Tyler Davis struck out a career-high 11 batters and threw his second complete game of the season, but it wasn't enough Saturday at Husky Ballpark as No. 7 Arizona State came away with a 4-3 win to even the series at 1-1.
Washington rallied for three runs with two outs in the eighth inning to topple seventh-ranked Arizona State, 9-7, in the opening game of a three-game series Friday night at Husky Ballpark.
This weekend, the Huskies (20-14, 6-9 Pac-12) host Baseball America's No. 7 ranked Arizona State Sun Devils (23-10, 11-4). The Sun Devils come in to Seattle winner in 13 of their last 17 games and have won seven of eight three-game series, only dropping two of three against then-No. 1 TCU.
As the Huskies navigate the rest of the season, Noah Bremer, Levi Jordan and Joey Morgan will continue to be key contributors. That should be no problem for this trio that is the cornerstone of the Huskies' future. They have already proven they can contribute early, and that they can succeed often.
Washington hammered three home runs and scored six runs in the first two innings in cruising to a 9-5 win over Seattle University at Husky Ballpark Tuesday night.
Washington took advantage of five errors by the Cougars' and beat them 5-2 to salvage the final game of the three-game series at Bailey-Brayton Field on Saturday.
Washington State scored twice in the sixth inning and three times in the seventh to break open a 2-2 tie and beat Washington, 8-3, and secure the Pac-12 series victory at Bailey-Brayton Field Friday night.
Washington State scored twice in the seventh to overcome a 2-1 deficit and beat the Huskies 3-2 in game one of the Pac-12 series Thursday night at Bailey-Brayton Field.
USA Baseball released its 60-player midseason USA Baseball Golden Spikes Award watch list on Thursday and Washington senior Tyler Davis is among the candidates. Davis was a semi-finalist as a junior in 2014.
Washington takes its 9-2 road record to Pullman this weekend for a three-game series against Washington State, Thursday through Saturday. The Huskies (18-12, 5-7 Pac-12) are coming off their first-ever three-game sweep at Stanford, while WSU (14-16, 3-9) is coming off taking two of three against California.
Washington outfielder Braden Bishop was named Pac-12 Baseball Player of the Week, the Conference announced Monday.
Washington beat Stanford 5-0 Saturday at Sunken Diamond to complete its first-ever road sweep of the Cardinal. Three Husky pitchers allowed two hits and combined for the team's first-ever shutout of the Cardinal on the road.