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University of Hawaii baseball team pounds UC Davis to take series

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    Hawaii outfielder Daylen Calicdan (21) connected for a double in the eighth inning driving in Hawaii infielder Ethan Lopez (9) from second base during a game between the UC Davis Aggies and the University of Hawaii Rainbow Warriors played todayat Les Murakami Stadium, Manoa, Hawaii. Hawaii won 13-6.

The Hawaii baseball team pounded out 15 hits en route to a 13-6 rout of UC Davis today at Les Murakami Stadium.

By winning two of this three-game set, the Rainbow Warriors won a series for the second time this season.

Daylen Calicdan went 5-for-5 and catcher Tyler Murray was 3-for-3 to help the ’Bows improve to 13-17 overall and 3-3 in the Big West. The Aggies fell to 10-14 and 3-3.

The ’Bows seized a 3-0 lead in the second inning. After the Aggies scored single runs in the fifth and sixth innings, the ’Bows answered with three in the bottom of the sixth and five in the seventh. In that three-run sixth, Calicdan, Dallas Duarte, Murray and Tyler Best hit back-to-back-to-back-to-back doubles.

In 6 2/3 innings, Logan Pouelsen spaced eight hits but did not issue a walk to improve to 2-0.

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