The University of Hawaii baseball team's worst start in school history was extended Thursday in a 9-0 loss to Loyola Marymount at the Rebel Classic in Las Vegas.
Colin Welmon (2-1) pitched a two-hitter with no walks and six strikeouts for the Lions.
Lead-off batter Kaeo Aliviado got both hits for Hawaii, which dropped to 0-9.
The Rainbows have been shut out four times this season and scored just 17 runs in 89 innings.
Zac Fujimoto, a Maryknoll School alumnus, drove in three runs for LMU, which went to 4-5. Matt Lowenstein and Colton Plaia each had three hits.
Hawaii's Scott Squier (0-2) allowed five runs - three earned - over 5 2/3 innings.
The Rainbows will play Bradley today at 12:05 p.m. (HST).