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North Carolina 2, No. 2 Florida State 1 (10)
Around the Bases
LSU completes SEC sweep of No. 10
San Diego extends win streak to 16; Miller
tosses no-hitter for Princeton
In Baton Rouge, La., LSU doubled up No. 10 South
Carolina 6-3 Sunday to complete a three-game SEC sweep in a game
that was delayed twice by rain. LSU (9-11-1, 28-16-1) starter
Ryan Verdugo went six innings, allowing three runs on seven hits
to improve to 7-2. Derek Helenihi was 3 for 4 for the Tigers,
including a solo home run. D.J. LaMahieu added a two-run shot.
Phil Disher was 2 for 3 for the Gamecocks (11-10, 31-14)
including a solo shot.
No. 12 San Diego 11, Loyola Marymount 2
In Linda Vista, Calif., Jose Valerio belted two
homers, including a grand slam as part of a six-run second,
helping San Diego to a West Coast Conference sweep of Loyola
Marymount (5-10, 20-23) at Cunningham Stadium. The Toreros
(13-2, 25-11) have now won 16 straight, setting a school record.
Princeton 3-6, Cornell 2-3
In Princeton, N.J., Steven Miller pitch a
no-hitter in the opener as Princeton swept an Ivy League
doubleheader from Cornell at Clarke Field. In the first game,
the Big Red (6-14, 12-27) loaded the bases with two walks and an
error in the first and scored on a hit batsman and a walk.
Miller (3-2) settled down to complete the no-hitter. He walked
six and struck out 10 in seven innings. After the Tigers (11-9,
19-22) got an RBI single by Micah Kaplan in the fourth, they
took the lead in the sixth on a two-run homer by Spencer Lucian.
In Game 2, Christian Staehely (6-2) tossed the nine-inning
complete game with five hits, two walks and four strikeouts.
Jack Murphy’s two-run homer in the eighth snapped a 3-3 tie for
No. 1 Miami (Fla.) 10, No. 20 Virginia 0
In Coral Gables, Fla., Mark Sobolewski had a
career-high six RBI to lead Miami past Virginia and complete its
fourth ACC series sweep. Enrique Garcia scattered three hits
over seven scoreless innings to pick up the victory for the
Hurricanes (20-2, 36-5). Ryan Jackson also went 3 for 5 with two
RBI and four Hurricanes scored at least two runs. The Cavaliers
(13-11, 32-15) never got much going and did not have more than
one hit in any inning until the ninth.
No. 4 Arizona State 18, No. 13 California 2
In Tempe, Ariz., Arizona State used a 10-run
second to complete a Pac-10 sweep of California in front of
2,569 fans at Winkles Field-Packard Stadium. The Golden Bears
(7-8, 27-13-2) scored a pair in the top of the first before the
Sun Devils (10-5, 35-7) used three hits, six walks, a hit
batsman and two errors to put up 10 runs in the second. Brett
Wallace had an RBI single to put ASU ahead. Petey Paramore added
a two-run homer in the third for the Sun Devils.
No. 5 Rice 7, UCF 6
In Orlando, Fla., Rice beat UCF in a close
contest for the second day in a row to earn a Conference USA
series victory. The Owls (15-3, 34-11) broke a scoreless tie in
the fourth with four runs, including an Aaron Luna two-run
single. The Knights (5-13, 27-18) struck back in the bottom of
the inning a two-run triple by Chadd Hartman and an RBI single
by Josh Siebenaler. After UCF tied the game in fifth,
back-to-back homers by Rick Hague and Adam Zornes in the seventh
put Rice back in front for good. J. P. Padron was 3 for 4 and
scored twice for the Owls.
No. 8 Texas A&M 3, No. 6 Missouri 2 (10)
In College Station, Tex., Texas A&M completed a
Big 12 sweep of Missouri when Kyle Colligan led off the 10th
with a walk-off home run. Colligan was the only Aggie player
with multiple hits, going 2 for 4 and scoring twice. Aaron Senne
and Trevor Coleman each had three hits for the Tigers (9-9,
29-14). Texas A&M (18-3, 37-7) starter Clayton Ehlert went six
innings, allowing a single run on three hits. Missouri starter
Rick Zagone went the distance, allowing six hits and the three
runs while striking out 10.
Indiana State 8, No. 7 Wichita State 7
In Terre Haute, Ind., Indiana State rallied for
four in the bottom of the ninth to avoid the Missouri Valley
sweep at the hands of Wichita State at Sycamore Field. The
Shockers (11-4, 33-9) scored three in the top of the ninth to
snap a 4-4 tie. Pascual Del Real had a two-run single in the
bottom of the ninth to pull the Sycamores (6-9, 13-26) to within
one. Sean Osborne brought in the tying run with a base hit up
the middle. Del Real scored the game-winner on a wild pitch.
Baylor 8, No. 9 Nebraska 3
In Waco, Texas, Paul Miles had a two-run single
to highlight a four-run first as Baylor salvaged the final game
of its Big 12 series with Nebraska at Baylor Ballpark. Willie
Kempf and Mace Thurman combined for 11 strikeouts for the Bears
(9-12, 25-20). Craig Corriston homered in the second for the
Huskers (15-5-1, 32-8-1).
Florida 7, No. 11 Georgia 2
In Gainesville, Fla., Florida took an early lead
and kept the Georgia offense in check to win the SEC series.
Brandon McArthur hit a three-RBI double and then came around to
score to put the Gators up 4-0 after three. Florida (12-9,
27-16) hurler Patrick Keating kept the Bulldogs (15-5-1,
29-14-1) off the board until he allowed two runs in the seventh.
The Gators responded with a run in the seventh and then sealed
the game in the eighth when Josh Adams hit a two-run homer. Josh
Edmondson pitched 2.1 innings of relief to pick up his second
No. 14 UC Irvine 12, New Mexico 1
In Albuquerque, N.M., Dillon Bell ignited an Anteater slugfest
by driving in five as UC Irvine completed a three-game sweep at
New Mexico. Bell went 3 for 5 with a home run, his second of the
series, and paced the 17-hit attack for Irvine (28-10). Daniel
Bibona earned his sixth win, holding the Lobos (27-19) to one
earned run on five hits and fanning five in seven innings.
USC 10, No. 15 Stanford 9
In Stanford, Calif., Derek Perren homered and
drove in five as USC outscored Stanford to avoid the Pac-10
sweep. Perren’s two-run shot in the first gave the Trojans (7-8,
20-22) the early lead. Mike Roskopf added a solo shot in the
second for USC. Perren had a three-run double in a four-run
third for the Trojans. Jason Castro had a two-run homer in the
fifth for the Cardinal (10-5, 25-13-2).
No. 16 Oklahoma State 8, Kansas 3
In Stillwater, Okla., Oklahoma State completed a
Big 12 sweep of Kansas on Sunday. Leadoff man Donnie Webb went
deep and walked three times for the Cowboys (14-7, 32-11) and
Thomas Belza was 3 for 5 and scored twice. Casey Larson was 2
for 3 for the Jayhawks (5-13, 25-22) including a solo homer.
No. 21 Kentucky 3, No. 17 Vanderbilt 1
In Nashville, Tenn., Kentucky made Vanderbilt pay
for four errors in winning the SEC series. Vanderbilt (11-9,
31-13) scored in the first when Dominic de la Osa singled with
the bases loaded. Kentucky starter Greg Dombrowski was able to
escape further damage as he got a popout and a strikeout to end
the inning. Two Vanderbilt throwing errors led to a Kentucky run
in the second. Sawyer Carroll gave the Wildcats (11-10, 33-11)
the lead for good when he tripled with runners on second and
third in the fifth. Dombrowski and reliever Andrew Albers kept
the ‘Dores offense in check the rest of the way to pick up the
vital SEC win. Vanderbilt starter Nick Christiani picked up the
loss, but threw his first collegiate complete game.
No. 18 Cal State Fullerton 8, UC Davis 5
In Fullerton, Calif., Josh Fellhauer led Cal State Fullerton
going 3 for 5 with three runs and two RBI in the Titans’ win
over UC Davis. The Titans (11-4, 26-15) held on to first place
in the Big West when Aggies (7-5, 26-15) shortstop Scott Heylman
misplayed a easy groundout with two outs in the bottom of the
seventh, allowing Corey Jones to drive in the winning run.
No. 19 Coastal Carolina 3-12, VMI 4-1
In Lexington, Va., Coastal Carolina and VMI split
a Big South doubleheader after Saturday’s game was postponed due
to rain. In the first game, Shane Geisslinger hit a one-out RBI
single in the bottom of the ninth to give the Keydets (11-7,
22-22) a 4-3 victory. VMI led 3-1 through three innings, but
Chanticleer runs in the fourth and fifth inning tied the game.
Solid pitching by Coastal starter Joey Haug and reliever Pete
Andrelczyk and VMI hurlers Michael Bowman and Travis Smink kept
the bats quiet until the VMI ninth. In Game 2, Coastal (12-3,
36-9) hammered the Keydet staff for 12 runs and VMI never
threatened in the 12-1 Coastal win. Tommy Baldridge (3 for 4)
and Scott Woodward (1 for 3, 3 runs) paced the Coastal attack
with three RBI each, while Chance Gilmore drove in two. Tanner
Biagini was the only Keydet to score when he tagged Nick McCully
for a homer in the fourth.