Washington baseball rolls past CSU Bakersfield, 7-3
Freshman Tyler Davis stretched his consecutive scoreless-innings streak to 22-1/3 before finally allowing a run, leading the Washington...
Freshman Tyler Davis stretched his consecutive scoreless-innings streak to 22-1/3 before finally allowing a run, leading the Washington baseball team to a 7-3 win over CSU Bakersfield Saturday at Husky Ballpark.
Against the Roadrunners, Davis (2-0) allowed just four hits and didn't allow a runner beyond second base until a seventh-inning homer broke his scoreless innings streak. He struck out seven and walked none in seven innings.
Chase Anselment and Robert Pehl each had two hits and an RBI to pace the UW (14-7) offense.
UW softball wins
Hooch Fagaly and Kaitlin Inglesby each had two hits and three RBI as the Washington softball team rolled to a 6-1 win over Utah at Husky Softball Stadium.
Utah scored its run in the top of the first with two doubles off Kasey Stanchek, who followed with six scoreless innings pitched.
The Huskies (31-1, 2-0 Pac-12) took the lead in the bottom of the first on Inglesby's two-RBI single, followed by an RBI single from Fagaly.
Washington, with a score of 194.125, finished seventh of eight teams at the Pac-12 championships in Salt Lake City. UCLA (197.425) won the title, followed by Utah (197.375) and Oregon State (197.025).
The Huskies' McKenzie Fechter (38.875) tied for 10th in the all-around, and she and teammate Ruby Engreitz tied for high event honors with 10th-place finishes on the floor (9.875).
• Sherah Veron won her second conference title on the floor (9.875), and Seattle Pacific (191.150) finished second at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championships in Davis, Calif.
Seattle University (12-9) rallied late to beat host San Jose State 6-4. With the score tied 4-4 in the eighth inning, Grant Newton laced a double into right-center field to drive in two runs.
• UCLA scored six runs in the sixth inning on the way to a 12-3 rout of Washington State (10-10, 1-4 Pac-12) in Los Angeles.
• Kyle Long pitched his second consecutive complete game, and Central Washington (9-9, 5-1 Great Northwest Athletic Conference) took advantage of three Western Oregon errors in earning a 2-1 victory in the second game of a doubleheader in Ellensburg. Western Oregon won the opener, 12-6.
Seattle University fell twice on the final day of the SpringHill Suites Invitational in Boise, Idaho, losing to New Mexico, 8-5, and Texas San-Antonio, 8-3.
Sarah Petosa led the Redhawks (7-16) on offense, going 3 for 7 with four RBI in the games.
• Western Washington (5-19, 3-1) split a doubleheader with Northwest Nazarene, losing the opener, 5-3, and winning the nightcap by the same score.
• Central Washington (8-12, 7-8 GNAC) managed just five hits over 12 innings in falling to Simon Fraser, 12-1 and 3-1, in Burnaby, B.C.
Track and field
Washington got wins from A.J. Maricich (high jump, 7 feet, 1/4 inch), Logan Miller (women's pole vault, 13-2 ¼) and Robby Fegles (men's pole vault, 16-7 ½) at the Trojan Invitational in Los Angeles.
Washington (6-7, 0-4 Pac-12) got wins from freshmen Capucine Gregoire and Julija Lukac in singles, but dropped a 5-2 decision to 30th-ranked Arizona State in Tempe.
The Western Washington women opened their season with five wins in six races at the Cascade Sprints at American Lake in Tacoma. The Vikings' varsity eight, which returned six rowers from last year's NCAA Division II national champion crew, won in 6 minutes, 42.4 seconds. Seattle Pacific was fifth in 7:04.0.
Gonzaga's Tai Jade Kliebphipat (5-over 221) finished tied for 18th and the Bulldogs (904) ended in 12th at the Mountainview Collegiate in Tucson, Ariz.
• Ryan Villopoto of Poulsbo raced to his seventh AMA Supercross victory in the first 12 rounds of the season, holding off Justin Brayton at Rogers Centre in Toronto. Villopoto has a 79-point lead over Ryan Dungey in his bid to repeat as the series champion.
• With a 9-5 win over California's Lyle Sieg squad, Washington's Brady Clark rink captured its fourth straight USA Curling Mixed National Championship and ninth overall in Portage, Wis.
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