LOS ANGELES — UCLA defeated rival USC 7-2 Tuesday night at Dodger Stadium in the 2012 Dodgertown Classic. Trevor Brown ripped three hits and had two RBI. Freshman Grant Watson pitched six strong innings to get the win.. Following the game, UCLA head coach John Savage talked about the Dodgertown Classic, Watson’s performance and Scott Griggs’ […]
IRVINE, Calif. — Crosby Slaught pitched six strong innings and the offense erupted for 14 hits as UC Irvine took the series against BYU with a 9-2 win Saturday afternoon at Cicerone Field. Slaught was removed in the seventh inning with an 8-0 lead after allowing only two hits and one walk in the game. […]
MALIBU, Calif. — Jon Moscot was brilliant as he twirled a five-hit complete game in Pepperdine’s 2-1 win Friday afternoon at Eddy D. Field Stadium. Moscot shut down the Rhode Island offense, allowing only an unearned run in the third inning. He was able to mix his pitches well and maintained the same velocity throughout […]
LONG BEACH, Calif. — The Arizona State Sun Devils continued Long Beach State’s late-game woes by taking a 3-2 victory in 12 innings Friday night at Blair Field. Starting pitchers Brady Rodgers and Shawn Stuart dueled to a stalemate after both right handers pitched nine innings and allowed two runs. But Arizona State was able […]
IRVINE, Calif. — UC Irvine made three first inning runs hold up Thursday night at Anteater Ballpark to take a 3-1 win over Brigham Young in the series opener. The Anteaters only managed four hits, but it was enough for junior right-hander Kyle Hooper. He improved to 3-0, pitching six innings and allowing only one […]
The Houston Cougars tallied two impressive wins against Tennessee and Arkansas to open play at the Houston College Classic but surrendered 10 runs on 15 hits Sunday afternoon to fall to Texas Tech, 10-4. College Baseball Daily caught up with head coach Todd Whitting to gauge his reaction on the weekend.
HOUSTON – Jared Ray has battled injuries throughout his career as a prep standout and at the University of Houston. After redshirting the 2010 season, Ray appeared in just five games late last season as he was rehabilitating from his third shoulder surgery. Despite the setbacks, the right-hander pitched well on Friday.