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Bats Stay Hot As Card Handle Cougs

HR's #9 and #10 for Lowrie

Behind two home runs from All-American second baseman Jed Lowrie, the Stanford Cardinal smoked the Washington State Cougars by an 11-4 score on Saturday afternoon. Lowrie finished the day with three hits total as the Cardinal recorded their second straight double-digit run total in this series. Meanwhile on the mound, Jeff Gilmore picked up his fifth win of the season.

Much like last night, the Cardinal hitters got to the Washington State starting pitcher early and often for a big lead.  Wayne Daman, with his stellar 3.02 ERA, got the start on the mound, but didn't last past the fourth inning.  Stanford took an immediate 1-0 lead in the top of the first when All-American second baseman Jed Lowrie belted a home run to right field - his ninth roundtripper of the... Recommended Stories

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