USF’s hitting barrage pummels Cal 

The USF baseball team peppered out 21 hits and beat Cal for the fourth straight time 15-6 at Evans Field.

The Dons jumped on the Bears early, scoring runs in the first six innings.

USF junior second baseman Joey Railey had three hits, including a double, three RBIs and a stolen base. Derek Poppert, Brian Chavez, Lucas DeLong Zach Kim and starting pitcher Mitchell Bialosky each had a pair of hits.

Bialosky allowed two runs off four hits in threw 2²/³ innings of work before being relieved by Cole Stipovich, who went 1¹/³ scoreless innings to pick up his first win of the season.

Cal collected 11 hits of its own, including a pair each from sophomore first baseman David Cooper and freshman right fielder David Smith. Cooper also homered in the game.

USF (4-2) continues nonconference play Thursday when it takes on Rikkyo University from Tokyo in an exhibition at 11 a.m. The game will be played at Skyline College in San Bruno.

USF 15, Cal 6

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