The San Jose Giants scored two runs in the top of the first inning, but those were the only runs they got Tuesday in a 4-2 loss to the Lancaster JetHawks.

Mitch Defino (2 for 5) and Ben Turner drove in the Giants runs, but San Jose fell to the JetHawks for the second straight game. The Giants sustained a walk-off loss to Lancaster on Monday.

College

The Stanford baseball team (12-14) rallied for three runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to get by UC Davis 7-6.

Dominic Jose powered the Cardinal comeback with a two-out double to score Wayne Taylor and Zach Hoffpauir. Pinch hitter Brant Whiting singled to plate Jose with the eventual game-winning run. The Aggies were retired in order in the top of the ninth.

Sam Lindquist got the win in relief, going the game's final 21/3 innings.

  • Santa Clara's baseball team (13-19) gave up eight runs in the first four innings to host Nevada, which went on to take a 9-4 win over the Broncos. Jose Vizcaino Jr. went 3 for 4 for Santa Clara.

  • Senior Cameron Wilson is one of five finalists for the Byron Nelson Award, as announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America.

    Wilson made the final cut for the award along with Brandon Hagy and Joel Stalter of Cal, Northwestern's Jack Perry and Alabama's Cory Whitsett.

    Candidates for the Nelson Award must be a graduating senior, and the selection committee considers a nominee's collegiate academic and golf career as well as his character and integrity in college.


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    The recipient of the Nelson Award will be named May 1.

  • The Stanford men's tennis team (10-4) edged Cal Poly 4-2 at Taube Family Tennis Stadium in a nonconference match.

  • Freshman Annie Freman shot a career-best final round and made up five strokes to finish in a three-way tie for first and was awarded medalist honors on a scorecard playoff in leading the Santa Clara women's golf team to a second- place finish at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic at the Ak-Chin Southern Dunes Golf Club in Maricopa, Ariz.

    Freman shot a 3-under 69 on the final 18 holes. The Broncos (290 on Tuesday) finished with a three-round total of 896, nine shots behind winner New Mexico State.

    It was the Broncos' fifth top-five finish this season.

  • Stanford's sand volleyball team blanked San Jose State 5-0. The Cardinal improved to 2-6 while the Spartans fell to 0-9.