Washington State baseball looks to bounce back after a 7-0 loss to Arizona State on Sunday when they host Gonzaga on Tuesday at 5:00 p.m. at Bailey-Brayton field in Pullman. The Cougars (7-15) lost both games against Gonzaga last season and have not been able to beat them since 2015.
Gonzaga (13-12) has lost five of their last seven games this year including a 4-3 loss to Stanford on Monday. They have yet to notch a win over a Pac-12 school this season as they dropped their games against Oregon State and Oregon earlier this season as well.
Freshman lefty Bryce Moyle will look to get the start on the mound for the Cougars. Moyle has thrown 7.1 innings this season and has 7 strikeouts to go with his 4.91 ERA. For the opposition, the Zags will have their lefty in RS-Junior Justin Blatner on the bump. Blatner has pitched 13.2 innings and has struck out 12 and has a 4.61 ERA on the season.
This will be the first of the Cougars scheduled three games against Gonzaga this year. They will head up to Spokane in a few weeks on April 17th and nearly a month later will host them again in Pullman on May 15th.
The Cougs will then head to Oregon for a three-game series starting Friday before returning back home the following weekend to host California for another three-game series.
The game will be televised on Pac-12 Networks.
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