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Warrior-Wahine Watch March 17


c Record: 2-15 overall (0-0 Big West)

Upcoming schedule

Wednesday, March 20

c Wichita State at Hawaii, 6:35 p.m.

Thursday, March 21

c Wichita State at Hawaii, 6:35 p.m.


c Hawaii 3, Syracuse 2 (12 innings): Pitching eight innings in relief, Kaia Parnaby set a single-game Hawaii record with 17 strikeouts, and Sharla Kliebenstein led off the bottom of the 12th with a walk-off homer as the Rainbow Wahine won the Chevron Spring Fling Tournament Saturday in Honolulu.

Parnaby, who pitched No. 20 Hawaii (22-7) to a 5-1 win over No. 19 Baylor earlier in the day, relieved Loie Kesterson in the fifth inning with the Rainbow Wahine trailing 1-0. She gave up just one hit and walked three batters, surrendering an unearned run in the fifth, when Shirley Daniels reached on an error and later scored from third on a wild pitch.

Hawaii tied the game in the bottom of the fifth, when Brynne Buchanan delivered a two-out single to center and walked home on Kelly Majam’s two-run homer.

Lindsay Taylor went the distance and took the loss for Syracuse (9-14). She gave up eight hits, striking out four batters and walking one.

Against the Bears (25-5), Parnaby (20-3) pitched her 21st complete game of the season, yielding a run on four hits. She struck out eight and walked none.

Majam broke a scoreless tie in the fifth with a two-run homer. The senior center fielder, who has nine homers this season, later drew a bases-loaded walk in a three-run sixth. Jazmine Zamora added an RBI single in the inning.

Upcoming schedule

Saturday, March 23

c Hawaii at Cal State Northridge (DH), 9 a.m.

Sunday, March 24

c Hawaii at Cal State Northridge, 9 a.m.


c Cal Baptist def. Hawaii 25-14, 24-26, 23-25, 15-13: Levi Cabral and Guilherme Koepp had 21 kills apiece, and the 12th-ranked Lancers rallied from a two sets to one deficit to beat the No. 10 Warriors Saturday in Riverside, Calif.

Cabral added 11 digs and hit .472 for Cal Baptist (10-11, 7-9 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation), which outhit Hawaii .372 to .319. With the Lancers leading 14-13 in Game 5, Cabral pounded home a kill to end the match.

Sinisa Zarkovic led Hawaii (7-14, 6-12) with 15 kills and nine digs but hit just .216.

Brooke Sedore added 14 kills with a .481 hitting percentage, and Jace Olsen had 10 kills and hit .474.

With Game 2 tied at 24, Sedore and Zarkovic recorded back-to-back kills. Olsen ended Game 3 with a kill.

Upcoming schedule

Friday, March 22

c Pacific at Hawaii, 7 p.m.

Saturday, March 23

c Pacific at Hawaii, 7 p.m.