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Pac-12 baseball race is down to final week

May 21, 2012|By Eric Sondheimer

This is the final week of Pac-12 college baseball action, and five teams are within striking distance of first place.

Oregon (41-14, 19-8) has a one-game lead over Arizona (36-16, 18-9), with UCLA (38-16, 17-10), Stanford (36-16, 17-10) and Arizona State (35-18, 17-10) right behind.

In three-game weekend matchups, Oregon State is at Oregon, USC travels to UCLA, Arizona State is on the road against Arizona and California visits Stanford.

Southern California natives are having a big impact in the Pac-12 standings.

Jimmie Sherfy (Newbury Park) has 16 saves for Oregon; Jeff Gelalich (La Verne Bonita) is batting .376 with nine home runs for UCLA; Kurt Heyer (Huntington Beach Edison) is 10-2 with a 2.20 ERA for Arizona; and Robert Refsnyder (Laguna Beach) is batting .364 for the Wildcats.

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Pac-12 baseball race is down to final week

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