The University of Hawaii baseball team was shut out by Cal State Fullerton for the second game in a row, losing 3-0 on Sunday at Murakami Stadium.
Grahamm Wiest (7-2) allowed two hits over eight innings with five strikeouts for the Titans (36-7, 12-3 Big West), who are ranked No. 4 in the nation by Baseball America. Michael Lorenzen pitched a perfect ninth for the save.
Cal State Fullerton won the series 3-1.
Lorenzen, who started in center field, batted 3-for-4 and Matt Chapman scored twice and drove in a run for the Titans.
Marc Flores singled in the second and Kalei Hanawahine had an infield single in the fifth for the Rainbows (9-29, 4-11), who have been shut out seven times this season.
Hawaii's Corey MacDonald (4-5) allowed three runs over eight innings.
The Rainbows' next seven games will be on the road, starting Friday against Pacific.