One month later, Gonzaga defeated San Francisco.
The Bulldogs scored four runs in the top of the 13th inning and Mark Phillips threw a perfect inning for a 6-2 West Coast Conference baseball win Thursday at San Francisco to complete a game suspended April 10 by darkness.
Andrew Danner, who pitched the 12th inning one month ago, earned the win for the Bulldogs (15-31, 3-9). The Dons fell to 24-25, 7-8.
Snow College defeated North Idaho 14-12 to open the Region 18 tournament at Salt Lake City. No other details were available. The Cardinals (32-29) will play Southern Nevada (34-21) at 11 a.m. today in a loser-out game.
•Mandy Urfer homered and had two RBIs as Arizona State (41-13, 10-9 Pac-10) upended No. 1 Washington (43-6, 15-4) 6-5 in Tempe, Ariz. Usual starter Danielle Lawrie did not pitch for UW, but she homered.
After making the NCAA Division III women’s tennis tournament for the second straight year, Whitworth couldn’t improve upon its first-round exit of 2009, losing 5-0 to Texas-Tyler in Claremont, Calif.
Erica Bosman had the Pirates’ only opportunity for a point, serving match point with a 2-6, 6-1, 5-2 lead in her singles match. But play was stopped when teammate Katie Staudinger fell 6-2, 6-4 to Lauren Giovannini, clinching the match for Tyler.
Emily Guthrie and Mariesa Stombaugh each fired 84s and the Whitworth women shot 13 over par on the par-5 10th hole to finish with a 353 in the third round of the NCAA Division III women’s tournament in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. The Pirates are in 17th place heading into the final round.