 in the 3-meter event in a dual-meet win over Fairfield (Conn.). Stags junior Michelle Yoshida (Punahou ’08) also won two events in the meet.



» Princeton freshman goalkeeper Tyler Amina (Kamehameha ’10) made five saves in a 13-4 win over Gannon in the Southern Conference championships. The Tigers won the tourney.

» LMU senior driver Andrew Aki (Punahou ’06) three goals to lift the Lions to an 11-9 win over Long Beach State on Thursday.



» John Hopkins junior Lauren Chinn (Punahou ’08) had seven wins to lead Hopkins to wins over Cleveland State and Cal Tech last Tuesday.


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