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UC Irvine 4, San Francisco
No. 10 Long Beach State 8, No. 13 Wichita State 5
Around the Bases
No. 1 ASU comes from
behind to beat No. 8 Michigan
No. 2 Arizona outscores Sacramento State;
No. 3 Ole Miss tops Indiana State
In Surprise, Ariz., Brett Wallace had three hits
as top-ranked Arizona State trailed for the first time this
season before earning an 8-4 come-from-behind win over No. 8
Michigan in the Coca-Cola Classic. Matt Newman’s two-run single
highlighted a five-run eighth for the Sun Devils (6-0).
No. 2 Arizona 15, Sacramento State 7
In Tucson, Ariz., Jon Gaston had three hits,
including a home run, with three runs and two RBI as Arizona
outscored Sacramento State (1-4). T.J. Steele also had three
hits for the Wildcats (4-1) with a double and a triple, two runs
and an RBI.
No. 3 Ole Miss 11, Indiana State 4
In Oxford, Miss., Cody Satterwhite (2-0) allowed
one run in seven innings with six strikeouts as Ole Miss
defeated Indiana State. Michael Hubbard and Zach Miller both had
three hits for the Rebels (7-0).
No. 4 North Carolina 6, St. John’s 2
In Rock Hill, S.C., Kyle Seager knocked in three
for the third straight game as North Carolina stopped St. John’s
at the Coca-Classic. Colin Bates (2-0) tossed six innings of
shutout relief for the Tar Heels (6-1) with two hits, one walk
and six strikeouts.
No. 5 South Carolina 10, No. 15 Clemson 1
In Columbia, S.C., Reese Havens belted a grand
slam in the second as South Carolina powered past Clemson in
front of 5,921 fans at Sarge Frye Field. Mike Cisco (2-0)
allowed one run in 7.1 innings for the Gamecocks (4-1) with
eight hits, one walk and four strikeouts. J.D. Burgess had an
RBI double for the Tigers (5-1).
No. 11 Rice 10, No. 6 Texas 4
In Houston, Rice used three home runs to
overpower Texas at the Houston College Classic at Minute Maid
Park. Chad Mozingo, Diego Seastrunk and Rick Hague each went
deep for the Owls (5-2).
Iowa 6, No. 7 Vanderbilt 3
In Nashville, Tenn., Wes Freie went 4 for 4 with
an RBI as Iowa upset Vanderbilt in the Music City Challenge.
Matt Mossey had two hits and two runs for the Hawkeyes.
No. 9 Miami (Fla.) 8, Florida 5
In Coral Gables, Fla., Dave DiNatale’s two-run
double in the bottom of the seventh snapped a 5-5 tie and
carried Miami past Florida in front of a capacity crowd of 3,000
at Mark Light Stadium. Blake Tekotte scored four times for the
Hurricanes (5-0). Cole Figueroa had two hits and three RBI for
the Gators (5-2).