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By Barry Faulkner | May 20, 2007
dpt-ucibaseball20TextCR26T987UCI baseball storyDaily Pilot IRVINEBASEBALL: UCI fielders back pitchers to post second straight shutout, move team within game of second in Big West.Northridge...0 UC Irvine...10 IRVINE — UC Irvine scored 10 runs on 12 hits, stole three bases, moved runners and took the extra base Saturday in its Big West Conference baseball victory over visiting Cal State Northridge. But when stacked up against the superb performances turned in by the Anteaters' pitching and defense during a 10-0 triumph, UCI Coach Dave Serrano said it was the offense that was left with some postgame explaining to do. "Winning, 10-0, a lot of coaches would say that's great," Serrano said.
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By Matt Szabo | April 1, 2007
IRVINE — UC Irvine junior pitcher Wes Etheridge didn't have his best stuff Saturday night against visiting Long Beach State. "I thought I was average," Etheridge said. "The defense bailed me out a few times, and they were swinging at balls that weren't strikes." The Anteaters, however, will take an average performance any day, as long as Etheridge can keep lighting up zeroes on the scoreboard in Big West Conference play. He pitched 6 2/3 scoreless innings, helping the Anteaters shut out the Dirtbags, 4-0, before 1,320 at Anteater Ballpark.
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March 5, 2007
BASEBALL UC Irvine 6, Washington 3 SEATTLE — Four Anteaters pitchers held the Huskies hitless through eight innings in the deciding game of a three-game nonconference series completed Sunday at Husky Ballpark. Starter Reid Suitor went five innings, walking four and striking out three, to improve to 3-0 and give the Anteaters (12-4-1) their fourth straight weekend series victory. Chris Lopez, Thomas Calahan and Eric Pettis combined for three hitless innings, before Andy Lentz tripled in the ninth off Blair Erickson to ruin the no-hit bid. Erickson surrendered one earned run, but closed out the win, which dropped Washington to 2-8. Ben Orloff went three for five with a double, the fourth extra-base hit for the UCI sophomore shortstop who did not have an extra-base hit last season.
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By BARRY FAULKNER | June 6, 2006
It's not likely that anything could soften the sting of a pair of one-run losses that eliminated the UC Irvine baseball team from the NCAA Regionals. But the fact that Missouri, which sent the Anteaters packing with a 5-4 triumph in 14 innings on Saturday, went on to win the four-team mini-tournament, should help convince those concerned with such things that Coach Dave Serrano's program is not far from where he believes it can and should be. The Anteaters, who concluded their season 36-24, battled the Tigers ?
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