HONOLULU, Hawaii - Hawaii rallied from a four-run deficit to beat Oregon 7-6 Thursday night at Les Murakami Stadium.

Oregon led 4-0 before Hawaii scored twice in the sixth and seventh innings and added three runs in the eighth.

The Ducks dropped to 7-4 with each loss coming after they led by at least three runs.

Oregon got a run in the first inning when Jonny DeLuca and Spencer Steer each singled before Gabe Matthews singled in DeLuca.

The Ducks added a run in the fourth when Aaron Zavala doubled and scored on a single by Max Foxcroft.

In the fifth inning, Steer tripled and scored on a single by Jakob Goldfarb, who stole second and scored on a single by Zavala to put the Ducks up 4-0.

Oregon starter Robert Ahlstrom tossed five scoreless innings while allowing four hits and striking out five.

Reliever Peyton Fuller allowed two earned runs in the sixth inning before Oregon scored twice in the seventh.

Steer and Matthews each singled before Zavala singled in Steer. Cameron Campbell singled in Matthews to put the Ducks up 6-2.

Hawaii (8-5) scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh off Hunter Breault. UO freshman Christian Ciuffetelli loaded the bases in the bottom of the eighth before Daylen Calicdan hit a three-run double.

Steer had four hits while Zavala added two for the Ducks.