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Yonie Espiritu, editor; Baxter Cepeda, associate editor

HPU men No. 1 Pac West tennis champs

The Division II No. 11-ranked HPU men’s tennis was crowned the first Pac West Conference Champions after upsetting No. 1 ranked Brigham Young University- Hawai‘i 5-1 in the conference championship match April 13 at Laie.

   

HPU's Anderson named Player of the Week

The Lady Sea Warriors own Mallory Anderson went 2-0 with a save in three appearances on March 23-24 to earn Pacific West Conference player-of-the-week honors.

   

Out of Bounds: Playing chess while running a marathon

The most popular sport in the world will be on one of the world’s biggest stages this summer. The 2002 World Cup, to be held for the first time ever in Korea and Japan, will be broadcast in more than 50 different countries, in 50 different languages. The most played sport in the world, and we here in the United States can only catch the really good games on pay-per-view. We live in a country with a free press, yet we have to learn from foreign students who won what game or who tied whom.

   

Familiar faces, different styles

 

   
   

 

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