Quintin Torres-Costa, Kodi Medeiros, David Nakamura … Cody Hirata.
There is a good chance that by that the time you read this, UH-Hilo’s first round match at the NCAA men’s tennis championships is already underway, or maybe even finished.
As expected, UH-Hilo softball’s team didn’t garner an invite to the NCAA Division II tournament Monday, remaining 10th in the West Region.
Phillip Steering looked skyward at a pop up in front of him down the line between first and home, called ball, camped underneath it and then, in his words, “Bang,” he was on the ground.
Jonathan Segovia will be a man of many hats Sunday.
It’s not uncommon for softball opponents to call timeout to talk damage control when UH-Hilo slugger Bailey Gaspar walks to the plate with runners on base.
The rise of UH-Hilo men’s tennis can now best be described as meteoric.
In some circles, any conference road win – no matter the opponent and no matter the circumstances – is a good win.
Kamehameha coach Andy Correa turned 52 on Friday, but he held off in celebrating a victory in the opener of the BIIF Division II baseball championship series.