Pac-10 Baseball Round-Up: April 10, 2010

April 11, 2010

Stanford Splits DH; Loses Series
STANFORD, Calif.--  No. 22-ranked Stanford (14-13, 4-5 Pac-10) split Saturday's doubleheader with visiting Oregon (21-11, 4-5 Pac-10), dropping the series after giving up eight runs in the final two innings to lose 9-6 in the opener, before Brett Mooneyham and Dean McArdle combined on a five-hitter in a 2-1 nightcap win. [Read More]

Cal Wins Second Pac-10 Game Against USC, 7-1
LOS ANGELES - Freshman left-hander Justin Jones (Oakdale/Oakdale HS) allowed just one run in eight innings Saturday as the California Golden Bears won their seventh straight game with the 7-1 victory against the USC Trojans at Dedeaux Field. Jones (7-2) scattered nine hits and walked two while striking out 10 batters to remain tied for the Pac-10 Conference lead for wins. [Read More]

No. 3 UCLA Baseball Outlasts No. 17 Oregon State, 3-1, in 16 Innings
CORVALLIS, Ore. - Catcher Steve Rodriguez went 4-for-8 with a game-winning two-run single in the top of the 16th inning to snap a 1-1 tie and lead the No. 3 UCLA baseball team past No. 17 Oregon State, 3-1, in a 16-inning game that lasted six hours and 23 minutes before 2,974 fans at Goss Stadium. [Read More]

Kizer's Slam Leads UW Past Arizona, 10-2
SEATTLE - Catcher Miles Kizer's fifth-inning grand slam propelled the Washington baseball team to a 10-2 win over Arizona Saturday afternoon at Husky Ballpark. [Read More]

#1 Baseball Uses Big Sixth Inning To Beat Washington State 11-7
PULLMAN, Wash. - Thanks to a big sixth inning, Arizona State was able to even their three-game series with Washington State in an 11-7 victory at Bailey-Brayton Field. The win puts the Devils at 28-2, 6-2 in Pac-10 play. [Read More]


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