Seattle University baseball scored five runs at San Diego State Sunday afternoon at Tony Gwynn Stadium, but the Redhawks could not slow the home team as it pounded out 15 hits for 11 runs on its way to an 11-5 win over SU in the series finale between the two teams.
Seattle University baseball got its offense going Saturday evening at Tony Gwynn Stadium, scoring the most runs since the series finale victory at Pacific on March 3. But the Redhawks also succumb to allowing a season-high 12 runs against, falling 12-8 at San Diego State.
San Diego State scored an unearned run in the bottom of the 10th, taking game one of a three-game series from the Seattle University baseball team Friday night at Tony Gwynn Stadium in San Diego.
The Redhawks remain on the road this weekend, traveling to face San Diego State for a three-game series at Tony Gwynn Stadium.
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A pair of unearned runs spoiled an otherwise solid day on the mound for the Seattle U baseball pitching staff as the Redhawks dropped a 2-1 decision to UT Arlington Saturday afternoon at Bannerwood Park.
Seattle U baseball rallied to take the lead twice against UT Arlington on Friday evening at Bannerwood Park. But the Mavericks would make the last move, scoring three times in the top of the eighth, to claim a 6-5 win over the Redhawks in game-two of a three-game series.
In a pitchers' duel at Bannerwood Park Thursday afternoon, visiting UT Arlington claimed a 3-1 win over Seattle U baseball to open a three-game series between the two teams.
The Redhawks continue a busy stretch of action at Bannerwood Park this week with a three-game series against UT Arlington Thursday through Saturday.
A few letdown moments were key for the Redhawks Tuesday at Bannerwood Park in Bellevue as Seattle U baseball dropped a 6-3 decision to visiting Washington in the first of two midweek meetings between the two teams.
Seattle U baseball returns to Bannerwood Park Tuesday to host crosstown rival Washington at 4 p.m.