Baseball Hits Road for Series with Arizona
Game 34-36: Utah (10-23, 5-13) at Arizona (27-11, 12-6)
Friday, April 30-Sunday, May 2
7 p.m. | 7 p.m. | 12 p.m.
Tucson, Arizona | Hi Corbett Field
Utah baseball travels to Tucson, Arizona this weekend to take on the Arizona Wildcats.
The Utes are coming off a big win on Sunday against No. 23 Arizona State where they scored three runs in the bottom of the ninth for the win.
Arizona is on a hot streak winning six in a row after sweeping USC last weekend. They lead the Pac-12 hitting .331 on the season.
WALK IT OFF
Against Arizona State on Sunday, Utah led the entire game until the Sun Devils scored four runs in the top of the ninth to take a 6-4 lead.
Utah responded in the bottom half of the inning with three runs of their own with a two-run home run from Christopher Rowan, Jr. and game-winning single by Shea Kramer.
It was Utah's first walk-off win this season.
HAVOC ON THE BASES
When Jaylon McLaughlin gets on base, he's always a threat to get a steal. He's second in the Pac-12 with 17 stolen bases going 17-20 on the season.
McLaughlin leads the team with 23 runs and in Utah's 10 wins, he has scored a run in nine of them.
He has currently scored a run in six straight games.
WATSON STEPS UP ON SUNDAY's
David Watson has helped Utah get three wins in conference play pitching on Sundays.
His latest against Arizona State, he went 6.3 innings only allowing two runs on four hits. He struck out six Sun Devils.
After getting a win against Cal, he pitched his longest outing of the season against Oregon State going 7.2 innings and only giving up three runs on five hits.
It was Utah's first win ever in Corvallis.
KRAMER LEADS THE TEAM IN RBI
Shea Kramer has come up in the clutch for Utah leading the team in RBI with 23.
This past weekend against Arizona State, he added five to that count after hitting .545 going 6-11 at the plate.
Overall, the right fielder has hit .237 on the season and has started in 23 of 29 games he's played in.
Utah will host Northern Colorado at Lindquist Field in Ogden from Saturday, May 8-Monday, May 10.