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2010 WAC Baseball Tournament Schedule - Mesa, Arizona (Hohokam Stadium)
Wednesday, May 26
Game 1 - #4 Hawai‘i def. #5 Louisiana Tech, 8-7 (10)
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Game 2 - #6 San Jose State def. #3 Nevada, 6-0
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Thursday, May 27
Game 3 - #3 Nevada def. #5 Louisiana Tech, 3-1 Live Stats Box Score Recap
Game 4 - #4 Hawai‘i def. #2 New Mexico State, 13-7
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Game 5 - #1 Fresno State def. #6 San Jose State, 12-10
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Friday, May 28
Game 6 - #3 Nevada def. # 2 New Mexico State, 5-4
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Game 7 - #6 San Jose State def. #3 Nevada, 7-6 (10)
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Game 8 - #4 Hawai‘i def. #1 Fresno State, 11-2
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Saturday, May 29
Game 9 - #1 Fresno State def. #6 San Jose State, 13-1 (7)
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Game 10 - #1 Fresno State def. #4 Hawai‘i, 14-5
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Sunday, May 30
Game 11 - #4 Hawai‘i def. #1 Fresno State, 9-6
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Championship Day
Hawai‘i 9, Fresno State 6
Jeffrey Van Doornum went 3-for-4 at the plate and knocked in three runs as Hawai‘i defeated Fresno State 9-6 to claim the 2010 WAC Baseball Tournament title on Sunday at Hohokam Stadium. Sam Spangler picked up the win on the mound for UH, going 3.1 innings with one strikeout while only giving up one run.

All-Tournament Team
David Freitas, C, Hawai‘i
Kolten Wong, INF, Hawai‘i
Danny Muno, INF, Fresno State
Jordan Ribera, INF, Fresno State
Karson Klauer, INF, San Jose State
Collin Bennett, OF, Hawai‘i
Nate Shaver, OF, New Mexico State
Brennan Gowens, OF, Fresno State
Tom Jameson, P, Nevada
Blake McFarland, P, San Jose State
Bobby Coyle, DH, Fresno State
MVP: Kolten Wong, Hawai‘i

Day 4

Fresno State 13, San Jose State 1
Charlie Robertson pitched a complete-game seven-inning game while only giving up one run as Fresno State defeated San Jose State 13-1 on Saturday afternoon. With the win, Fresno State advances to face Hawai‘i in Saturday night's 7:30 p.m. game. Fresno State will need to defeat Hawai‘i twice in order to claim its fifth-straight WAC Tournament title.

Fresno State 14, Hawai‘i 5
Danny Muno hit for the cylce as he went 4-for-6 at the plate with four runs scored and three RBI as Fresno State defeated Hawai‘i 14-5 on Saturday evening. Fresno State and Hawai‘i will now meet on Sunday in the WAC Tournament championship game, set for noon at Hohokam Stadium. Matt Morse picked up the win on the mound for Fresno State, going 6.1 innings with three strikeouts.

Day 3
Nevada 5, New Mexico State 4
Cullen Mahoney hit a walk-off two-run home run over the right field fence in the bottom of the ninth inning to lead Nevada to a 5-4 win over New Mexico State on Friday. With the win, Nevada advances to play San Jose State at 4 p.m. today. The loss eliminates New Mexico State from the tournament.

San Jose State 7, Nevada 6 (10)
Zack Jones hit a game-tying home run in the bottom of the ninth to even up the score at 5-5 before hitting a game-winning walk-off single that scored a pair of runs as San Jose State defeated Nevada 7-6 on Friday evening. With the win, San Jose State advances to play the loser of the Fresno State/Hawai‘i game on Saturday at 4 p.m. Nevada is eliminated from the tournament with the loss.

Hawai‘i 11, Fresno State 3
Kolten Wong went 2-for-2 at the plate with one home run, two runs scored, two walks and three RBI to lead Hawai‘i to an 11-3 win over top-seeded Fresno State on Friday night. Kevin Macdonald was equally impressive at the plate, going 3-for-4 with one run and four RBI. Matt Sisto picked up the win on the mound for the Rainbows, pitching 7.0 innings while only giving up two runs with four strikeouts.

Day 2
Nevada 3, Louisiana Tech 1
Tom Jameson pitched 8.0 innings while only giving up one hit as Nevada defeated Louisiana Tech 3-1 on Thursday morning to advance another day in the WAC Tournament. Louisiana Tech is eliminated from tournament play. Nick Melino led the Wolf Pack at the plate, going 2-for-3 with one run scored and a pair of RBI. Clint Ewing recorded LA Tech's lone run in the eighth inning when he homered over the right field fence.

Hawai‘i 13, New Mexico State 7
Collin Bennett had a four-hit day with three runs and three RBI to lead Hawai‘i to a 13-7 victory over second-seeded New Mexico State. Zach Gallagher pitched 4.2 innings without giving up a run while collecting five strikeouts on the mound. Nate Shaver led New Mexico State with a 5-for-6 performance at the plate.

Fresno State 12, San Jose State 10
Brennan Gowens went 4-for-4 at the plate with two runs and six RBI to lead Fresno State to a 12-10 victory over San Jose State on Thursday night. Greg Gonzalez improved to 8-2 on the season as he registered 6.1 innings with four strikeouts. Karson Klauer led San Jose Satate with a 4-for-5 performance at the plate with three runs and four RBI.

Day 1
Hawai‘i 8, Louisiana Tech 7 (10)
Kolten Wong hit a game-tying homer in the eighth and a walk-off homer in the 10th to lead the University of Hawai‘i Rainbow baseball team (30-25) defeated the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs (27-29) 8-7 in 10 innings in the first game of the Western Athletic Conference Tournament at Hohokam Stadium Wednesday. Lenny Linsky (3-0) got the win, allowing one earned run in 2.2 innings while Will Alvis (1-3) took the loss for Tech.

San Jose State 6, Nevada 0
Blake McFarland threw 8.0 innings of shutout baseball as San Jose State defeated Nevada 6-0 Wednesday at the WAC baseball Tournament. Corey Valine went a perfect 4-for-4 at the plate with one run, while Tim Quiery and Alex Sofranac each had a pair of RBI to lead the Spartans at the plate. San Jose State now advances to play top seed Fresno State Thursday at 7:30 p.m. PT.

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