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UA baseball team loses to No. 6 Titans

Citizen Staff Report

Citizen Staff Report

Kevin Rath found a way to slow down the University of Arizona baseball team’s offense.

Rath allowed one earned run in five innings to give host Cal State Fullerton a 5-2 win over the Wildcats on Tuesday night in a nonconference game.

UA (22-22) was coming off a three-game sweep over California in which it scored 33 runs.

No. 6 Fullerton improved to 33-12 with the win, the Titans’ 10th in their past 11 games.

Joe Allison (3-1) took the loss for UA. He yielded three runs on five hits in four innings.

No. 1 starter Preston Guilmet pitched an inning in relief for UA, allowing two runs on two hits.

Nick Ramirez picked up his third save by pitching a scoreless ninth for Fullerton.

Dillon Baird and Brad Glenn both had two hits for UA. Glenn and Steve Selsky had the team’s RBIs.

Josh Fellhauer homered and doubled for Fullerton. His double in the third tied the game at 2, while his two-run homer in the fifth wrapped up the scoring.

The teams meet again at 6 p.m. Wednesday. UA will then return home for a three-game set against Loyola Marymount, starting at 7 p.m. Friday.

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