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Moore's pinch-hit RBI
double helps Fullerton nip LBSU
Oregon earns a split in series at Hawaii,
Fresno State edges Oregon State
Long Beach, Calif., Walker Moore had a pinch-hit run-scoring
double to snap a 1-1 tie in the top of the seventh as No. 14 Cal
State Fullerton nipped Long Beach State 4-3 Monday evening at
Blair Field. It was career win No. 250 for head coach Dave
Serrano (right). Moore would score on a base hit by Michael
Lorenzen as the Titans (2-2) led 3-1. Fullerton added a run in
the ninth before the Dirtbags (1-2) got a pair in the bottom of
the ninth. Colin O’Connell (1-0) allowed five hits and one run
in seven innings with no walks and six strikeouts to earn the
win. Chris Devenski pitched the final two innings to earn the
save. Walker finished with two hits and two runs for the Titans.
Mike Marjama and Ino Patron both had two hits for LBSU.
No. 16 Oregon 4, Hawaii 3
In Honolulu, Aaron Jones had two hits, including
a home run, as Oregon edged Hawaii in front of a crowd of 3,104
at Les Murakami Stadium to earn a split in their four-game
series. The game was called after eight innings due to Oregon’s
travel plans. Jones led off the game with a dinger as both teams
scored single runs in the first and fourth innings. The Ducks
(2-2) rallied for a pair in the sixth as Stefan Sabol tripled
and scored on a base hit by Danny Pulfer, who eventually scored
on an error. Michael Blake had a sacrifice fly in the seventh as
the Rainbows (2-2) pulled to within one. Jack Marder had two
hits for Oregon. Kolten Wong went 2 for 3 with a run for Hawaii.
Fresno State 5, Oregon State 4
In Fresno, Calif., Austin Wynns had a
game-winning RBI single in the bottom of the ninth as Fresno
State edged Oregon State in front of 2,020 fans at Beiden Field.
After the Beavers (1-2) got one in the top of the first, the
Bulldogs (3-0) answered with three in the second and one in the
sixth for a 4-1 advantage. OSU got two in the seventh and one in
the top of the ninth to tie it at 4-4. Aaron Judge (3 for 4, 1
R, 1 RBI), Austin Wynns (2 for 4, 1 R, 1 RBI) and Danny Muno (1
for 3, 2 RBI) led the offense for FSU. Brian Stamps had three
hits for the Beavers, while Luke Acosta added two hits and two
RBI for OSU.
San Jose State 2, Saint Mary’s 0
In Moraga, Calif., three pitchers combined on the
shutout as SJSU spoiled the home opener for Saint Mary’s at
Louis Guisto Field. Andy Hennessey started and went 4.2 innings
for the Spartans (2-0) with five hits, two walks and four
strikeouts. John Austin (1-0) surrendered two hits in 2.1
innings with no walks and two strikeouts to pick up the win.
Zack Jones tossed two hitless innings with four punchouts to
register his first save. Nick Borg homered in the top of the
second to give SJSU all the offense it would need. Michael
Reiling added a sac fly in the ninth for an insurance run. Toby
DeMello went 3 for 3 for the Gaels (0-2).
Sacramento State 3, UC Davis 2
In Sacramento, Calif., Kirby Young had a
run-scoring single with two outs in the bottom of the 10th to
lift Sacramento State over UC Davis at John Smith Field. Eli
Davis singled and advanced to second on an error to start the
10th for the Hornets (2-1). After a pair of strikeouts, Davis
moved to third on a wild pitch, setting the stage for Young’s
heroics. CJ Blom drove in the tying run in the top of the ninth
for the Aggies (1-2) with two outs to force the extra frame.
Trevor Paine and Dax Turner both singled and scored for
Sacramento State. Scott Heylman and Scott Lyman both had two
hits for UC Davis.
Cal State Bakersfield 6, San Francisco 2
In Bakersfield, Calif., Jeremy Rodriguez went 4
for 5 as Cal State Bakersfield topped USF at Hardt Field. Ryan
McIntyre had a two-run single in the third for the Roadrunners
(2-2) before the Dons (0-4) got a run in the sixth. CSUB added
one in the seventh before USF answered in the top of the eighth.
Oscar Sanay drove in a pair to cap a three-run rally in the
bottom of the eighth for the Roadrunners. Andrew Letourneau had
three hits and two runs for CSUB. Stephen Yarrow had two hits
and two RBI for the Dons.
Penn State 8, Nexen Heroes 7 (exhibition)
In St. Petersburg, Fla., Michael Glantz went 3
for 3 with two RBI to lead Penn State past the Nexen Heroes in
front of 3,035 fans at Progress Energy Park. The game started
the inaugural International Baseball Series. The Heroes are from
Seoul, South Korea, and compete in the country’s top
professional league. The Heroes scored single runs in each of
the first three innings before the Nittany Lions got five in the
sixth. The Heroes added one in the seventh to make it 5-4, but
PSU put up three in the top of the ninth for an 8-4 lead. The
Heroes tallied three in the bottom of the frame, but came up one
run short. Jordan Steranka drove in two for the Lions. Lee Soung
Yong went 2 for 2 with one run and one RBI for the Heroes.
(photo by Matt Brown)