HONOLULU - Breland Almadova had an inside-the-park home run and missed the cycle by a triple as the University of Hawaii baseball team completed a five-game sweep of Wagner with a 19-3 victory Sunday at Maehara Stadium.
Kaeo Aliviado had four hits for UH and reached base on all six of his trips to the plate, with two runs and two RBIs.
The Rainbows (6-3) set a season high for runs - their previous best was nine, in the opener of the series against the Seahawks (0-5).
Corey MacDonald (1-0) earned the win in his first start of the season, allowing one run in five innings.
Wagner starter Nick Pavia (0-1) allowed seven runs, four earned, while getting just one out. The Seahawks committed six errors in the game - three by third baseman Tommy Higgins - and gave up eight unearned runs.
Hawaii will begin a four-game home series against Wichita State on Thursday.