The University of Hawaii pounded 13 hits, including Adam Fogel’s towering two-run homer, to rout San Jose State, 14-1, and sweep the four-game series at Les Murakami Stadium.
Fogel, who had two hits in two official at-bats on Sunday, was 9-for-12 with eight RBIs during the series.
Jackson Rees mixed a wind-aided fastball with a cutter to mystify the Spartans. Rees allowed five hits in eight innings to improve to 3-0. He said a crossing wind created a breaking path to his fastball.
The ’Bows, who are 15-8, play Nevada in a four-game series beginning on Thursday night.
The Spartans fell to 9-14.