Washington Wins Pac-10 Series With 7-2 Victory Against No. 22 USC
April 23, 2006
LOS ANGELES --- Zach Clem belted his 17th homer of the season as part of a 3-for-5 day Sunday as the Washington Huskies defeated the No. 22 USC Trojans, 7-2, in Pac-10 Conference action. The Huskies used 14 hits in the game to earn the series win, two games to one.
Washington is now 27-15 overall, 6-6 in the Pac-10 while USC falls to 23-19 on the season and 9-6 in conference.
Elliott Cribby (6-3) held the Trojans hitless until the fifth inning. He allowed two runs (one unearned) in 6 1/3 innings.
The Huskies knocked USC starter Ryan Cook (4-4) out in the third after getting four runs and six hits off him. Clem homered in the first and added a two-run triple as part of a four-run third.
UW first baseman Curt Rindal went 3-for-4 with two RBI.
USC hosts Loyola Marymount on Tuesday (April 25) at 6 p.m. before traveling to Washington State, April 28-30, for a Pac-10 series. All four games will be broadcast live on usctrojans.com.
UW 104-000-110---7-14-1USC 001-000-100---2-4-1
WP - Cribby (6-3) LP - Cook (4-4)T - 2:35 ATT - 1,122Records: UW (27-15, 6-6), USC (23-19, 9-6)
Cribby, Hagadone (7), R. Lentz (9) and Lane.Cook, Dunn (3), Parrow (7), Koss (8) and Bowden.