HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The University of Hawaii baseball team didn't have much trouble getting runners on base against Chicago State on Thursday, but they had plenty of trouble hitting once they got there.
Twelve Hawaii baserunners, most of them having arrived there by way of being walked, were left on base against the Cougars, with the 'Bows going 0-10 from the plate with runners on base. Chicago State won, 1-0.
The 'Bows were 0-6 with runners in scoring position.
CSU's Jake Perkins threw nearly 130 pitches in 7 innings against Hawaii, blanking the 'Bows on two hits while walking six. Hawaii's Brendan Hornung (2-4) took his fourth loss of the year on the mound.