The Chaminade Athletic Department has gotten off to a rough start, with fall sports combining for a record of six wins and 34 losses.
The cross country men’s and women’s teams have been in action since early September, partaking in four events as of this writing. In the first event at the Hawaii Pacific Invitational, the men finished sixth while the women finished seventh.
In the second meet, the University of Hawaii Big Wave Invitational, the men finished fourth while the women finished fifth. Chaminade hosted the third event of the season, the Chaminade Invitational, where the men finished fourth and the women finished eighth. The fourth event of the season was the UH-Hilo Invitational, with the men and women both finishing fifth. The teams are preparing for the Pac West Conference Championships on Oct. 31.
The men’s and women’s soccer teams have combined for a record of 2–18. The first win this season came in the men’s first game of the season, against Upper Iowa University, with a score of 1-0. The second win came in the men’s recent road trip to the mainland against Academy of Arts, 4-2. The women are winless on the season 0-10.
The women’s volleyball team got off to a rocky start and things have not smoothed out. The team has a record of four wins and 16 losses, helped by two recent wins against Westminster College Oct. 10 and Dominican Oct. 14 in the McCabe Gym. The team has a new coach and several new players and look to improve their record with only five games left this season.
All of the fall sports are approaching the final games and meets in their season. Postseason action is a goal for every team, and the only fall athletes that can reach it are runners on the cross country team.
With fall sports winding down, that means that winter sports are right around the corner.