After a pair of errors helped the Cougars score three unearned runs in the first inning,
The Bruins added two runs in each of the final two innings with Ty Moore singling home two in the eighth and Christoph Bono doubling home two in the ninth. For Moore, it was just a continuation of a hot week that saw him drive in at least one run in each of the Bruins' four games. He finished with three RBIs Sunday and nine for the week.
Moore also had the final RBI in UCLA's three-run sixth inning on Friday night, which proved critical. The Bruins held on for a 4-3 win with ace James Kaprelian improving to 5-1. He gave up four hits and three runs in eight innings before turning the ball over to closer David Berg, who pitched a 1-2-3 ninth inning for his fifth save of the season.
Berg repeated his 1-2-3, two-strikeout performance on Saturday and pitched the final two innings on Sunday without surrendering a hit to earn another save.
Saturday's matchup was scoreless through five innings, but then the Bruins produced back-to-back three-run innings. Luke Persico had a two-run double and finished the game three for four.
Kevin Kramer had four hits on the weekend and has now reached base in 13 consecutive games, but saw his batting average dip to .410.