Feb. 25, 2010

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Den Dekker leads No. 7 Florida past Siena

San Diego State stops San Diego, Hawaii nips Oregon


In Gainesville, Fla., Matt den Dekker (left) went 4 for 6 with two runs and two RBI as No. 7 Florida smacked Siena 13-3 Thursday at McKethan Stadium. The Gators (5-0) scored 12 in the third through sixth innings to take control. Austin Maddox, Tyler Thompson and Ben McMahan each had three hits and two RBI for Florida. Tommy Toledo (1-0) fanned a career-high seven in five innings with three hits, two earned runs and one walk to earn the victory. Gary DerHagopian had two hits and two runs for the Saints (1-4).


San Diego State 5, San Diego 2

In San Diego, in a battle of former closers, Addison Reed out-dueled A.J. Griffin as San Diego State took the opener of its four-game series with San Diego at Tony Gwynn Stadium. Reed (1-1) tossed a complete game, allowing four hits and one earned run with one walk and 11 strikeouts. Griffin (1-1) surrendered five hits and four runs in six innings with two walks and eight strikeouts. Victor Sanchez went deep in the third for the Toreros (3-3). The Aztecs (2-4) tied it with a run in the third before Cory Vaughn’s blast in the sixth put the home team ahead. Josh Chasse added a three-run shot in the seventh for SDSU.


Hawaii 4, Oregon 3

In Honolulu, Jeffrey Van Doornum had two hits, including a double and a home run, as Hawaii edged Oregon in the opener of their four-game series in front of 2,223 fans at Les Murakami Stadium. The Rainbows (2-3) scored three in the first before the Ducks (3-2) plated a pair in the third. Van Doornum went deep in the fifth to make it 4-2. Oregon tallied its final run in the seventh. Nate Klein (1-0) worked six innings to notch the victory with seven hits, three runs, two walks and one strikeout. Lenny Linsky closed the game with two perfect innings, including three strikeouts, to record his first save. K.C. Serna had three hits and a run for the Ducks.


Texas Tech 12, Bethune-Cookman 8

In Lubbock, Texas, Taylor Ashby had three hits and four RBI to lead Texas Tech past Bethune-Cookman in the first game of the 2010 Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic at Dan Law Field. Jeremy Mayo had three hits for the Red Raiders (5-0), including a two-run homer in a three-run third. Ashby had a two-run single in the sixth for Tech. Matt Wright had three hits and knocked in four for the Wildcats (1-3).


Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 13, Houston-Victoria 6

In Victoria, Texas, Trey Hernandez hit a three-run homer in the first to propel Texas A&M-Corpus Christi past Houston-Victoria at Riverside Stadium. Cory Ege drove in three for the Islanders (3-0). Marc Damon had two hits and two RBI for the visitors. Damon (1-0) also earned the victory on the mound, fanning seven in four innings. David Baker had a two-run homer for UHV (6-15).


Utah Valley 21, Southern Utah 10

In St. George, Utah, Kevin Arendse belted two homers and drove in six, tying a school record, as Utah Valley outscored Southern Utah. Arendse had a grand slam in a six-run first and added a two-run shot in the sixth. Billy Burgess had four hits and also knocked in six. He doubled in each of his first three at-bats. Chris Benson and Austin Heaps both had three hits for the Wolverines (1-3). Bo Cuthbertson had three RBI for the Thunderbirds (0-5).


UC Davis 3-2, BYU 0-10

In Davis, Calif., Alex Wolfe had three hits, including a double, and drove in two in the nightcap as BYU split a doubleheader with UC Davis. Andrew Law had a two-run triple in the third and scored on a double steal for the Cougars (1-4). Law finished with three stolen bases, but was forced to leave in the fifth when he pulled a hamstring. Scott Lyman had three hits for the Aggies (4-2). In the opener, Dayne Quist (2-0) tossed seven scoreless innings with five hits, one walk and four strikeouts for UC Davis. Daniel Cepin had three hits and a run for the Aggies.


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