Rodrigues takes front rotation against Fresno
Koloa’s Mark Rodrigues, who had been the second-game starter for the University of Hawai‘i Rainbow baseball team, moves up to the front rotation in the three-game series against Fresno State.
Rodrigues holds a record of 6-2 and a 3.05 ERA in 62.0 innings, striking out 27 with only five walks, one complete game and one combined shutout.
The Bulldogs are tied atop the conference standings with Louisiana Tech at 6-3, a game ahead of the Hawai‘i. Hawai‘i and Fresno State were the pre-season picks to win the conference.
Hawai‘i fell in their midweek game at Pacific, as the Tigers came back in the bottom of the eighth to earn the 4-3 victory. They are now 2-2 thus far on the current road trip.
Don Robbs of Sports Radio 1420 AM will broadcast all the baseball games live.
Tennis referee training coming up
Tennis referee training will be taking place on April 28 by Bill Liston.
All interested people wanting to learn how to become a tennis referee are welcome.
Referees and volunteers for court and deck positions for the Senior Sectionals will be needed and can benefit from this training. The Senior Sectionals will take place May 26 to 28.
For more information on this Kaua‘i District Tennis Association event, call Carolyn at 245-9661, or Laurie at 826-1476.