Sunday, March 27, 2011 Results
USC Salvages Series With 6-2 Win Over No. 24 UCLA
LOS ANGELES - Junior All-America first baseman Ricky Oropesa went 3-for-5 with a home run, tying his personal best with five RBI, as the USC Trojans defeated the No. 24 UCLA Bruins, 6-2, in the final game of a Pac-10 Conference series at Dedeaux Field.
Baseball Drops Series Finale To UC Santa Barbara
CORVALLIS, Ore. - Carter Bell tallied his sixth multiple-hit game of the 2011 campaign, but the 23rd-ranked Oregon State baseball team left 14 on base in a 8-3 loss to UC Santa Barbara Sunday afternoon at Goss Stadium.
Serna And Healy Deliver In 6-1 Victory
EUGENE - In the first start of his collegiate career, Oregon freshman Ryon Healy delivered, and with the bases loaded, junior KC Serna returned the favor driving in what proved to be the game-winning run as the Ducks defeated Wichita State 6-1 on Sunday at PK Park.
No. 16 Sweeps WSU in 11-Inning Thriller
The No. 16 California Golden Bears scored two runs in the bottom of the ninth on a two-out single from catcher Chadd Krist to force extra innings against the Washington State Cougars. An 11th inning single gave the Bears a 4-3 victory and the series sweep over the Cougars
Dawgs Win Series With 5-4 Victory Over Nevada
SEATTLE - The Washington baseball team picked up its first series victory of the year as the Huskies won their second straight one-run game, beating Nevada 5-4 Sunday at Husky Ballpark.
#4 Baseball Takes Series With #15 Arizona With 8-1 Win
TEMPE, Ariz. - Thanks to a fantastic start by Jake Barrett and some clutch hitting by Austin Barnes, Arizona State beat the Arizona Wildcats 8-1 on Sunday afternoon to take the weekend series two games to one. Barrett (2-2) was magnificent for 7.1 innings, allowing five hits and a run, to earn the win and help ASU improve to 18-6 on the year, 2-1 in pac-10 play in front of a sell out crowd for the third consecutive day.
Reed Punches Out Dirtbags For Series Clincher
STANFORD, Calif.-- Long Beach State third baseman Michael Hill made two key errors and Chris Reed retired all eight batters he faced for his third save, as the No. 12-ranked Cardinal (10-6) won the series with visiting Long Beach State (12-11) 6-5 on Sunday afternoon.