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    1. Stanford takes no-hitter into the ninth inning in win over Cal Golden Bears

    2. The 22nd-ranked Nevada baseball team had to settle for a series victory after dropping game three to San José State on Sunday. The Wolf Pack were upset, 6-4, in front of a sold out crowd of 3,136 fans - the largest crowd in Peccole Park history.

    3. The No. 3 seeded USC women's water polo team poured on the scoring in the second half to swamp No. 6 seed San Jose State 19-8 in the MPSF Tournament quarterfinals today in Tempe, Ariz. The Trojans' offensive onslaught included goals from 13 different players. Jayde Appel, Ioanna Haralabidis and Monica Vavic served up a hat trick apiece, while 10 other Women of Troy also got in on the scoring ...

    4. The San Jose State athletic department will receive an additional $1.6 million from the university in 2015-16 to cover expenses related to changes in NCAA legislation, athletic director Gene Bleymaier said Monday.

    5. The 22nd-ranked Nevada baseball team had to settle for a series victory after dropping game three to San José State on Sunday. 

    6. A group of Bay Area kids diagnosed with autism will be special guests at San Jose State's annual Field Day event for young fans on Saturday. The Spartans football team is part of an innovative program that is creating strong bonds between players and autistic children.

    7. On the bright side, the Spartans do have some young talent to build around in hopes of adding more wins next season and being more competitive in MWC play. One such player is current sophomore guard Rashad Muhammad.

    8. Sophomores Trenton Brooks and Evan McMahan combined for Nevada’s second shutout of the season to lead the 22nd-ranked Wolf Pack to a dominating series opening victory over San José State. Nevada downed the Spartans, 12-0, Friday night at Peccole Park while allowing no runs and five hits.

    9. Driesell will be working for brother of former CofC coach

    10. by WSU AthleticsPULLMAN, Wash. - J.J. Hancock collected three hits and Sam Triece worked five innings of scoreless relief as Washington State defeated San Jose State 8-5 Sunday afternoon at Bailey-Brayton Field.With the win the Cougars (21-18) take 3-of-4 during the series and conclude a nine-game homestand 7-2.After scoring 14 runs Saturday, the Cougars picked right up Sunday by scoring three ...

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