After taking two of three games against nationally ranked Oregon this past week, the Washington Husky baseball team has moved up in the national polls this week.
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Washington right-handed pitcher Tyler Davis has been tabbed Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week for Mar. 31-April 6 after setting career highs with 10 strikeouts and 7 and 2/3 innings in a 1-0 victory over Oregon Saturday.
Andrew Ely delivered a walk-off, bases-loaded double that scored three runs in the bottom of the 10th inning to rally 14th-ranked Washington to an improbable 5-4 victory over 19th-ranked Oregon and set off a wild celebration on the infield of Husky Ballpark Sunday.
Saturday night at Husky Ballpark Tyler Davis shut the Ducks down for 7 and 2/3 innings to lead 14th-ranked Washington to a 1-0 win over No. 19 Oregon.
Oregon beat red-hot Washington 10-3 Friday night in the series opener at Husky Ballpark to end the Huskies 10-game win streak and send 1,982 fans home disappointed.
Braden Bishop's national-highlight catch is the latest eye-opening development in a roaring spring for 14th-ranked UW (20-5-1, 8-1 Pac-12). Now No. 19, second-place Oregon (21-8, 6-3) arrives for a three-game series that will measure how far the Huskies have come.
After appearing in only Collegiate Baseball News' rankings at 19th last season, Washington is unanimously ranked in every major college baseball polls.
Washington first baseman/outfielder Brian Wolfe has been named Pac-12 Player of the Week and Oregon State left-handed pitcher Jace Fry has been tabbed Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week for Mar. 24-30, the Conference office announced Monday.
Washington scored five times in the 14th inning to beat USC, 8-3, Sunday at Dedeaux Field to sweep the Trojans and run its win streak to 10 consecutive games. The Huskies finished March 16-1 and are 17-1 over their last 18 games.
Brian Wolfe homered twice and had 8 RBIs to lead a Husky offensive onslaught as they scored in every inning, pounded out a season-high 25 hits and scored a season-high 19 times in a 19-4 blow-out win over USC.
Jared Fisher pitched 8 and 1/3 strong innings to lead red-hot Washington to a 8-2 victory Friday night over USC at Dedeaux Field and extend the Huskies' win streak to a season-high eight games.