Feb. 22, 2003
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. - UC Davis pounded out 20 hits, including two different five-run innings, as the Aggies opened up a four-game series against San Francisco State with a 15-5 win against the Gators Friday afternoon at Maloney Field.
With the win the Aggies improve to 5-3 on the season, 3-2 in CCAA play. San Francisco State falls to 4-3-1, dropping its conference opener.
Andy Reisinger, Dustin Soderman and Mark Wells each had three hits on the day for UC Davis as the Aggies jumped on Gator starter Andrew Vasquez early, knocking him out by the fifth inning after touching him for eight runs on 10 hits. Leading 3-1 entering the fifth inning, UC Davis put up back-to-back five-run frames as they led 13-4 after six innings.
Also pounding out multiple hits on the day were Ryan Coultas, Matt Kamigawachi and Matt Blankenheim. Reisinger, who had three doubles in three plate appearances, and Blankenheim each had three RBIs on the afternoon.
Dave McKae took the hill for UC Davis and went 5.0 innings, scattering two hits and one unearned run as he improved to 2-1 on the young season.
Theswe same two teams will be in action on Saturday when the Aggies host a doubleheader at Dobbins Stadium. First pitch is set for 11am.
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