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Eight more K's for Romanczuk

It wasn't the prettiest of games, but Stanford will no doubt take their 7-4 victory over 6th ranked Texas on Friday night. Both teams were able to capitalize early on poor defense from their opponent, but the difference in the game were the pitching performances from Mark Romanczuk and David O'Hagan. The duo combined on a five-hitter while recording 13 strike outs in the process to lead the Cardinal to victory.

With tonight's 7-4 win over the 6th ranked and previously undefeated Texas Longhorns, Stanford (9-1) has now won six games in a row overall and 16 straight at home.  Mark Romanczuk and David O'Hagan combined on a five-hitter to lead Stanford to victory.  At the plate, the Cardinal took advantage of some poor Texas defense while also coming through with a few clutch hits early in the ballgame to...

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