Washington State won its fourth consecutive baseball game, scoring six times in the seventh inning Tuesday in a 13-8 non-conference win over Utah in Salt Lake City.
Senior Greg Lagreid had a career night with four hits and five RBIs for the Cougars (19-16).
The score was tied 7-7 before the Cougars broke the game open. Alex Burg and Lagreid had two-run singles in the decisive inning.
•Also in non-conference play: Central Valley graduate A.J. Gosney was a combined 4 for 5 with four RBIs for Central Washington University (15-27) during a 10-9 and 5-1 sweep of visiting Whitworth (6-26) in Ellensburg. The Pirates scored seven runs in the fifth inning of the opener, including two-run doubles by Mitch Nelson and Dan Belet.
Western Athletic Conference Championships: Balky putters proved troublesome for the University of Idaho during the second round at Wolf Run (Nev.) Golf Course. The Vandals were at 12-over-par 300 for the day and third overall with 598 behind San Jose State (574) and Fresno State (591). Freshmen Kayla Mortellaro and Teo Poplawski are sixth and seventh with 146 and 147 scores, respectively.
•Big Sky Conference Championships: Eastern Washington is eighth out of nine teams with a 655 score after two rounds at Ocotillo GC in Chandler, Ariz. Marli Mikulecky is tied for 14th at 157 and Kellie Holmstedt is 17th at 158.
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