Kellen Camus struck out a career-high six in three innings of relief as Washington State defeated Brown 3-1 on Monday night at Bailey-Brayton Field to complete a four-game nonconference baseball sweep.
Nick Tanielu, with a double in the sixth, and Collin Slaybaugh, in the seventh, and J.J. Robinson, in the eighth, singled in runs for the Cougars (15-8).
Three Cougars pitchers held Brown (1-10) in check on seven hits.
• Gonzaga (14-7-1, 4-2 WCC) is ranked 21st in this week’s Baseball America Top 25 after taking two of three conference games during the weekend from previous No. 25 San Diego.
North Idaho College and Wenatchee pitchers matched one-hitters as they split nonleague games in Coeur d’Alene.
Shelby Carter hit a two-run home run and drove in four runs and Kelsey LaVaute had a solo homer to back Emily Perlich in an 8-0, five-inning first-game win for NIC (11-19).
Wenatchee’s Hailey Bator ended NIC’s six-game winning streak 2-0. Julia Rambo (Gonzaga Prep) had a first-inning RBI single for the Knights.
• Pitcher Kaitlin Inglesby went 3 for 3 with a home run and three RBIs and scattered nine hits in Washington’s (24-8, 2-1) 8-3 Pac-12 victory over Arizona (21-10, 1-2) in Tucson, Ariz.
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