Hawaii will start someone other than Brendan Hornung in a series opener for the first time all season.
Hawaii needs a series win at Cal State Northridge to set up a monster showdown on the road against No. 9 UC Santa Barbara.
Hawaii has continued its best start ever in Big West play by scoring runs and coming up clutch with two outs.
Hawaii has a chance to get above .500 more than 30 games into the season for the first time in four years.
Hawaii has yet to finish with a winning record in Big West Conference play since joining the league in 2013.
Hawaii junior Marcus Doi is an important part of the Hawaii offense and came up big in back-to-back games against Chicago State.
Hawaii has blown ninth-inning leads of at least two runs in its last two games, leaving the back end of the bullpen as the biggest question mark moving forward.
In seven games, outfielder Matt LoCoco has already become the first UH player in four years with more than one triple AND home run in the same season.