Washington finished third as a team at the Aggie Invitational in Bryan, Texas, and senior Chris Williams placed fourth at The Honors Course...
Washington finished third as a team at the Aggie Invitational in Bryan, Texas, and senior Chris Williams placed fourth at The Honors Course on Sunday.
Washington shot a final-round 3-over 291 for a total of 4-over 868. The Huskies finished four shots behind Kent State and 24 shots behind tournament winner Alabama.
Williams shot a 2-over 74 to end the tournament tied with Kent State’s Corey Conners with a three-round total of 5-under 211.
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Hooch Fagaly singled with two outs in the bottom of the seventh to drive in the winning run as Washington (31-10, 9-3) swept Oregon State with a 4-3 victory.
Oregon State (24-14, 1-8) gave the Huskies another tough fight, taking a 3-2 lead into the sixth.
In another tight, low-scoring affair, host Pepperdine beat Washington 4-1 to wrap up a nonconference series.
Catcher Ryan Wiggins went 2 for 4 to lead the Huskies (8-21). Shortstop Drew Hacker had three hits for the Waves (18-12).
• Scott Simon struck out a career-high six in a five-hit shutout as visiting Washington State blanked Utah 5-0.
Simon (3-0) threw 77 of 116 pitches for strikes in recording the first shutout by a Washington State pitcher since Wade Parrish in 1999. With the victory, the Cougars (17-13, 4-5) avoided a three-game sweep by the Utes (14-14, 4-8).
• The Seattle University men fell to Texas Arlington 7-0 while the SU women lost 4-3 at Utah State.
• Utah’s women earned a 5-2 victory over Washington State.
Compiled from sports-information reports.