Hawaii Beat | Sports Hawaii Beat By Star-Advertiser staff Feb. 29, 2012 Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! Read more Mahalo for reading the Honolulu Star-Advertiser! You're reading a premium story. Read the full story with our Print & Digital Subscription. Subscribe Now Read this story for free: Watch an ad or complete a survey Log In Already a subscriber? Log in now to continue reading this story. Activate Digital Account Print subscriber but without online access? Activate your Digital Account now. Hawaii’s Moore eliminated from Roxy Pro Defending world champion Carissa Moore of Honolulu was eliminated from the Roxy Pro Snapper Rocks surf contest on Australia’s Gold Coast on Tuesday. Moore, who won her opening-round heat, placed third in round three and won again in round four before losing in the quarterfinals to Tyler Wright of Australia. Moore’s two-wave score of 13.47 fell short of Wright’s 18.03. Moore finished equal fifth. Hawaii’s Malia Manuel also finished equal fifth, falling in the quarterfinals to Australia’s Sally Fitzgibbons, 17.00 to12.00. Manuel won her first- and third-round heats earlier this week. Coco Ho of Hawaii finished second in her first-round heat and then lost in the second round to Sarah Mason of New Zealand. In the men’s event, the Quiksilver Pro, Hawaii’s John John Florence and Fred Patacchia were eliminated in the third round earlier this week. Florence fell to Adrian Buchan of Australia, 16.03 to 13.60, and Patacchia lost to 11-time world champ Kelly Slater of Florida, 16.36 to 12.40. UHH finishes sixth in golf tournament Hawaii-Hilo finished in sixth place at the St. Edward’s Invitational women’s golf tournament on Tuesday at the Grey Rock Golf Course in Austin, Texas. The Vulcans ended up at 653 for the two-day tournament, 47 shots behind first-place Tarleton State (Texas). UHH’s Kristen Sawada tied for 17th place at 162, 15 strokes behind medalist Spencer Heller of Sonoma State. Sueda is PacWest player of week Hawaii-Hilo’s Aisha Sueda was picked as the Pacific West Conference softball player of the week. Sueda led the Vulcans to a 5-1 record in six games against Cal State Stanislaus. She went 9-for-18 with a homer and nine RBIs. Hawaii Pacific drops Chaminade in tennis Hawaii Pacific defeated Chaminade 9-0 in women’s tennis on Tuesday at Central Oahu Regional Park. Zora Vickova, Vivian Hansen, Magdalena Smejova , Ielyzaveta Rybakova, Lea Kruse-Untermann and Carrie Shuler all won in singles and doubles for the Sea Warriors (4-1). Chaminade dropped to 4-3. Previous Story Best of the PacWest Next Story Mayweather says Pacquiao 'not one of the sharpest'