HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Adam Hurley had three hits, Quintin Torres-Costa picked up a win in four and two-thirds innings of scoreless relief and the University of Hawaii Rainbow Warrior baseball team completed a series sweep with a 4-2 win over the New York Institute of Technology on Sunday at Les Murakami Stadium.
LJ Brewster batted 2-4 including a run-scoring double in the fifth inning to give the 'Bows (19-25) their first lead. Austin Wobrock had a pair of hits and Tyler Young added a hit, a run, and one RBI.
The Bears jumped on Gordon Cardenas early who had earned his first career start. Joe Daru (2 H, 1 R) opened the game with a base hit then later scored on a 2-RBI double by Anthony Martelli (1 H, 2 R) and NYIT had a 2-0 lead after its half of the first inning.
The 'Bows tied the game with a run each in the third and fourth innings. Young scored in the third on a sac fly by Kaeo Aliviado (1 R, 1 RBI) then was issued a bases-loaded walk one inning later.
UH took its first lead of the game when run-scoring hits in the fifth inning by Hurley and Brewster put the 'Bows ahead 4-2.
Cardenas was lifted for Quintin Torres-Costa (3-2) after recording two outs in the second inning. Juliene Jones worked three perfect innings for his second save.
JP Lipovac (0-7) was hit with the loss for NYIT (4-40), allowing three earned runs on six hits in four and two-thirds innings of work.