Gonzaga freshman catcher Stephen Lund suffered a serious leg injury sliding into second base in the sixth inning, and the remainder of the Bulldogs’ 9-0 nonconference baseball win over Washington State was canceled Tuesday at Bailey-Brayton Field in Pullman.
Details regarding Lund’s health after the game were unavailable late Tuesday.
A post on Gonzaga baseball’s Twitter account said: “Today’s game quickly became much bigger than just a game. As our thoughts and prayers are with Stephen Lund tonight…we would like to thank the @wsucougarsbsb program, training staff and coaching staff for handling a very difficult situation with great class tonight!”
The Bulldogs (20-12) lit up the scoreboard with seven runs on two hits in the fifth. WSU (16-12) walked eight GU batters in the inning and also committed an error.
Reliever Nico Neglin improved to 4-1 on the mound for the Bulldogs.
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