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UH baseball struggles, gets whipped by Pacific

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Pacific pounded 16 hits against eight Hawaii pitchers for a 10-1 baseball victory today at Klein Family Field in Stockton, Calif.

For UH, it was supposed to be a nonconference bridge game between Big West road series against UC Irvine this past weekend and UC Davis this coming weekend. Instead, the ’Bows were left to ponder a starting pitcher who continues to struggle and an offense that went silent two days after the most productive showing as a Big West member.

It was the fourth underwhelming start in a row for left-hander Dominic DeMiero, who exited with a 3-0 deficit after allowing six hits and a walk to 11 batters.

The Tigers ended the drama with a seven-run sixth against three UH pitchers.

Pacific improved to 11-16. The ’Bows, who fell to 16-10, open a three-game series at UC Davis on Friday.

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