ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. -- If Hawaii Pacific (22-0) has anything to say, Florida will lose its title as the "sunshine state." For the second consecutive day, rain and lightning delayed the match for hours but it didn't matter as HPU rolled to a 5-0 win against Southwest Baptist (13-10).

Final Recap Gallery
Maloof: West Florida takes hard road to title
Final: West Florida wins matchup of unbeaten teams
Semifinal Recap
Maloof: West Florida brings the noise
Semis: Hawaii Pacific handles Barry to advance
Semis: Savi clinches West Fla.'s trip to final
Maloof: Hawaii Pacific outlasts weather delays
Quarterfinal Recap
Quarters: Barry advances by Concordia (N.Y.)
Quarters: West Florida sets up semifinals rematch
Quarters: Armstrong Atl. returns to semifinals
Quarters: Hawaii Pacific throttles SW Baptist
Round of 16 Recap
Round of 16: Concordia wins | Barry moves on
Round of 16: SW Baptist survives | Hawaii Pacific sweeps
Round of 16: Armstrong moves on | Midwestern St. wins
Round of 16: NW Missouri St. wins | West Fla. advances
Maloof: After delays, teams rebound to advance
Maloof: Florida powerhouses lead field for Round of 16
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The doubles team of Jaume Martinez-Vich and Mattis Wetzel was literally perfect at second doubles winning 8-0 to move its mark to 22-0 on the season. At third doubles, Yann Renault and Adriano Locorotondo doubled up the competition with an 8-4 win to put HPU in control. The doubles team of Petr Michnev and Thilbaud Berland completed the Sea Warrior sweep with a hard-fought 8-5 win at first doubles.

HPU's depth really showed through in singles play. Both Locorotondo and Clemens Graute throttled their opponents 6-0, 6-0 at fourth and fifth singles to end the match. Renault, Wetzel and Berland all won the first set of their matches before played was halted.