The Washington softball team finished a successful road trip with a doubleheader sweep of Cal State Bakersfield on Monday afternoon. The third-ranked Huskies took...
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — The Washington softball team finished a successful road trip with a doubleheader sweep of Cal State Bakersfield on Monday afternoon. The third-ranked Huskies took both games in five innings, 12-0 and 15-4, to improve to 29-1.
Washington totaled had 28 hits in the 10 innings, allowing just seven hits to Bakersfield.
In Game 1, Bryana Walker (7-1) got the win, allowing just one hit in three innings. Victoria Hayward led the Huskies at the plate, going 3 for 4 with two runs scored.
In Game 2, Kylee Lahners came through with four hits, four runs batted in and two runs scored. Kaitlin Inglesby (15-0) allowed one run on six hits in her four innings pitched.
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Washington shot a combined 25-over 313 to stand tied for 13th out of 16 teams after one round of the rain-shortened Battle at Rancho Bernardo in San Diego. Kelli Bowers leads the Huskies, tied for 27th after shooting 4-over 76.
• Western Washington struggled to a 53-over 341 in the first round of the Chico State Invitational in Chico, Calif., ranking seventh of seven teams.
Washington State defeated South Florida, 3-2, at the Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship in Bradenton, Fla. The Cougars got wins from Sang Lee, 3 and 2 over Trey Valentine; Kent Hagen, 2-up against Bodi Karsono; and Michael Anderson, 4 and 2 over Rick Kittelstad.
• PGA Professional Rob Gibbons and Bruce Stewart of Arrowhead Golf Club in Molalla, Ore., shot a 4-under 67 to lead the Pro-Assistant Championship in Portland.
• The Washington baseball team’s games at Lamar in Beaumont, Texas, on Tuesday and at Houston on Wednesday have been canceled due to the weather.
• Seattle U’s Kacie Sowell and Talisa Rhea were named to the Division I all-Independent women’s basketball team.
• Washington State’s Elisabeth Fournier was named Pac-12 women’s tennis player of the week.
• Central Washington’s Kyle Sani and Kyle Long were named the Great Northwest Athletic Conference player and pitcher of the week, respectively.
Compiled from sports-information reports.