USC Baseball Falls on the Road to No. 15 UCLA
LOS ANGELES – After taking the opener on Friday night, the USC baseball team dropped Saturday's contest at No. 15 UCLA, 11-2.
The Trojans never got going offensively and gave up a couple big inning to the Bruins, falling to 10-3 with the loss. UCLA improves to 10-5.
The Bruins scored three runs in the fourth and then tacked on four in the fifth, and the Trojans were unable to recover from the 7-0 deficit. USC scored two in the top of the sixth, but UCLA came right back with two of their own in the home half of the frame. A two-run eighth capped it for the Bruins.
Rhylan Thomas had the lone RBI in the game for the Trojans and Adrian Colon-Rosado had two hits.
- Adrian Colon-Rosado: 2-for-3, R
- Rhylan Thomas: 2-for-5, RBI
The Trojans wrap up their series with UCLA on Sunday at 3 p.m. Tomorrow's game will televised on the Pac-12 Network.