TURLOCK — UC San Diego scored three runs in the second inning and beat Cal State Stanislaus 3-2 in the second game of a college baseball double-header Saturday afternoon. CSS won the first game 6-3.
Mike Corsetti and David Stanovich had run-scoring singles for UCSD. The other run came in on an error. Mark Sloan pitched a complete game for the Tritons and improved his record to 4-3. Tim Corvello (2-4) took the loss.
The Warriors scored three times in the bottom of the eighth to break a 3-3 tie in the first game, on an error, two walks and three singles. Jeff Hintz got the game-winning hit.
Heath Lane (2-30 was the winner, David de Cordova (4-4) took the loss. David Mendoza and Jim Martin had three hits apiece for the Tritons in the opener.
UCSD is 15-15-1. The Warriors are 9-18-1.