Arizona State scored six runs in the eighth inning as the No. 21 Sun Devils rallied for a 12-8 victory over Washington State Friday night in the opener of a Pac-12 baseball series at Pullman.
ASU (32-21, 18-10 Pac-12) scored against each of the four Washington State (23-29, 13-15) relievers in the inning.
• For the first time in 114 years of Huskies baseball history, Washington has been shut out three straight games, this time by UCLA, 3-0, in Seattle. The Bruins (24-29-1, 11-17) snapped a 10-game losing streak and have now beaten UW (38-14-1, 20-8) 18 straight games dating to 2006.
Emmitt Su’a-Kalio, Gerald Sterling and Markell Sanders are no longer members of the Washington State football team, a source in the athletic department confirmed.
Sterling and Su’a-Kalio each redshirted as freshmen last season, while Sanders enrolled early for spring practice and would have been a freshman next season.
The departures leave the Cougars with an estimated 75 scholarship players next season, 10 below the NCAA maximum.
CC Spokane sophomore Evan Omelia was chosen as the NWAACC Player of the Year after finishing the season with a 70.3 scoring average, including four individual titles. Omelia was joined on the all-conference first team by two teammates, sophomore Cole Lorezo (72.3) and freshman Zack Spencer (73.3).
Freshmen Brady Calkins, medalist in the all-conference tournament, and John Duffin are on the second team. Scott Kramer is the conference coach of the year for the fourth time in seven years as Spokane’s coach.
Track and field
Whitworth’s Peter Dalap scored 6,801 points to finish fourth in the decathlon and earn All-American honors at the NCAA Division III championships in Delaware, Ohio. Stephen Cooper (6,057) was 18th.
Casey Monahan and Jonathan Hoff advanced to the 110-meter hurdles finals. William Wren failed to advance to the 800 finals.
It’s official, Byron Wesley, who played at USC last season, will play at Gonzaga after signing his financial aid agreement, GU announced.
Online registration will be available through Thursday for the June 1 Windermere Marathon and Half Marathon.
Register at: www.windermeremarathon.com.
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