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UC Irvine sweeps Hawaii

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 03:06 p.m. HST, Apr 07, 2013



Andrew Morales took a perfect game into the seventh inning and won for the seventh time in as many starts as UC Irvine completed a three-game sweep of Hawaii with a 9-0 victory on Sunday at Anteater Ballpark in Irvine, Calif.

Andre Real led off the seventh with a pinch-hit single off Morales (7-0), who struck out six in seven innings.

UC Irvine (20-8, 3-3 Big West) held Hawaii to four hits for the third time in the series, handing the Rainbows (7-21, 2-4) their fourth straight loss.

Matt Cooper (2-3) allowed six runs — three earned — on five hits in three innings to take the loss.

Taylor Sparks hit two home runs and drove in five runs to lead UC Irvine.

Hawaii is 1-7 away from home this season.

UH plays a nonconference game at No. 10 UCLA on Tuesday at 3 p.m. Hawaii time.






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PokeStop wrote:
Trap and his UH program are a joke! Ben Jay has a tough decision this year, should he fire Trapasso, Arnold, and Wade. All three have been worthless to the UH program. What kind of players has Trap recruited to UH: Hanawahine, Young, Kamoe, Baldwin, Alivaido, Kitamura, Arakawa, Chew, etc. these boys weren't recruited by any other school except UH. They're all weak and essentially D2 type of players. All the good local talent recently have departed the islands for better coaching and opportunities. Release them from their scholarships and recruit legitimate D1 talent. First we need a new head coach!
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