Pac-10 Baseball Round-Up: May 8, 2009

May 8, 2009

Jason Kipnis Collects Four Hits In #4 Baseball's 14-3 Win Over Winthrop
TEMPE, Ariz. - Jason Kipnis had four hits and Mike Leake won for the 12th time this season as the No. 4 Arizona State University baseball team defeated Winthrop 14-1 on Friday in front of 2,716 fans at Winkles Field-Packard Stadium at Brock Ballpark. The Sun Devils improve to 36-11 on the season with the victory. [READ MORE]

Cal Baseball Wins, 3-2, at UCLA
LOS ANGELES - Junior designated hitter Blake Smith and freshman catcher Chadd Krist knocked in runs in the top of the ninth inning and freshman right-hander Dixon Anderson forced a game-ending double play in the bottom of the ninth as Cal baseball upended UCLA, 3-2, Friday night at Jackie Robinson Stadium. The Golden Bears, who won their first Pac-10 road game of the season, improved to 21-26 overall and 7-15 in the conference. The Bruins, who sit in second place in the league, dropped to 23-23 overall and 13-9 in conference. [READ MORE]

Robles' Strong Outing Paces Beavers Past Washington At Safeco Field
SEATTLE - Tanner Robles allowed just three Washington baserunners in 6 1/3 innings and the 25th-ranked Oregon State baseball team held off a late rally to defeat the Huskies, 6-4, in front of 4,296 at Safeco Field on Friday night. [READ MORE]

Stanford Drops 7-1 Decision to New Mexico in Series Opener
STANFORD, Calif. - Ryan Honeycutt drove in a pair of runs, Rafael Neda went 3-for-3 and Will Kerr tossed 5.0-innings of shutout relief as visiting New Mexico (33-16) defeated Stanford (23-21) by the score of 5-1 in the opener of a three-game, non-conference series at Klein Field at Sunken Diamond. Tonight's game was just the second meeting ever between the Cardinal and the Lobos, and the first since March 30, 1972. [READ MORE]

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