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State colleges: Saint Mary's clobbers BYU baseball team 10-3

Published March 27, 2014 8:47 pm
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The Saint Mary's baseball team pummeled BYU 10-3 on Thursday in Moraga, Calif., as the Gaels racked up 16 hits; everyone in their starting lineup had at least one.

Saint Mary's stayed unbeaten in West Coast Conference play (4-0, 12-12 overall) as starting pitcher Ryan Brockett got the win to move to 4-2 this season.

Third baseman Dillon Robinson had three hits and drove in two runs for BYU (9-18, 1-6 WCC). Center fielder Brennon Lund had two hits, two runs scored and drove in a run.



The teams will play a doubleheader Friday starting at noon, moving Saturday's game to Friday because of rain in the forecast.

SLCC 5-15, USU Eastern 4-3 • The Bruins, atop the Scenic West standings (23-9, 13-3) swept a nonconference doubleheader Thursday in Price. SLCC's Zach Watts went a combined 5-for-8 with two doubles.

Men's tennis

Weber State 5, Sacramento State 2 • The Wildcats ended the Hornets' 34-match home winning streak in conference play, dating back to 2005, as they won Thursday in Sacramento, Calif. Weber State moved to 6-0 in Big Sky play and 10-8 overall as it swept the doubles matches and got singles wins from Oliver Good (No. 3), Caio Poitena (No. 4), Landon Barlow (No. 5) and Sanjay Goswami (No. 6).

 

 

 

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