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Softball 'Bows split games against Stanford, Coastal Carolina

Hawaii falls to Stanford, 13-4, before winning late game against Coastal Carolina Hawaii falls to Stanford, 13-4, before winning late game against Coastal Carolina
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

The Rainbow Wahine softball team split a pair of games in the Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament on Friday, falling to Stanford but defeating Coastal Carolina in an afternoon doubleheader.

Having lost to Coastal Carolina on Thursday night, the Stanford Cardinal got back into the win column with a 13-4 victory against Hawaii in the day's early game, scoring multiple runs in 5 of 7 innings. Shortstop Kylie Sorensen notched game-highs in both runs and RBIs for the Cardinal.

Rainbow Wahine pitcher Jennifer Iseri won her first start of the year in the second game, allowing two runs on six hits in an extended eight inning's worth of work. Shortstop Bre Ojala scored two of Hawaii's three runs, as the 'Bows topped the Chanticleers, 3-2.

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