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BaseBows sweep over Wright State in doubleheader

The College of Hawaii ball club returned against Wright State on Saturday with a breadth of their doubleheader at Les Murakami Arena.

UH took game one with a last score of 5-4 with Hawaii having the 3-1 lead in the 6th inning, however a three-run homer from WSU’s Gehrig Anglin gave them the lead.

Hawaii’s Jacob Igawa’s single up the center in the seventh inning scored Stone Miyao and took the game to additional innings — game one of the DH as planned to be seven innings.

Jared Quandt would triumph when it’s all said and done the final say regarding game one, a stroll off twofold in the lower part of the eighth got the principal triumph.

In the subsequent game, the BaseBows ruled the Marauders 12-2 because of Baldwin Alum Ben Zeigler-Namoa who went three-for-three at the plate with two duplicates and a homer — Quandt added his very own homer in this game.

UH’s Tai Atkins got the success on the hill for game one in the wake of pitching a scoreless first inning. In game two, Harrison Bodendorf acquired the success in alleviation with 2.1 scoreless innings.

The longest on the hill on Saturday was Randy Abshier subsequent to contributing 3.1 innings game one.

Hawaii hopes to get the series prevail upon Wright State on Sunday.

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