Via uclabruins.com:

Vs. Arizona, May 4, 5,and 6:

Game 1, 5/4: UCLA 10, Arizona 4

Game 2, 5/5: UCLA 7, Arizona 2

Game 3, 5/6: UCLA 6, Arizona 7

Harrison, 5/4-5/6: AB-11;R-3;H-6;RBI-3;BB-1;SO-0;PO-4;A-0;LOB-0

 

Game 1:

“Seniors Samantha Camuso and Andrea Harrison both drove in a pair of runs.

“Harrison followed with a single up the middle to score Snow to make it 1-0, but Schroeder would be thrown out at home when she ran through the stop sign at third.

“…a walk to LaRosa loaded the bases and another free pass issued to Harrison brought in Fox to make it 6-4.

“A walk to Yudin reloaded the bases and Camuso followed with a single up the middle to plate LaRosa and Harrison to make it 9-4.”

Game 2:

“Senior Andrea Harrison and junior B.B. Bates each had three-hit games…

“Bates and Harrison combined for six of the Bruins’ eight hits.

“UCLA tacked on one more in the fifth. Harrison led off with a double to left, Bates walked and both runners moved up on a sacrifice by Yudin. Camuso then lifted a sacrifice fly to center to bring in Harrison to make it 3-1.

“Harrison singled to right to plate Schroeder for the Bruins’ fifth run, as LaRosa took third on a fielding error by right fielder Alex Lavine.

“Camuso walked to load the bases and Tiumalu was then issued another bases-loaded free pass, as freshman Sam Duran, who was running for Harrison, scored to make it 7-1.”

Game 3:

“Seniors Andrea Harrison and Dani Yudin each recorded a pair of hits in their final regular-season games in Westwood, as that trio combined for eight of the Bruins’ nine hits.

“The Bruins jumped all over the Wildcats in their first at-bat. With one out, freshman Stephany LaRosa singled to right and Harrison moved her to third on a single down the right-field line.”

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