HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - For the first time since being swept by Michigan in early March, the University of Hawaii baseball team has dropped a season series.
Cal Poly topped Hawaii 5-2 on Sunday afternoon to steal the series from the 'Bows and drop U.H. down to third in the Big West conference.
Alex Hatch opened the game on the mound for Hawaii, allowing 3 runs on 5 hits over 6 innings of work. He was replaced after allowing a pair of runs in the decisive sixth inning and took the loss for Hawaii.
Matt LoCoco and Alex Fitchett each batted in a run for the 'Bows.
Hawaii's next seven games are set to take place away from Les Murakami Stadium, starting with a series against CSUN beginning on Friday.