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Vol. 10, Issue 118 • Thursday, April 28, 2005
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UH second baseman Isaac Omura is making a run at hitting .400. He sits at a team-high .399 entering this weekend's series with Nevada. He also leads the team in seven other offensive categories, including home runs and slugging percentage.
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