The University of Hawaii baseball team swept a doubleheader with the New York Institute of Technology on Saturday at Les Murakami Stadium, with a pair of shutouts, winning the first game 1-0 and the second 11-0.
The Rainbow Warriors improved to 18-25, while the Bears fell to 4-39.
In the opener, Stephen Ventimilia drove in the game's lone run with a third-inning sacrifice fly.
Scott Squier (4-4) pitched a seven-inning complete game for the Rainbow Warriors, striking out seven batters while allowing three hits and a walk.
Jake Axley (0-4) pitched all seven innings for NYIT.
In the second game, UH got a seven-hitter from Scott Kuzminsky (4-5). David Plotkin (1-6) took the loss.
Marc Flores and Trevor Podratz each drove in two runs for the Rainbow Warriors in the nightcap, and Kaeo Ailiviado had three hits.
Hawaii will try to sweep the four-game series today.