Pac-10 Baseball Round-Up: May 28, 2010

May 28, 2010


Dawgs Use Three Homers To Beat USC, 9-7
LOS ANGELES - The Washington baseball team got home runs from Chase Anselment, Pierce Rankin and Troy Scott as the Huskies beat USC, 9-7, Friday night at Dedeaux Field in the first game of a three-game, Pac-10 series. [Read More]

No. 7 UCLA Baseball Defeats No. 22 Washington State, 6-1, in Series Opener
LOS ANGELES - Right-hander Gerrit Cole registered 11 strikeouts in 6.2 innings, allowing one run and four hits, to earn the victory and lead the No. 7 UCLA baseball team past No. 22 Washington State, 6-1, in a Pac-10 series opener at Jackie Robinson Stadium on Friday night.  [Read More]

Santos Paces Beavers With Two Home Runs, OSU Wins 6-3
Adalberto Santos hit two home runs and Greg Peavey threw his seventh quality start of the season as the Oregon State baseball team defeated Arizona, 6-3, to open the three-game series Friday night at Goss Stadium. [Read More]

Pries Shuts Down Arizona State to Even Series
STANFORD, Calif.-- Jordan Pries (4-3) feasted on his second No. 2-ranked team of the season. The Stanford righthander pitched into the ninth to lead the No. 25-ranked Cardinal (31-22, 14-12 Pac-10) to a 5-2 victory over No. 2-ranked Arizona State (46-8, 19-7 Pac-10) on Friday evening to even the series. [Read More]

Cal Baseball Defeats No. 21 Oregon, 4-3
The Cal baseball team (28-22, 12-13) received some outstanding pitching from freshman left-hander Justin Jones and sophomore right-hander Erik Johnson in a 4-3 victory over No. 21 Oregon Friday night in Eugene. The Golden Bears also got a two-run double from Chad Krist and a home run from Chad Bunting. [Read More]


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