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Mowatt throws 5-hitter in softball win

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Citizen Staff Report

Taryne Mowatt fired a five-hit shutout and the University of Arizona softball team banged out 14 hits in beating host Oregon State 6-0 Friday.

UA’s Lauren Schutzler, K’Lee Arredondo, Stacie Chambers, Callista Balko, Cyndi Duran and Adrienne Acton all had two hits.

Sam Banister hit a two-run homer in the sixth to help UA break the game open.

Mowatt (15-7) walked two and struck out nine. Kelly Dyer (14-12) took the loss for Oregon State.

UA (26-9, 3-1) plays at Oregon on Saturday and Sunday.

UA baseball

The Wildcats (14-10, 2-5) had no answer for Washington pitcher Nick Haughian on Friday night.

Haughian allowed two hits and struck out 15 in the Huskies’ 1-0 win in Seattle.

UA pitcher Preston Guilmet (3-2) was the hard-luck loser. He allowed four hits and one run in 6 1/3 innings.

T.J. Steele had a double and C.J. Ziegler had a single for UA’s only hits.

The teams meet again Saturday and Sunday.

Women’s golf

UA is in eighth place after the first round of the PING/ASU Invitational in Tempe.

The Wildcats shot a 10-over-par 298, 17 strokes behind leader USC.

UA’s Alejandra Llaneza shot a par 72 to lead the Wildcats. She is tied for 14th, four strokes behind leader Dewi Claire Schreefel of USC.

The event continues through Sunday.

Men’s tennis

Host Arizona fell 4-3 to Washington on Friday at the LaNelle Robson Tennis Center.

Laudio Christen, Andres Carrasco and Bruno Alcala all won in singles play for the Wildcats, who host Oregon at 11 a.m. Sunday.

The teams went 3-3 in singles, but Washington took the doubles point.

Women’s tennis

UA fell to 7-13 with a 4-0 loss at Washington on Friday. It was the Wildcats’ first loss to the Huskies in three years.

The Wildcats visit Washington State at noon Saturday.

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