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    Zags lead 2-1 after 1 complete...

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    In the top of the 3rd, Zags score 2 runs on 3 hits including a HR by Gunnar Schubert...

    Gonzaga leads 4-1 after their half of the 3rd inning...

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    After 3 complete, Gonzaga leads 4-2...

    Canisius scored on back to back hits after 2 were out...

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    Zags continue to add on...Gonzaga now leads 6-2...

    Gunnar Schubert with a triple is now 3 for 3 on the day...

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    Canisius goes down 1, 2 , 3...foul out, ground out and strike out...

    Zags lead 6-2 after 4 complete innings...

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    Zags add another run and now lead 7-2 after their half of the 5th inning...

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    After 5 complete innings, Zags lead 7-2...

    Gonzaga's Alex Jacob now at 90 pitches and has given up only 4 hits...

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    In the bottom of the 6th, after 2 were out, Canisius gets 2 hits but do not score...

    After 6 complete, Gonzaga leads 7-2...

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    With a double and tyhen a single, Gonzaga adds another run...

    After their half of the 7th inning, Zags lead 8-2...

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    Zags get a line out double play to end the inning for Canisius...

    After 7 complete innings, Gonzaga leads canisius 7-2...

    Alex Jacob now up to 123 pitches for the game...

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    Zags strand 2 runners...Continue to lead 8-2 after their half of the 8th inning...

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    Canisius strands 2 runners, Gonzaga leads 8-2 after 8 complete innings...

    Alex Jacob was still in for Gonzaga and is now up to 133 pitches...

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    In their half of the 9th, Gonzaga does not score and leads 8-2...

    Taylor Davis comes in to pitch the 9th for the Zags...

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    Canisius goes down in order...

    Zags win and will play another day...

    Gonzaga defeats Canisius 8-2...

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    Baseball Stays Alive with 8-2 Win Over Canisius

    GU pounded out 17 hits and got 8.0 innings from Alek Jacob


    June 2, 2018

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    MINNEAPOLIS — Freshman Alek Jacob pitched 8.0 innings in his NCAA Tournament debut and the Gonzaga offense ripped off 17 hits on the way to an 8-2 win over fourth-seeded Canisius on Saturday afternoon in the NCAA Minneapolis Regional.

    The game started two hours late due to heavy rain in the area, but the Gonzaga offense didn’t have any lull at all, posting six runs in the first four innings.

    “It was a great response by the guys today,” head coach Mark Machtolf said. “To get those two runs in the first really got things going for us. You got to see what has been the most impressive part of what Alek has done this year, and I wasn’t surprised to see him throw well in that spot.”

    Jacob was up to the task in his first-career NCAA Tournament start, allowing just two runs on seven hits with five strikeouts and two walks in his 8.0 innings of work. Taylor Davis came on for the ninth and retired all three batters he faced.

    On offense, Gunnar Schubert and Austin Pinorini had three hits apiece to lead the way to a 17-hit day for the Zags. Schubert ended his day just a double short of the cycle, getting a single, triple and home run to go along with two RBI and one run scored. Pinorini had three RBI to go with his three singles. Four more Zags had two hits each with Ernie Yake, Jack Machtolf, Branson Trube and Carson Breshears.

    GU got the bats rolling in the first inning with the first three batters of the game reaching via two walks and a single by Schubert. Pinorini then brought home the first two runs of the game with a single through the right side.

    After a scoreless second, the Zags then put up two more in the third and fourth to push the score to 6-2. Pinorini and Schubert were again the catalysts with Schubert hitting a solo homer to right and Pinorini driving home another with a single in the third. Then in the fourth, Schubert followed a Yake RBI double with an RBI triple.

    The Zags then added a run on a two-out RBI single by Breshears in the fifth inning and an RBI single by Isaac Barrera in the seventh to make it 8-2.

    Canisius put the first two runners on in the eighth, but Jacob got the next three on fly balls to get out of the jam without any damage.

    Gonzaga will face the loser of Saturday night’s Minnesota/UCLA match-up at 2 p.m. CT/12 p.m. PT on Sunday. Links to live coverage will be available on GoZags.com.

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    UCLA defeats Gonzaga 10-4 this afternoon... Gonzaga is eliminated with the loss...

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    Baseball's Season Ends with 10-4 Loss to No. 18 UCLA

    Gonzaga scored all four runs in the seventh and eighth innings

    June 3, 2018

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    MINNEAPOLIS -- Gonzaga baseball didn't get its offense going until late in a 10-4 loss to second-seeded UCLA to knock the Zags out of the NCAA Minneapolis Regional on Sunday.

    The Zags went down 5-0 heading into the seventh inning, but weren't able to hold down the UCLA offense as they mounted a rally. The loss effectively ends GU's season at 33-24, while UCLA (38-20) moves on to face Minnesota in the regional final.

    "My hats off to UCLA, they played a great game and deserved to win today," head coach Mark Machtolf said. "I thought these two [Gunnar Schubert and Branson Trube] and our seniors really gave it their all today, UCLA just got the hits they needed to with two outs. I thought Mac [Lardner] settled in and gave us a chance to win. We were just working really hard to get that tying run to the plate. I was really proud of our guys just battling to the end and not giving up."

    On the mound, Mac Lardner went 6.1 innings, allowing five runs on nine hits with seven strikeouts and one walk. The GU offense was led by two hits from Gunnar Schubert and a pair of RBIs on a home run by Carson Breshears. Senior Branson Trube knocked in a run on the day as well.

    UCLA put together three hits in the top of the first off of Lardner and took a 2-0 lead. After a run in the third and two more in the sixth, the Bruins had pushed the lead to 5-0.

    GU got its first two hits and first run of the day in the seventh inning when Schubert ripped a double and then scored on an RBI single from Trube.

    UCLA answered with three in the eighth and to make it 8-1, but GU wasn't done keeping the pressure on. With a runner on, Carson Breshears crushed a home run to right-center to make it 8-3. Pinch hitter Slade Heggen then came on and ripped a double to centerfield and later scored on a double by Schubert to bring it to 8-4.

    The Bruins then posted two more with two out in the top of the ninth before shutting down a two-on rally by the Zags in the bottom of the final frame.

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