A week after breaking their 12-game losing streak in a 12-10 victory over Gonzaga, Washington State will look to break another losing streak today as they host Seattle U with first pitch slated for 3:05 in Pullman.
This past weekend the Cougs dropped all three of their games against California as they were outscored 21-6 and have now lost 15 of their last 16 games. They have won just one series and have been swept six times this season.
The Redhawks have had a very similar season to the Cougars as they both sit at 7-23 on the season. In the middle of a struggling season, both teams look to get back on track before heading down the stretch of the season.
In last years game, the Cougs held a 3-1 lead heading into the bottom of the 7th inning before the Redhawks bats came to life late and helped them pull out a 4-3 victory in Bellevue.
Following the game tonight, the Cougs will get back to conference play as they will host Oregon for a three game series beginning Friday at 5:05 and concluding on Sunday at noon.
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