The Washington baseball team had 30 hits and batted around in three straight innings in a remarkable 23-1 rout of defending NCAA champion...
The Washington baseball team had 30 hits and batted around in three straight innings in a remarkable 23-1 rout of defending NCAA champion Arizona on Friday night in Tucson.
The Huskies (15-28, 7-12 Pac-12) posted more hits than any opponent in Arizona (28-16, 9-10) history.
Jayce Ray, Robert Pehl and Parker Guinn each had four hits for UW with Pehl driving in five runs. Michael Camporeale belted a three-run homer and finished 3 for 5 with a double and four runs batted in.
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Two Washington State (20-21, 7-12 Pac-12) errors in the ninth inning led to two unearned runs for Oregon (35-11, 17-5) and a 5-3 win for the Ducks in Pullman.
Marissa Mendenhall hit a run-scoring double in the bottom of the seventh inning as host Utah (24-27, 7-15 Pac-12) beat Washington 2-1. UW (34-14, 12-7) took a 1-0 lead on a solo homer by Hooch Fagaly in the first.
• Louisiana Tech swept a doubleheader from host Seattle University, 4-3 and 7-3. The Redhawks fell to 20-32, 8-12 in the Western Athletic Conference.
• On the second playoff hole, the team from British Columbia Golf bested the team from the Washington State Golf Association to complete its come-from-behind win at the eighth Annual PNGA Cup, a Ryder Cup-style competition in Boise, Idaho.