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Wichita State ends Hawaii’s winning streak


  • Hawaii third baseman Collin Bennett catches the ball as Wichita State base runner Casey Gillaspie slides into third base at a college baseball game at Les Murakami Stadium in Manoa. Gillaspie was called safe.
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    UH third baseman Collin Bennett fields a ground ball and makes the play to first for an out in the 5th inning of a college baseball game at Les Murakami Stadium in Manoa today.
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    Hawaii's Zack Swasey scores ahead of the throw to Wichita State catcher Ryan Hege in the second inning of a college baseball game at Les Murakami Stadium in Manoa.
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    Hawaii's Breland Almadova gets a base hit in the third inning of a college baseball game against Wichita State at Les Murakami Stadium in Manoa.

  • Hawaii relief pitcher Lawrence Chew throws duringa college baseball game against Wichita State today at Les Murakami Stadium in Manoa.
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    Hawaii's Zack Swasey slides and scores ahead of the throw to Wichita State catcher Ryan Hege in the 2nd inning of a college baseball game at Les Murakami Stadium in Manoa today,
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Garrett Bayliff went 2-for-5 with a double and an RBI and Dayne Parker added an RBI single in the third as Wichita State held off Hawaii 4-2 in the series finale on Sunday at Les Murakami Stadium.

Kaeo Aliviado singled twice and dorve in a run and Zack Swasey doubled, tripled and scored once for Hawaii (9-4), which had its eight-game winning streak snapped.

Kris Gardner (2-0) allowed two runs on five hits in six innings to earn the win for the Shockers (6-6). Cale Elam worked the final 2 1/3 innings, striking out Joe Goldenberg to end the game.

David Longville (1-1) allowed four runs on five hits in 2 1/3 innings to take the loss. Freshman Lawrence Chew allowed only two hits over the final 6 1/3 scoreless innings.

Next up for Hawaii is a four-game series against Central Michigan beginning Wednesday.

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