SEATTLE -- Austin Davis and Hayden Carter combined to hold Seattle University to just four hits as Cal State Bakersfield rolled to a 10-0 win on Saturday to close out the Western Athletic Conference regular season.
The Roadrunners (24-31) are at the WAC baseball tournament beginning Wednesday.
CSUB jumped on the Redhawks early, putting the first three batters of the game on base via two singles and a walk, then scoring a run on a double play ball. The broke the game open and never looked back in the second inning, getting four runs on three hits and two errors.
From there, Davis and Carter went to work. Davis (4-9) picked up the win after pitching four innings while allowing only a walk and two hits. Carter went the rest of the way, allowing just two hits, walking one and striking out three.
Five CSUB batters had two hits: Oscar Sanay, Mylz Joines, Chance Gusbeth, Max Carter and Ross Hough. All nine batters in the lineup notched at least one hit.
OREM, Utah -- Bryan Wilmert became Cal State Bakersfield's first track athlete to win a Division I event at a conference tournament when he captured the men's hammer Saturday with a 191-foot, 4-inch mark at the Western Athletic Conference Track and Field Championships at Utah Valley University.
That was more than three feet further than runner-up Javier Carretero of Texas-Pan American.
CSUB finished seventh in the eight-team men's standings with 40 points. The Bakersfield women were eighth among nine teams with 13 points.
Gabe Holland added to the CSUB points total by placing fourth in the men's discus (149-2) and sixth in the hammer (169-11).
Richard Maestre was fifth in the men's 400-meter hurdles (53.08).
In relays, the CSUB men were fourth in the 4x100 (42.34) and fifth in the 4x400 (3:21.02). The women were fourth in the 4x400 (3:50.32) and sixth in the 4x100 (47.20).
The CSUB women's highlights were a sixth by Ariana Mariscal in the 800 (2:14.69) and seventh from Alyssa Page in the 400 (57.72).
CSUB's top finishes in the women's field events were ninth by Gabby Guiliano in the javelin (114-10) and 11th by Audrena Harlan in the triple jump (35-81/2).
Idaho swept the team titles, scoring 204 points in the men's competition and 182.50 in the women's competition.
WALNUT -- Bakersfield College sophomore Alicia Torres finished second in the shot put in Saturday's state junior college track and field championships at Mt. San Antonio College.
The Bakersfield High graduate earned All-American honors with a mark of 42 feet, four inches. She was seventh in last year's event.