Huskies hand Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo its first defeat
Washington won its home baseball opener as Austin Voth allowed one run on six hits Friday as the Huskies handed Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo its first defeat of the year with a 2-1 victory.
Voth struck out nine in 7-1/3 innings as he improved to 2-1 for the 3-6 Huskies.
Robert Pehl provided the offense with a run-scoring double in the first inning, then scored the go-ahead run in the seventh. The Mustangs dropped to 7-1.
The series at Husky Ballpark continues with a 2 p.m. game Saturday and a 1 p.m. contest Sunday.
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From association reports.