Pepper Crown scored the biggest upset in the 64-year history of the San Francisco Mile -- rallying past 6-to-5 favorite Summer Hit to win the $100,000 turf race by three-quarters of a length at Golden Gate Fields.
Ridden by Abel Cedillo, Pepper Crown finished in 1:36.90 and paid $94.20 to win after being dismissed at 46-1.
"Coming into the stretch there was nowhere to go but then the rail opened up a little bit and we came on through," Cedillo said. "I was lucky."
The 4-year-old colt is trained by owner Alex Paszkeicz. Pepper Crown has five wins in 10 starts and $156,433 in earnings.
Cal scored three times in the 10th inning to beat Stanford 7-4 before 1,950 fans at Sunken Diamond. The Cardinal (17-18, 6-10 Pac-12) led 4-3 lead going into the eighth, but closer A.J. Vanegas allowed his first earned run of the season to the Bears (17-20, 6-10) in the inning. Cal's Brenden Farney had two singles off Vanegas, including the go-ahead RBI hit in the 10th.
Saint Mary's (13-29, 5-12 WCC) dropped a doubleheader to Gonzaga at Louis Guisto Field -- 6-3 and 4-1.
Facing a top 10 opponent for the fourth straight weekend, Cal (23-22, 4-11 Pac-12) dropped a doubleheader to No. 2 UCLA -- 11-1 in five innings and 9-7.
Saint Mary's (21-22, 7-4 WCC) swept a doubleheader at Santa Clara (7-29, 2-6) -- 1-0 in nine innings and 1-0. Giana Bilotta's RBI single in the ninth was the game-winner in the opener.
Saint Mary's (15-8) lost to Pepperdine 4-2 in the WCC finals in San Diego. Jamie Pawid and Jenny Jullien won singles matches for the Gaels.
Teammate Cameron Wilson (73) and Cal's Brandon Hagy (74) were tied for fourth at 216.
Arizona's Lindsey Weaver and UCLA's Erynne Lee were individual leaders at 4-under 140. Cal's Nicola Rössler (73) was tied for 10th at 1-over 145. Stanford's Lauren Kim (71), who aced the 154-yard 13th hole, was at 146.
The Bears will face BYU (17-1) in the final next Saturday in Salt Lake City.
Saint Mary's routed Santa Clara 103-10 in the Division 1A Collegiate Rugby quarterfinals in Moraga.
De La Salle defensive tackle Kahlil McKenzie, a four-star recruit (out of five) by Scout.com, announced his top five college choices via Twitter. In no order, they were Arizona, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Wisconsin and USC. He's the son of Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie.
Staff writer Jimmy Durkin contributed to this report.