Sixth-ranked Washington beat Bethune-Cookman in both games of a double-header Saturday at Husky Ballpark to extend its win streak to seven games and sweep the three-games series against the visiting Wildcats. Washington (36-11-1) won game one 5-4 in 11 innings and game two 7-0 in seven innings. UW has won all 11 of its three-game series this season, five of them by sweeps.
Jacks Meggs scored on a throwing error in the 11th inning to lift Washington to a 5-4 win over Bethune-Cookman in game one of a doubleheader Saturday at Husky Ballpark.
Sixth-ranked Washington had just one hit through eight innings, but it was enough Friday night as three Husky pitchers combined to shutout Bethune-Cookman, 4-0, in the first of a three-game non-conference series at Husky Ballpark.
USA Baseball released its 30-man midseason Golden Spikes Award watch list on Thursday, and Husky pitcher Tyler Davis is among the candidates in consideration for the award.
Thursday's non-conference game scheduled between Washington and Bethune-Cookman has been postponed due to rain. The game will be made up Saturday as part of a double-header.
The Huskies (33-11-1, 19-5 Pac-12) have opened May on a high note, starting the month 4-0, including a sweep over Utah last weekend. This week, the Huskies have a bye in Pac-12 action and will host Bethune-Cookman (22-27) in a three-games series starting Thursday and running through Saturday.
Junior Robert Pehl singled home the go-ahead run in a five-run eighth innings as the sixth-ranked Husky baseball team rallied Tuesday night at Husky Ballpark to beat Grand Canyon University, 8-7.
The seventh-ranked Washington baseball team squandered leads of 10-1 and 13-12, but rallied with five runs in the eighth and three in the ninth to win a wild 21-17 game over Utah Sunday at Smith's Ballpark.
Husky ace Tyler Davis threw a career-high eight innings and picked up his 10th win of the season as Washington beat Utah 11-1 Saturday at Smith's Field to clinch its eighth Pac-12 series in eight tries.
Behind a season-high three home runs, the seventh ranked Huskies' baseball team rallied to beat the host Utah Utes, 8-4, in the first of a three-game series Friday at Smith's Ballpark in Salt Lake City.
After going 9-6 in April, Washington (29-11-1, 16-5) ushers in May with a three-game series at Utah (13-25, 3-15) this weekend.
Seattle University outhit No. 7 Washington 12-7 and made a five-run fourth inning stick to beat the Huskies, 6-3, Tuesday in a non-conference game at Husky Ballpark.