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College baseball: San Diego stops Gonzaga from taking WCC title outright

Bryson Brigman drove in three runs Saturday as San Diego (27-29, 13-14) kept visiting Gonzaga from winning the West Coast Conference baseball title outright with a 10-4 victory.

The Bulldogs (33-16, 18-9) ended up tied for first place with Brigham Young, which won Saturday. Saint Mary’s, which plays Sunday, can also finish 18-9.

All three teams will advance to the conference tournament, which begins Thursday in Stockton, California.

Joey Harris and Nick Brooks had two RBIs apiece for Gonzaga.

Washington State 12, McNeese State 9: Patrick McGrath and Cameron Frost finished with three hits and three RBIs apiece as the Cougars (18-33) salvaged one game of the four-game nonconference series by holding off the Cowboys (29-23) at Bailey-Brayton Field.

The Cougars jumped to a 10-0 lead after three innings and held on after the Cowboys scored eight consecutive runs.

Frost’s RBI double in the seventh gave WSU some breathing room at 11-8.

WSU will meet Washington at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in Yakima.

Pac-12

Stanford 8, Washington 7 (12): Alex Dunlap went 5 for 6 with a homer and Quinn Brodey homered and drove in five runs as the visiting Cardinal (28-22, 12-14) defeated the Huskies (30-19, 15-11) in extra innings after scoring twice in the top of the ninth.

Levi Jordan went 4 for 6 with a homer and three RBIs for the Huskies, who began the day one-half game behind first-place Utah, which played a late game.

NCAA Division III regional

Trinity (Texas) 12, Pacific Lutheran 7: Carter McEachern drove in three runs and capped a four-run fifth with an RBI double as the Tigers (39-7) defeated the Lutes (29-19) in the championship round to advance to nationals.

The game was suspended in the seventh at Avista Stadium and completed at host Whitworth University.

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