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Warriors win series finale to avoid sweep at San Marcos
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Cameron Irinaga started Stanislaus scoring rally in the sixth with a RBI double. - photo by Photo courtesy of Stanislaus State Athletics

A three-run sixth inning rally in the nightcap and series finale resulted in a rubber game victory as the Stanislaus State baseball team captured a 10-7 win over Cal State San Marcos on Sunday.
The win, which snapped four-game losing streak, puts the Warriors at 21-14 overall and 11-13 in the CCAA North.
Cal State San Marcos won game one on Sunday, 10-0, in a game that was pushed back from Saturday's scheduled doubleheader that was altered by field maintenance issues. 
In the nightcap on Sunday, Cameron Irinaga started the scoring rally in the sixth with a RBI double, followed by RBI singles by Nick Ippolito and Gino Franceschetti to erase a 7-5 deficit. Stan State would hold on to the lead once the bullpen took over for starter Cody Kruip.
Colby DeVries gave up just one run on five hits in three innings and Nick Voumard threw to shutout frames to preserve the win.
Kert Woods went 2-for-4 with a double and a triple to drive in three runs to lead the Stanislaus offense. Ippolito finished with two hits and Austin Fitzpatrick had two RBIs including a solo homer in the ninth.
Cal State San Marcos (15-19, 5-17 CCAA) had 24 hits in the twinbill including 16 in the second game. The Cougars capitalized on three Stan State errors and used a six-run sixth to win the first game 10-0.
Ippolito had two hits in game one. Stewart Alexander went 5 2/3 innings and allowed six runs — all unearned— on six hits in his start.


Dominican bests Warriors in women's tennis

Four different Warriors posted wins in either singles or doubles competition, but Dominican outlasted the Stan State women's tennis team, 6-3, on Saturday.
J'Ana Diamond and Ebone Qualls won at No. 2 doubles, 8-4, over Rickimae Torres and Alex Wartenberg to score the Warriors' first point of the day.
Then, Stanislaus won the top two singles matches with Jaella Conway posting a 7-6, 6-3 win over Skyler Schaar at the No. 1 position. At No. 2, Cassidy Ferrell took cared of Torres in a long battle, edging out the win in three, 6-3, 2-6 and 10-7 in super-tiebreakers.
Qualls, too, had a lengthy, hard-fought match at No. 4 singles before Wartenberg squeak out the 7-5, 3-6, 10-5 decision.

Dominican 6, Stanislaus State 3
Singles competition
1. Jaella Conway (STAN) def. Skyler Schaar (DUC) 7-6 (7-0), 6-3
2. Cassidy Ferrell (STAN) def. Rickimae Torres (DUC) 6-3, 2-6, 10-7
3. Brooke Briseno (DUC) def. J'Ana Diamond (STAN) 6-1, 6-3
4. Alex Wartenberg (DUC) def. Ebone Qualls (STAN) 7-5, 3-6, 10-5
5. Solveig Karlsen (DUC) def. Sooni Seul (STAN) 6-0, 6-0
6. Cori Beeby (DUC) def. Kristi Van Diver (STAN) 6-0, 6-3

Doubles competition
1. Brooke Briseno/Skyler Schaar (DUC) def. Jaella Conway/Cassidy Ferrell (STAN) 8-5
2. J'Ana Diamond/Ebone Qualls (STAN) def. Rickimae Torres/Alex Wartenberg (DUC) 8-4
3. Solveig Karlsen/Cori Beeby (DUC) def. Sooni Seul/Kristi Van Diver (STAN) 8-3