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College baseball roundup: Gonzaga splits two with Cal State Northridge

UPDATED: Sat., Feb. 23, 2019

From staff reports

Gonzaga scored twice in the 13th inning to finish off Cal State Northridge 10-8 Saturday morning in Northridge, California, in a nonconference game that started Friday.

The teams played 12 innings Friday before the game was suspended due to darkness.

Ryan Sullivan went 2 for 5 with four runs, including a two-run home run in 11th inning. Isaac Barrera had four hits and Ernie Yake added three.

In Saturday’s regularly scheduled game, Wesley Moore took a no-hit bid into the eighth and the Matadors (3-3) beat the Bulldogs (2-4) 3-0.

Robert Bullard finished 2 for 4 with two runs to lead CSUN.

Gonzaga didn’t record a hit until Jack Kraul singled with two outs in the eighth. Josh Bristyan doubled in the ninth for Gonzaga’s only other hit.

Occidental 6-4, Whitworth 3-3: Antonio Aldrade scored twice and drove in a run as the Tigers (6-0) beat the Pirates (3-6) to open a doubleheader in Los Angeles.

Eamon McNeil added two hits and two RBIs and Nolan McCarthy struck out eight for Occidental.

Nicholas Nerud scored three runs and Jaxsen Sweum drove in two for the Pirates.

In the second game, Jake Fredrickson singled in the winning run in the bottom of the ninth to polish off the sweep.

Angelo Zorn homered to tie the score earlier in the inning for the Tigers.

Nicholas Nerud scored two runs for the Pirates.

Santa Clara 3, Washington State 1: Keegan McCarville tossed five scoreless innings as the Broncos (2-4) beat the Cougars (1-6) in Santa Clara, California.

Jake MacNichols scored a run and drove in another to lead Santa Clara’s offense.

Dillon Plew led WSU with three hits, and Garrett Gouldsmith had two.

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