Pacific Upsets No. 12 Stanford, 2-0 In 10 Innings
March 29, 2005
Stanford, Calif. - Matt Berezay broke a scoreless tie with a two-out, two-RBI single in the top of the 10th inning to lift Pacific (12-15) to a 2-0 upset victory in 10 innings over No. 12 Stanford (14-9) in a non-conference game at Sunken Diamond on Tuesday. Josh Schmidt (4-1) pitched the final 2.2 hitless innings to earn the victory, while Jeff Stimpson (0-1) took the loss. The defeat was Stanford's second straight at home and fourth in its last seven contests at Sunken Diamond.
Adam Ching (3-4) and Ramon Glasgow (2-4) had multiple-hit games for the Tigers.
Jed Lowrie (2-4, 2B) had half of Stanford's four hits.
Stanford left 10 runners on base as four Pacific pitchers combined to walk six batters and hit another. The Tigers also made a pair of errors.
Pacific, who stranded nine runners, outhit the Cardinal by a count of 9-4.
Two-time defending Pac-10 champion Stanford will open conference action with a three-game series at Washington State this Friday-Sunday, April 1-3 (6 pm, 1 pm, 12 pm, PT).
A full recap will follow.
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