(Honolulu-AP) -- The University of Hawaii blasted Lewis-Clark State 14-to-3 last night in the final game of the week-long Rainbow Easter Baseball Tournament at Les Murakami Stadium.
San Jose State, which had a bye yesterday, won all six of its games in the round-robin tournament to claim the title.
Hawaii ended the tourney at 4-and-2, along with U-C-Riverside and Birmingham-Southern. But the Rainbows claimed second place because of the number of runs scored.
Lewis-Clark State was 2-and-4, followed by the University of Hawaii-Hilo at 1-and-5 and Hawaii Pacific University at 0-and-6.
Gregg Omori led Hawaii's offense, going 2-for-5, with a single and double and five R-B-I's. Mike Madrid homered for Lewis-Clark State.
Earlier yesterday, Birmingham-Southern downed Hawaii-Hilo 10-to-7, and U-C-Riverside beat Hawaii Pacific 6-to-3.