HONOLULU - The University of Hawaii baseball team and Central Michigan split a doubleheader on Saturday at Les Murakami Stadium to close their four-game series.
The Rainbows won the opener 2-1, then dropped the second game 3-1. The teams split the series as well.
In the seven-inning opener, Scott Squier (3-1) pitched four scoreless innings for the win. David Longville came on to toss 2 2/3 innings of relief and Brent Harrison closed it out to earn his second save.
UH scored runs on Max Duval's double in the third inning and Piikea Kitamura's sacrifice fly in the sixth.
Rick Dodridge (1-2) pitched a complete game for the Chippewas.
Rainbows starter Lawrence Chew (0-1) lasted just 2 1/3 innings in the second game before freshman Kyle Dowdy came on and pitched the rest of the game, striking out 12.
Ryan Longstreth (2-1) picked up the win for Central Michigan (6-9), and Patrick Kaminska earned his first save of the season.
The Rainbows (11-6) next play San Francisco in the final series of their 21-game home-stand. The four-game set starts on Thursday.