UH's Majam breaks home-run record in 15-1 win
Hawai'i softball player Kelly Majam broke the school's home-run record in today's 15-1 win at Boise State.
Majam hit a three-run homer to give the Rainbow Wahine a 5-0 lead in the top of the second inning in the Western Athletic Conference game, one of five homers hit by No. 25 Hawai'i (31-11, 9-0 WAC).
Majam's 22nd homer broke the school's single-season record set by All-American Kate Robinson in 2008. Majam tied Robinson's record of 21 in Wednesday's win at Utah State. Also on Wednesday, Hawai'i broke the school's single-season record of 84 homers.
Also in the win, Melissa Gonzalez hit a two-run homer in the first. In the third, Alex Aguirre hit a two-run homer and Katie Grimes hit a three-run blast. Jenna Rodriguez hit a three-run homer in the fifth.
The three-game series with the Broncos (15-23, 4-3 WAC) end tomorrow with a doubleheader.
Hawai'i hosts Louisiana Tech next Friday and Saturday at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium.