The Huskies topped Seton Hall 10-0 in five innings Saturday as Samantha Manti and Kristin Cochran combined for the shutout. Manti went four innings, striking out four, while Cochran worked a scoreless fifth.

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HUNTSVILLE, Texas — With its seventh consecutive shutout, the Washington softball team broke the 23-year-old school record of six shutouts in a row that was accomplished twice in 1995.

The Huskies topped Seton Hall 10-0 in five innings Saturday as Samantha Manti and Kristin Cochran combined for the shutout. Manti went four innings, striking out four, while Cochran worked a scoreless fifth.

Taryn Atlee had three RBI for UW (8-0), giving her 16 this year. Sis Bates had a two-run homer.

WHL

• Seattle scored on both of its attempts in the shootout, and goaltender Dorrin Luding stopped two of three attempts as the Thunderbirds (28-20-7-2) were 3-2 winners in the shootout over host Everett (37-17-2-3). Luding made a total of 41 saves in the match.

BASKETBALL

Coleman Wooten scored 19 of his season-high 26 points in the first half as the Seattle Pacific men (15-10, 10-8 Great Northwest) posted a 74-60 road victory over Montana State Billings (13-16, 5-13).

Hailee Bennett came off the bench to score a career-high 13 points as Seattle Pacific (19-6, 13-5 GNAC) was an easy road winner 66-47 at Alaska Fairbanks (4-20, 0-18).

Delaney Hodgins scored a career-high 31 points, but her Eastern Washington women (13-13, 8-7 Big Sky) couldn’t win on the road, losing 77-74 to Montana State (14-12, 8-7).

BASEBALL

• Two Washington (1-1) errors helped Sacramento State (1-1) send 10 men to the plate in the second inning to score four runs in a 6-4 victory at home. Levi Jordan and Mason Cerrillo had two hits each for UW.

• Gonzaga (0-2) had the tying run on third in the ninth, but couldn’t get any closer to No. 2 Oregon State (2-0) during a 4-3 defeat in Surprise, Ariz.

• With a three-run homer in the first game and a double and two RBI in the second game, Curtis Perrin paced host Seattle U (3-1) to a 5-3, 11-2 doubleheader sweep of Pacific (1-3).

• Three Washington State (0-2) errors in the seventh opened the flood gates for Nebraska (2-0) in an 8-3 victory in Tempe, Ariz. Andres Alvarez had three hits for WSU.

TENNIS

• Washington (6-3) dropped a 4-1 decision to Oklahoma State (9-2) in the talent-filled ITA National Men’s Team Indoor Championship at the Huskies’ own Nordstrom Tennis Center. The team semifinals Sunday will be Texas A&M vs. UCLA at noon and Wake Forest against Stanford at 3:30 p.m.

• Washington (7-3) women dropped a 4-3 decision to host Northwestern (4-3).

INDOOR TRACK

• With a first place in the 60 meters (7.71 seconds) and a second in the 60 hurdles (8.76), freshman Renick Meyer led Seattle Pacific to a tie for team honors at the GNAC championships in Nampa, Idaho. Both SPU and Central Washington scored 136 team points.