BSB: Tuesday, May 3, 2011 Results
No. 21 Cal Wins 4-1 at Santa Clara
SANTA CLARA, CALIF. - Freshman left-hander Kyle Porter threw a career-high 5.0 innings (five hits, one run, one strikeout) in only his second collegiate start, improving his record to 4-0 and helping lead No. 21-ranked California to a 4-1 victory over Santa Clara Tuesday night at Schott Stadium. The Golden Bears; who also got RBI from Tony Renda, Mitch Delfino, Vince Bruno and Marcus Semien; improved to 27-14 overall. The Broncos fell to 15-26.
McArdle Rebounds to Dominate Spartans in 3-1 Win
SAN JOSE, Calif.-- Dean McArdle (6-2) twirled his longest outing in a month, 5.1 innings, as three pitchers combined on a seven-hitter and No. 28-ranked Stanford (22-16) defeated host San Jose State (30-17) 3-1 on Tuesday.
Ducks Upset No. 3 Oregon State In Corvallis
CORVALLIS, Ore. - Christian Jones was imposing on the mound and Oregon's offense capitalized on its opportunities both early and late in the game as the Ducks upset No. 3 Oregon State 7-2 on Tuesday night at Goss Stadium.
UCLA Baseball Earns 10-0 Victory at Pepperdine
MALIBU, Calif. - Right-hander Zack Weiss struck out a season-high seven batters through six scoreless innings to lead the UCLA baseball team past Pepperdine, 10-0, at Eddy D. Field Stadium on Tuesday afternoon.
Arizona State's Late Inning Rally Falls Short In 6-4 Loss To BYU
TEMPE, Ariz. - A late inning comeback would come up short on Tuesday night in Tempe, as the Sun Devils fell to BYU 6-4. The Devils trailed 6-1 one before a three-run eighth inning, but they could not complete the comeback, dropping to 32-11 on the season.
UC Riverside Beats USC, 10-6, In Midweek Action
LOS ANGELES - Trevor Hairgrove went 3-for-5 with a double and two RBI Tuesday while Dustin Emmons pitched 6 2/3 strong innings as the UC Riverside Highlanders beat the USC Trojans, 10-6, in a non-conference game at Dedeaux Field. Emmons allowed only two runs and four hits through the first six innings before running out of gas in the seventh.
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