Diamond Dogs Sweep USD
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Just 14 hours after playing the longest game time-wise in NCAA history, the Diamond Dogs needed only nine innings this time to sweep the University of San Diego.
Fresno State won Sunday's game 7-4.
The Bulldogs led it 5-2 in the seventh inning, when Torero pitcher Jack Shannon was called for a balk for not coming to a complete set. Danny Muno scored to make it a 6-2 game.
Fresno State also got its final run of the game handed to them. Austin Wynns laid a bunt down up the first base line, but the left handed Shannon spun around and threw it into right field. Aaron judge came around to score.
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