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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Sunday, October 29, 2006

ISLE FILE
ISLE FILE
Martin lifts HPU past Chaminade

Advertiser Staff

Barbara Martin had 19 kills, nine digs and nine blocks to lift Hawai'i Pacific to a 34-32, 30-27, 30-27 victory over Chaminade in a Pacific West Conference women's volleyball match last night at McCabe Gym.

HPU is 7-15 overall and 4-9 in the PacWest. Chaminade is 17-5 and 11-3.

Trina Kauliakamoa led the Silverswords with 13 kills and nine digs.

UH-HILO LOSES ON ROAD

Marissa Miller had 18 kills and Notre Dame de Namur had 14 aces en route to an 18-30, 30-23, 30-26, 30-19 victory over Hawai'i-Hilo in a PacWest women's volleyball match at Belmont, Calif.

Notre Dame de Namur is 13-21 overall and 2-12 in the PacWest. UH-Hilo is 5-17 and 3-10.

Taina Savage led UH-Hilo with 26 kills.


SOCCER

BYUH WOMEN LOSE, 1-0

Hope Siffert scored at 48 minutes in the second half to lift Notre Dame de Namur to a 1-0 victory over Brigham Young-Hawai'i in a Pacific West Conference women's soccer match yesterday at La'ie.

BYUH finished the regular season 12-4 overall and 8-2 in the PacWest. Notre Dame de Namur, the conference champion, is 12-6-2 and 9-0-1.

In a PacWest men's match, Anthony Putrus scored two goals to help Notre Dame de Namur defeat BYUH, 3-1, in the regular season finale at La'ie. The Argos are 13-5-2 and 9-1-0. BYUH finished 7-6-1 and 5-4-1.

See other scores in For the Record.

CROSS COUNTRY



UH EIGHTH IN WAC

Chantelle Laan of the University of Hawai'i finished 13th and the Rainbow Wahine were eighth in the nine-team Western Athletic Conference women's cross country championships yesterday at Fresno, Calif.

Laan, UH's top finisher, completed the 5-kilometer course in 18 minutes, 19.6 seconds. Rhea Richter of Idaho won the race in 17:33.2.

Utah State won the team title with 63 points, followed by Nevada with 70. UH scored 192.


SWIMMING

RAINBOW WAHINE WIN

The University of Hawai'i women won the 200-yard freestyle relay the final event of the day to defeat UC Santa Barbara, 148-143, yesterday at Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Complex.