With one swing of the bat, Will Simpson had put the Washington baseball team back in the game.
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For the first five innings, Logan Gerling was almost untouchable.
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For the third straight Sunday, the Washington baseball team found itself on the losing end of a lopsided affair. This time, Washington fell 11-2 to No. 13 Arizona, solidifying their ninth consecutive loss.
In a much less explosive performance than Game 1 of its series with Arizona, the Washington baseball team cemented its fourth straight conference series defeat with an uninspiring 4-1 loss to No. 13 Arizona on Saturday evening.
For a split second, a look of hope seemed to flash across Dylan Lamb’s face.
The Washington baseball team fell to No. 11 Oregon, 9-3 on Sunday afternoon, losing its sixth straight game to conclude a second consecutive series sweep.