Michael Camporeale homered and Trevor Dunlap pitched 3-2/3 innings of scoreless relief as Washington beat Gonzaga in Spokane.
SPOKANE — Michael Camporeale homered and drove in three runs and Trevor Dunlap pitched 3-2/3 innings of scoreless relief as Washington beat No. 21 Gonzaga 6-2 in a nonleague baseball game Tuesday.
Camporeale gave the Huskies (12-26) the lead for good with his two-run homer in the first.
Dunlap (2-3) entered in the fourth and escaped a bases-loaded jam while allowing only one run to the Zags (26-12-1).
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