‘Bows Baseball hits the road to face San Francisco

The University of Hawaii baseball team will depart to Moraga, Calif. to play their first road game of the season against University of San Francisco on Feb. 26-28.

The Rainbow Warriors opened up the first two weeks of their season in Hawaii splitting their opening weekend at UH-Hilo and falling to New Mexico, 1-3, last weekend at Les Murakami Stadium.

Hawaii is led by senior shortstop, Jacob Sheldon-Collins, who leads the team with a .385 average and shares the team-high five RBI. Also helping the Rainbow Warriors out is senior center fielder, Matt LoCoco, who has already hit two triples a home run. Taking charge of the pitching mound will be junior, Brendan Hornung, who has pitched a team-high 11 innings, striking out nine and walking six.

Hawaii will face USF for the first time four years, leading the overall series 15-12 against the Dons.

The Rainbow Warriors will play the Dons in a Friday morning opener with first pitch set for 10 a.m. HT. Saturday’s game will be 12 p.m. HT and Sunday’s game at 11 a.m HT. at Louis Guisto Field.

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