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Kyle Galdeira and Flavia Brakling, editors

 
   
   

Tennis teams take season openers

The women’s and men’s tennis season just started and HPU tennis teams had their first challenge on February 14, when they played Chaminade at Hawai‘i Loa campus. Both HPU teams won, even though the 2005 men’s tennis roster included only four players.

   

Need a challenge?

Do your aspirations drive you to push your limits? If so, then are you ready to step up and face another challenge?

   

Professional soccer kicks off in Hawaii with exhibition match

Hawai‘i was treated to its first professional soccer game since 1977 when the D.C. United defeated the Los Angeles Galaxy 1-0 in the innagural Aloha Soccer Cup. The Feb. 27 exhibition match featured the two major league Soccer teams as they faced off at Aloha Stadium.

   

HPU takes three from Sonoma State

The HPU baseball team improved to 8-5 on the season after splitting a six-game series with California State University-Sonoma Feb. 17-19 at Ke‘ehi Lagoon Field. The visiting Seawolves had been ranked 20th in the nation amongst NCAA II teams coming into the series.

   

Basketball drops season's final games

HPU’s basketball team closed its season losing to the UH-Hilo Vulcans 71-61 Feb. 26 at Mid-Pacific Institute, and falling 62-54 to Grand Canyon University at the Blaisdell Arena Feb. 28.

   

New faces spark softball season opener

The Lady Sea Warrior softball team begins its 2005 season with many fresh new faces. HPU is currently 5-1 in the PacWest, after defeating Brigham Young University-Hawai‘i in a doubleheader Feb. 21, with almost an entirely new lineup.

   

 

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