SeattleU starter Skyler Genger held the fifth-ranked Washington baseball team scoreless in his seven and one-third innings of work to lead the Redhawks to a 1-0 win over the Huskies Tuesday night at Bannerwood Park.
A first series win at California since 2006 has No. 7 UW (27-8-1, 14-4) 1½ games up on Oregon State atop the Pac-12. The Dawgs have their highest ranking ever by Baseball America entering Tuesday's game at Seattle U. (17-18), and the home weekend versus Washington State (17-19, 7-8).
Washington dropped just its second road game of the season, 7-1, in the final game of a three-game series against California Saturday at Evans Diamond. The Huskies will still return home triumphant after winning Thursday and Friday against the Bears to take their sixth Conference series in six attempts.
Washington scored twice in the seventh and once in both the eighth and ninth innings to break open a 2-2 tie and win 6-2 over host California Friday evening at Evans Diamond in Berkeley, Calif.
Washington sent eight men to the plate and scored three times in the eighth to break open a 1-1 tie and hold on for a 4-3 win over California at Evans Diamond in Berkeley, Calif. Thursday night in game one of a three-game series.
This week, the Huskies travel to Berkeley, Calif. to play the Golden Bears in a three-game set aqt Evans Diamond. So far this season, the road has proved to be welcoming for the Huskies as they sport a 9-1 record in enemy territory.
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Ryan Wiggins drove in four runs and Washington pounded out 16 hits to beat Northern Colorado, 14-3, Monday night at Husky Ballpark in a non-conference game.
The Huskies achieved their highest rankings ever this week in both Collegiate Baseball and Baseball America rankings, moving up to sixth and seventh, respectively.
Stanford scored four times in the first inning and never looked back in beating ninth-ranked Washington 6-3 Sunday to salvage the final game of a three-game series at Husky Ballpark.
Ninth-ranked Washington scored twice in both the first and second innings and never looked back Saturday night at Husky Ballpark in a 7-2 win over visiting Stanford to assure the series victory over the Cardinal.