The University of Hawaii baseball team set a season high for runs and recorded its most lopsided win of the season on Friday, defeating New York Institute of Technology 17-1 at Les Murakami Stadium.
Matt Cooper and Eric Gleese combined on a one-hitter with 15 strikeouts for the Rainbow Warriors (16-25).
The lone hit for the Bears (4-37) came on Joshua Canabal's infield single in the fourth.
Cooper (4-4) worked the first five innings and Gleese earned his second save.
Marc Flores homered and had four RBIs for UH and Jordan Richartz scored three runs.
John Duggan (0-7) allowed seven runs - five earned - in 3 1/3 innings.
The teams are scheduled to play a doubleheader today.