(Honolulu-AP) -- The University of Hawaii baseball Rainbows edged San Jose State 3-2 in 13 innings Friday night. Andrew Sansaver's bases-loaded single drove in the winning run to lift Hawaii to its sixth consecutive victory.
Four San Jose State pitchers gave up 11 walks, while Hawaii left 15 men on base in the Rainbows' longest game of the season.
Hawaii took a 1-0 lead in the sixth on Rocky Russo's sacrifice fly, and the Spartans tied the score in the eighth on Jon Heuerman's groundout.
A homer by Nick Guerra in the top of the tenth inning put San Jose State up 2-1. But Hawaii scored a run in the bottom of the inning on a bases-load walk to Schafer Magana.
The series is set to continue Saturday night and conclude Sunday afternoon.