Bullpen records all 27 outs and Jack Meggs drives in tying and go-ahead runs for Huskies.
Washington earned a 7-1 nonconference baseball victory at Baylor, thanks to a herculean effort from the bullpen and timely hitting by the offense.
Jack Meggs singled home the tying run in the third and the go-ahead run in the fifth, and the bullpen recorded all 27 outs to ensure Washington (2-1) left Baylor’s campus with wins in two of three games.
• Tarik Skubal set a Seattle University baseball game record for strikeouts with 13 to lead the Redhawks to a 4-1 victory over Saint Mary’s College.
• Washington State’s ninth-inning rally came up short in a 7-6 defeat at Texas State. The Cougars traded leads with the Bobcats throughout the day and received two-run home runs from Stefan Van Horn and Cameron Frost.
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Patrick Bajkov scored two goals, Cole MacDonald had three assists and Carter Hart made 20 saves in the Everett Silvertips’ 4-1 victory over visiting Spokane.
Ali Aguilar’s three-run homer highlighted a four-run sixth inning and helped Washington to a 9-7 victory over Central Florida in the Mary Nutter Classic in Cathedral City, Calif. Aguilar also had a two-run double for the Huskies (9-1).
• Seattle University (3-7) loaded the bases to end the second contest but ultimately dropped both games on the final day at Santa Clara’s Bronco Classic, an 8-0 loss to Idaho State (3-7) and a 9-0 loss to CSU Fullerton (7-2).
Washington posted a new season-high for the second straight meet, finishing with a 196.450 at home to UCLA, which won at 196.675. Sophomore Joslyn Goings scored a personal-best 39.375 in the all-around to win the title.
• The No. 48 Washington men (9-2) pulled out a 4-1 victory over No. 52 Pepperdine at the Nordstrom Tennis Center.
• The No. 33 Washington women’s tennis team fell to No. 31 Wichita State, 4-2, at Oklahoma State.
• The Seattle University men’s tennis team (3-10) lost to Idaho State (2-6), 4-3.
• The Washington State women’s team is tied for 13th at 18-over 594 after two rounds of the Westbrook Spring Invitational in Peoria, Ariz. Alivia Brown shot an even-par 144 to lead the Cougars and is tied for 19th.