Pac-10 Baseball Round-Up: March 28, 2009

March 28, 2009

Cats Rout UCLA in Game 2, 19-5
LOS ANGELES - The Arizona baseball team scored more runs than it had scored in single game in over two years at it rapped out 20 total hits, including 10 for extra bases, as the Wildcats routed host UCLA, 19-5, on Saturday afternoon at Jackie Robinson Stadium. [READ MORE]

Leake's Gem Leads #2 Baseball To 10-1 Win Over USC
LOS ANGELES - One day after Josh Spence turned in a sterling performance on the mound, Mike Leake did the same, pacing the #2 Sun Devils to a 10-1 victory over USC at Dedeaux Field. Leake went eight innings, allowing only four hits and one run to earn the win, moving him to 6-1 on the year. It was the 30th victory of Leake's career, the third most in school history in the Aluminum Bat Era (1974-Present). With the win, ASU is now 19-3, 5-0 in Pac-10 play. [READ MORE]

Adamson's 10th-Inning Walk-Off Lifts Ducks Over OSU
PORTLAND, Ore. - John Adamson's walk-off single to deep right-center brought Caleb Tommasini across the plate and propelled Oregon to a 3-2 victory over Oregon State in front of a Pac-10 record crowd of 15,540 fans at PGE Park on Saturday night. [READ MORE]

Conley's Ninth-Inning Blast Tops Stanford, 9-7
STANFORD, Calif. - A towering home run from Husky right fielder Kyle Conley broke a 7-7 tie in the ninth inning and led the Washington baseball team to a 9-7 win over Stanford Saturday at Sunken Diamond. [READ MORE]

Chad Arnold Dominates California in Cougar Baseball Victory
BERKELEY, Calif. - Redshirt-sophomore Chad Arnold pitched seven shutout innings and Washington State blanked California 11-0 in Pacific-10 Conference baseball at Evans Diamond, Saturday. [READ MORE]

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