Washington scored in the first inning and never trailed on the way to a Pac-12 win over the Cardinal that evened their weekend Pac-12 series.
Washington scored in the first inning and never trailed on the way to a 6-4 Pac-12 baseball win over sixth-ranked Stanford Friday night at Husky Ballpark.
The victory evened the series between the Huskies (17-10 overall, 4-4) and Cardinal (18-7, 3-5). The series concludes with a 1 p.m. game Saturday.
Tyler Kane (2-0) got the victory in relief, entering the game with two outs in the fifth and getting four outs. Freshman Tyler Davis worked the first 4-1/3 innings, allowing one run on three hits.
Freshman Branden Berry’s second home run of the season, a two-run shot in the third, put UW ahead 3-1.
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In the sixth, the Huskies chased Stanford starter Brett Mooneyham (5-2) with a two-out rally that made it 5-1. Robert Pehl singled, Jacob Lamb doubled and both scored on B.K. Santy’s double when the Stanford right fielder failed to make a diving catch.
The final UW run came in the seventh when Jayce Ray doubled and scored on Caleb Brown’s two-out single.
UW closer Joshua Fredendall got four outs for the save.
P.J. Jones went 3 for 5 with five RBI, Derek Jones homered and Washington State’s third, fourth and fifth hitters combined to go 8 for 13 in a 19-1 nonleague win over Seattle University (14-12) in Pullman. The Cougars are 15-12.
• Arizona led Washington 5-3 after five innings at Husky Softball Park before their Pac-12 game was suspended after a 61-minute rain delay. It will be finished Saturday before the regularly scheduled noon game.
• Weber State beat Seattle University 5-4 in the first game of a doubleheader in Ogden, Utah. Catcher Bubba Morrow was 2 for 4 with a double and three RBI for Seattle (10-18, 3-2 PCSC). The Redhawks led 11-0 in the second game before it was suspended in the second inning because of weather.
• Stephanie Fox pitched her second straight shutout and Rachelle Berry singled home the only run as Western Washington (9-26, 5-13) beat Saint Martin’s 1-0 to split a GNAC doubleheader in Bellingham. The Saints (23-11-1, 13-6) won the opener, 4-1.
Washington’s Cheng-Tsung Pan is tied for fourth, the same position occupied by the Husky men’s team after two rounds in the 17-team ASU Thunderbird Invitational in Tempe, Ariz. Pan shot 69-69-137 over 36 holes and is 5 under par, four strokes behind co-leaders Alex Kang of San Diego State and Austin Quick of Arizona State. Teamates Chris Williams (71-71 — 142) and Charlie Hughes (70-72 — 142) are tied for 17th. UW shot even-par 284 and trails first-place San Diego State by 11 strokes.
• California swept Washington’s men 7-0 in Berkeley. Only freshman Viktor Farkas went three sets in singles for the Huskies (12-6, 0-3 Pac-12).
• The UW women lost only one set in singles and swept Pac-12 newcomer Colorado 7-0 at Nordstrom Tennis Center despite injuries that kept Denise Dy and Capucine Gregoire from playing singles. It was the first conference win for the Huskies (7-9, 1-6).
Eastern Washington’s first spring scrimmage will be at 11:20 a.m. Saturday at Roos Field in Cheney.
From sports-information reports.