Pac-10 Baseball Round-ups: May 9, 2010

May 9, 2010

Roadrunners Return The Favor
TUCSON, Ariz. – The No. 22 Arizona baseball team could not find an answer on the mound as Cal State Bakersfield collected 19 hits to upset the Wildcats, 22-5, on Sunday afternoon at Kindall Field/Sancet Stadium. [Read more]

Cardinal Drop Series Finale
LONG BEACH, Calif.-- Stanford (25-18) could not overcome a five-run first as Long Beach State (21-23) salvaged the final game of the series, 10-5, snapping the Cardinal's four-game win streak. [Read more]

No. 12 UCLA Baseball Sweeps Washington With 7-6 Victory
SEATTLE - Left-hander Rob Rasmussen allowed one run and five hits through 6.2 innings to earn his seventh victory and lead the No. 12 UCLA baseball team past Washington, 7-6, at Husky Ballpark on Sunday afternoon. The Bruins (34-10, 10-8) swept Washington (25-22, 8-10) for the second consecutive season. [Read more]

USC Completes Sweep Over Utah, 11-6
LOS ANGELES - Kevin Roundtree went 3-for-4 with a key two-run single in the third Sunday as the USC Trojans completed a non-conference sweep over the Utah Utes with the 11-6 victory at Dedeaux Field. It was USC's first series sweep on the season as the Trojans have won six of their last seven games. [Read more]

It's A Sweep: Beavers Down Ducks In Series Finale
CORVALLIS, Ore. - Rob Folsom stroked a one-out double to center in the bottom of the ninth Sunday, driving in Stefen Romero from second to give the Oregon State baseball team a series sweep of No. 15 Oregon with a 6-5 victory in front of 2,823 at Goss Stadium. [Read more]

Cougars Use Big Inning to Defeat California
PULLMAN, Wash. -
Washington State scored nine times in the sixth inning on the strength of eight-consecutive hits and rallied past No. 18 California 11-9 in a Pacific-10 Conference baseball game at Bailey-Brayton Field, Sunday. [Read more]


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