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Rainbows couldn't back up their solid starting pitching

By Dave Reardon

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 26, 2014

~~<p>Even if a monsoon or a blizzard hit Manoa on Saturday there would have been no choice. Considering the way the University of Hawaii baseball team gave the game away Friday, there was no way it could stand as the season finale &mdash; as emblematic of the season as it is.</p>
<p>In the end, the Rainbow Warriors finally got a break and the weather cleared up enough for ace Matt Cooper to get his final start. He was close to his best and helped UH craft a solid 5-1 victory to finish up a disappointing 22-31 season on a high note.</p>
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Even if a monsoon or a blizzard hit Manoa on Saturday there would have been no choice. Considering the way the University of Hawaii baseball team gave the game away Friday, there was no way it could stand as the season finale — as emblematic of the season as it is.

In the end, the Rainbow Warriors finally got a break and the weather cleared up enough for ace Matt Cooper to get his final start. He was close to his best and helped UH craft a solid 5-1 victory to finish up a disappointing 22-31 season on a high note. Login for more...



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