Pac-10 Baseball Round-Up: March 23, 2009

March 23, 2009

Cal Baseball Tops Stanford, 11-4, to Win Pac-10 Series
BERKELEY, Calif. - Highlighted by Blake Smith's three-run homer, a clutch two-run single by Brian Guinn and a two-run homer by Mark Canha, the California baseball team defeated Stanford, 11-4, Monday in the final game of a three-game Pac-10 series at Evans Diamond. The Golden Bears, who won Saturday, 7-6, but lost Sunday's contest, 6-5 in 12 innings, improved to 12-8 overall and 2-1 in conference play. The Cardinal dropped to 4-10 and 1-2 in league. The winning pitcher for Cal was junior left-hander Michael Bugary (3-0, 2.0 innings, three hits, two runs, three walks, six strikeouts), while redshirt freshman Dixon Anderson earned his first collegiate save by throwing the final 3.0 innings with no hits, no runs, no walks and two strikeouts. [READ MORE]

Reyes Strikes out 11 as Beavers Finish Homestand 5-0
CORVALLIS, Ore. - Jorge Reyes struck out a career high 11 in seven innings of work, and John Tommasini continued his hot hitting with a 3-for-4 effort as the Oregon State baseball team defeated Hawai'I, 8-4, to cap of a season-long five-game homestand with a perfect mark. [READ MORE]

UCLA Baseball Takes Series at USC With 17-2 Victory
LOS ANGELES - Third baseman Casey Haerther went 4-for-4 with a three-run homer, three runs and three RBI to lead the UCLA baseball team past USC, 17-2, Monday evening at Dedeaux Field. The Bruins set a school record for margin of victory in the all-time series against USC, eclipsing the previous 14-run margin set on May 17, 1955, when the Bruins upended the Trojans, 18-4. [READ MORE]

Now on Pac-12 Network
8:00 PM PT

Airing on:

  • Pac-12 Network