Pac-10 Baseball Round-ups: March 6, 2010

March 6, 2010


#2 ASU Pounds Out 22 Hits in 16-2 Win Over UC Riverside
SURPRISE, Ariz. -The second-ranked Sun Devil baseball pounded out 22 hits on their way to a 16-2 victory over UC Riverside at the Coca-Cola Classic at Surprise Stadium. It was the second time this season Arizona State topped the 20-hit mark, improving their record to 10-0. [Read more]

Cal Baseball Topped by No. 17 Arkansas, 9-5
BERKELEY, CALIF.The California baseball team (6-3) lost the second game of the three-game series versus No. 17 ranked Arkansas (8-1), 9-5, Saturday afternoon at Evans Diamond. The Golden Bears battled back from a 9-1 deficit by scoring three runs in the sixth inning on sophomore shortstop Marcus Semien's three-run homer, and a run in the bottom of the ninth on sophomore catcher Chadd Krist's fourth home run of the season. [Read more]

Robles, Beavers Shut Down Utah Valley, 9-0
SURPRISE, Ariz. -Tanner Robles spun 7 2/3 innings of scoreless baseball, and Oregon State utilized some timely hitting for a 9-0 shutout of Utah Valley Saturday afternoon. [Read more]

Schlander's Homer Wins It in the 11th For Stanford
STANFORD, Calif.-- Jake Schlander took the first pitch of the 11th inning over the left field wall as No. 24-ranked Stanford (7-3) took the series with visiting UC Santa Barbara (3-4), 5-4, on Saturday afternoon. [Read more]

No. 19 UCLA Baseball Sweeps Series Against Nebraska With 5-4 Victory
LOS ANGELES - A bases-loaded sacrifice fly by second baseman Tyler Rahmatulla allowed third basemanDean Espy to tag up and score the winning run as the No. 19 UCLA baseball team downed Nebraska, 5-4, to sweep the series on Saturday afternoon at Steele Field at Jackie Robinson Stadium. [Read more]

Long Beach State Edges Huskies, 3-1
LONG BEACH, Calif. - One night after a four-hour, 23-minute slugfest, Washington and Long Beach State squared off in a low-scoring pitchers' duel Saturday at Blair Field. This time, though, it was Long Beach that emerged as the winner as starter Andrew Gagnon limited the Huskies to just three hits in a 3-1 LBSU victory. [Read more]

No. 18 Titans Down Wildcats, 6-1
TUCSON, Ariz. - Noe Ramirez tossed a complete game with nine strikeouts as he led No. 18 Cal State Fullerton to a victory over host Arizona, 6-1, on Saturday night at Kindall Field/Sancet Stadium. [Read more]

Cougar Baseball Captures Ninth-Straight Victory
PULLMAN, Wash. - Garry Kuykendall collected three hits and drove in three runs to lead Washington State past Utah 10-4 in nonconference baseball at Bailey-Brayton Field, Saturday. [Read more]

Bats Stay Warm in Fresno, Ducks Sweep Doubleheader
FRESNO, Calif. -- The University of Oregon continued its dominance over Fresno State, taking both ends of Saturday's doubleheader at Beiden Field, 8-4 and 5-2. [Read more]

Saturday Game Against New Mexico Postponed Due To Rain
LOS ANGELES -- Saturday's baseball game between USC and New Mexico has been postponed due to rain. Both teams will play a doubleheader tomorrow, beginning at 11 a.m. Both games will be broadcast live on







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