The Fresno State Baseball Team did 16 runs against the University of San Francisco in a 16-2 victory Tuesday night at Pete Beiden Stadium at Bob Bennett Stadium.
The Diamond ‘Dogs made 17 hits involving four players with extra key hits. The performance is the second consecutive victory of the team in which it has scored at least 14 consecutive.
Fresno State bounced and surpassed 0,500 as its overall record improves to 21-20 (10-8 Mountain West).
The USF started by putting the runners in scoring positions with two hits in the first inning, as well as starting the second inning with a three-pointer by Kyle Knell. However, neither team managed to score a streak in the first two innings.
In the third inning, the Bulldogs entered the board first when Jacques Morgan hit a sacrificial fly on the left field, scoring Bobby Blandford.
The USF responded in the next inning, as Knell scored a home solo in the center left, tying the game at 1-1.
However, as the game began to look low, Fresno State’s attack erupted.
The Bulldogs scored four in a row in the fourth inning. With the bases loaded, Ben Newton took a walk to mark his first inning course.
Blandford followed with a sacrificial fly in the left field and Travis Welker broke the first baseline for an RBI single.
Later in the inning, Morgan won another RBI with only one to the left field and Welker scored a throwing error from catcher Michael Campagna.
The “Dogs” added their 6-1 and extended it by a series when Peyton Allen scored.
In the sixth inning, Fresno State added four more runs including Morgan and Bologna to get a couple more RBIs. Tommy Hopfe got an extra key hit through a double RBI and was then hit by an Allen RBI single.
Fresno State entered the eighth period with an 11-1 lead. With their starters out, the Bulldogs scored another five in a row.
These runs started with three consecutive hits, the first being an RBI single by senior Mason Grotto, followed by Newton and Allen who took a few RBI’s respectively.
Blake Wink’s double RBI gave the Dogs their 16th series
Fresno State has averaged 11 runs per game in its last four games as it begins its weekend run against San Diego State, with the first pitch set for Friday at 6:05 p.m.
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