UW baseball holds off Utah rally for 7-6 win
The Washington baseball team used a four-run third inning then held off a late rally to beat Utah, 7-6, Sunday at Spring Mobile Ballpark...
SALT LAKE CITY — The Washington baseball team used a four-run third inning then held off a late rally to beat Utah, 7-6, Sunday at Spring Mobile Ballpark, wrapping up a Pac-12 series victory over the Utes (13-30, 6-15).
Reliever Austin Voth improved to 7-1 with the victory for the Huskies (23-18, 8-10).
Washington rallied but could not overcome Arizona State in a 5-4 loss in the regular-season home finale at Husky Softball Stadium.
The No. 3/2 Sun Devils (36-14, 7-13 Pac-12) took the series over the No. 11/13 Huskies (36-14, 7-13), who trailed 3-0.
The Husky men's golf team finished seventh in the Pac-12 Championship at Trysting Tree Golf Course in Corvallis, Ore. California won the title on the second hole of a playoff with Oregon.
The Huskies had a four-round total of 27-over-par 1,467. Washington State was ninth at 43-over 1,483.
Washington junior All-American Chris Williams finished ninth at 5-under 283.
• The UW women finished tied with Oregon and Washington State for eighth at 45-over 909 at the Pac-12 championships at Palouse Ridge in Pullman.
SooBin Kim tied for 12th at 6-over 222.
• The Seattle University men's golf team is fifth at 26-over 314 after the first round of the America Sky Conference championship at Lake of Isles Golf Course in Ledyard, Conn.
Taylor Ard hit an RBI single with two outs in the bottom of the ninth to provide Washington State a 7-6 victory over No. 23 Arizona State (26-17, 11-10) at Bailey-Brayton Field.
• Loyola Marymount scored three runs in the ninth inning to rally past host Gonzaga, 4-3, in the final game of the West Coast Conference series. The Bulldogs fell to 27-14, 7-8.
• Western Oregon swept a doubleheader from Central Washington, 10-2 and 5-1. The Wildcats fell to 16-26, 8-16 in the GNAC.
The Western Washington varsity eight and second varsity eight each had gold medal winning performances in final-day of women's competition at the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association (WIRA) championships on Lake Natoma in Gold River, Calif. Seattle Pacific rowed to a silver-medal performance in the men's novice four event and the Falcons varsity eight women finished fourth.
Brady and Cristin Clark of Lynnwood recorded the USA's best-ever finish with a fourth-place showing at the 2012 World Mixed Doubles Championship in Erzurum, Turkey.
The Americans fell to Austria's Christian and Claudia Roth, 12-7, in the bronze-medal game.
• Host Seattle University fell to Northern Colorado 9-2 and 6-3 in a softball doubleheader.
• Julian Erosa and Brandon Hempleman captured CageSport championships following impressive performances Saturday evening at the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma. Erosa emphatically claimed the featherweight title after submitting Ryan Mulvihill in the fourth round. Hempleman knocked out Jeff "TNT" Hatton of Aberdeen.
Compiled from sports-information reports and other sources.