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Kaylee Norborikawa, editor

Cross country teams earn Academic All-American Honors

After a successful 2006 season, HPU’s cross country team continues to shine. Recently both teams were honored with Academic All-American honors; both teams represented HPU at the regional championships in November. To become an Academic All-American, athletes must have individual GPAs above 3.0, an overall team average above 3.0. [More]


HPU’s cross country teams help out at the Metric Century Ride in fall 2006. From left to right: Leanne Galanti, Kevin Enriques, Geoffrey Dunn, Charissa Buchanan, Louise Brasen, Elizabeth Johnson, Wendy Darling, Elin Soto-Thompson, Quinn Horochuk, Esben Dalgaard, Brandon Laan, Todd Iacovelli, Inga Buerger, Doug Higgins, and Christian Friis.

Courtesy Christian Friis

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Seasiders sweep HPU tennis, 4-5, 0-9

Despite their national rankings, the HPU men’s and women’s tennis teams were unable to pull off an underdog victory against higher-ranked Brigham Young University-Hawai‘i, as the Seasiders swept the Sea Warriors 4-5, 0-9. [More]


Henrik Bode

Courtesy HPU Athletics

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Strong winds hold HPU to second place
by Kaylee Noborikawa, Sports editor

Strong breezes helped keep the HPU men’s golf team in second place for its season opener Feb. 28 at Turtle Bay Palmer Golf Course. The Sea Warriors fell short to host Brigham Young University-Hawai‘i, 327-331. Chaminade University placed third with a combined 361.

The breezy trade winds were an obstacle for all golfers, with only two people breaking 80.
BYUH’s Kyle Kunioka led the way for the Seasiders, hitting 77 and five-over par. Alika Meeks finished first for the Sea Warriors with 80 strokes and eight-over par, followed by HPU’s Dustin Krueger and Brian Keller.

On March 2, the Sea Warriors returned to Kahuku but fell short again to the BYUH Seasiders, by five strokes, 307-302. HPU placed second, with Malone College finishing third with 308, and Chaminade fourth with 332 strokes.

Spencer Adkins of BYUH placed first individually, hitting 71, one-under par. HPU trailed close behind with Keller and Chris Hohol placing second and third, respectively.

The third time proved to be the charm, when the Sea Warriors took first place on March 7 at Turtle Bay Palmer Golf Course.

HPU edged past BYUH and CU with a team score of 317. The Sea Warriors were led by Keller, who shot a 75, three-over par.

Following road trips to California and Kaua‘i, HPU will face BYUH and CU at Turtle Bay on March 21.

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HPU Athletics Scorebox
Women’s softball

March 6
Hawai‘i Pacific, 9
Notre Dame de Namur, 1

Hawai‘i Pacific, 8
Notre Dame de Namur, 4

March 7
Hawai‘i Pacific, 6
Notre Dame de Namur, 3

Hawai‘i Pacific, 8
Notre Dame de Namur, 0

March 10
Hawai‘i Pacific, 10
Brigham Young-Hawaii, 5

Hawai‘i Pacific, 8
Brigham Young-Hawaii, 2

Men’s baseball

March 7
Hawai‘i Pacific, 5
Grand Canyon, 4

Hawai‘i Pacific, 5
Grand Canyon, 4

March 8
Hawai‘i Pacific, 4
Grand Canyon, 2

Hawai‘i Pacific, 9
Grand Canyon, 2

March 9
Grand Canyon, 14
Hawai‘i Pacific, 2

Women’s tennis

March 9
Hawai‘i Pacific, 6
UH-Hilo, 1

March 10
Hawai‘i Pacific, 9
Chaminade, 0

March 11
Hawai‘i Pacific, 7
Cleveland State, 0

Men’s tennis

March 9
Hawai‘i Pacific, 6
UH-Hilo, 1

March 11
Hawai‘i Pacific, 6
Cleveland State, 1

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Lady Blazers end HPU winning streak

Seventh–ranked Valdosta State University put a stop to the Lady Sea Warrior’s 13-game winning streak by splitting a non-conference doubleheader at Kailua High School on March 11. [More]


Jessica Adolph


Lehua Yap

Courtesy HPU Athletics

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Doyle retires, Liedtke new head coach

After leading the HPU men’s soccer team for more than a decade, Frank Doyle announced his retirement as head coach on Feb. 8. Doyle has coached at HPU for 12 years and led the Sea Warriors to an 8-7-2 record in the 2006 season. [More]


Frank Doyle


Scott Liedtke

Courtesy HPU Athletics

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HPU baseball splits 4-3 against GCU

HPU (7-8) won four of a seven-game series, March 6-10 against the Antelopes of Grand Canyon University (11-10) at Central O‘ahu Regional Park in Waipio. [More]

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