The University of Hawaii baseball team lost to California Baptist 6-4 on Monday evening.

Hawaii falls to 27-22 overall for the 2022 season and wraps up its nonconference slate at 9-13. Monday was UH’s final road game and nonconference game in Rich Hill’s debut season as UH head coach.

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Cameron Hagan took the loss for Hawaii on the mound after allowing seven hits and five runs in two innings.

For Cal Baptist (33-20), Brandon Downer got the win after allowing six hits and four runs with three strikeouts in 5.1 innings. David Martin and Harrison Spohn each had a game-high three hits for the Lancers.

At the plate for Hawaii, Jordan Donahue had a team-high two hits.

Hawaii wraps up its season with a three-game home series against Cal Poly, beginning at 6:35 p.m. on Thursday at Les Murakami Stadium.