`Dogs Win Hawai'i Series
April 11, 2010
HONOLULU - The Fresno State baseball team won three of four games at Hawai'i and are first in the Western Athletic Conference standings. The Bulldogs lost their final game of the series, 4-0. The `Dogs are 20-13 this season and 3-1 in WAC.
Fresno State has played well on the road in 2010 and accumulated a road record of 9-4.
Other than half an inning in the second game, the last game of the series was the only time the Bulldogs trailed in the opening weekend of conference play.
The `Dogs recorded seven hits and outfielder Brennan Gowens went 3-for-3.
Danny Muno had the first hit of the game for the Bulldogs after hitting a single through the left side.
For the first time in the series, Hawaii scored first with two runs crossing home plate and taking the lead, 2-0.
In the second inning, Jordan Ribera recorded the second hit of the game with a leadoff single through the left side.
The Rainbows added a run in the bottom of the second inning increasing their lead, 3-0.
Gowens hit the first pitch right back at the pitcher for a single up the middle for the third hit of the day.
Hawai'i increased their lead, 4-0, with a run in the fourth inning.
The Bulldogs begin a five game home stand starting April 13 against CSU Bakersfield.
"We Are Your Team" - The `Dogs head home to Beiden field on Tuesday, April 13 to challenge the CSU Bakersfield Roadrunners. The Bulldogs will continue their home stand on Friday, April 16 when Louisiana Tech comes to town. Tickets are available now at the Bulldog Ticket Office or by calling 278-DOGS.