Arizona Takes Second Straight Over Stanford, 15-1
April 14, 2007
Stanford, Calif. - No. 13 Arizona (30-6, 8-0 Pac-10) scored 11 runs in the top of the fifth inning en route to a 15-1 victory over Stanford (14-17, 0-8 Pac-10) on Saturday at Sunken Diamond as the worst Pac-10 start in school history continued for the Cardinal. The win extended Arizona's win streak that is currently the longest in the NCAA Division I baseball to 16 games and kept the first-place Wildcats unbeaten in conference action.
Brad Mills (8-2) tossed a complete-game seven-hitter and now shares the Pac-10 lead with eight victories, while Brad Glenn (3-5, 2B, HR, 3 RBI) and T.J. Steele (3-5, 2B, 2 RBI) led the offense.
Stanford ended Mills' shutout bid in the bottom of the ninth when Brendan Domaracki and Brent Milleville connected on back-to-back one-out doubles for the only Cardinal run of the games. Mills picked up his complete game when he snagged Randy Molina's line drive back up the box and picked Milleville off second for the final out.
Stanford and Arizona will conclude the series on Community Day on Sunday (1 pm, PT). Stanford is scheduled to pitch RHP Jeffrey Inman (2-2, 6.02) against Arizona RHP Ryan Perry (0-0, 6.19).
Tickets for the final game of the Arizona series and all regular season Stanford Baseball home contests are available online at gostanford.com or by calling 1-800-STANFORD. On game days, tickets may be purchased at the Sunken Diamond Ticket Office window beginning one hour before first pitch. For group ticket information (groups of 10 or more), call 650-725-2876.
A full recap will follow.