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UCLA baseball: Bruins fall to USC

UCLA baseball: Bruins fall to USC
UCLA baseball Coach John Savage walks to the dugout during a game in April 2014. (Scott Chandler / UCLA)

USC’s baseball team continued its resurgence with a 8-4 victory over No. 6 UCLA in a  nonconference game Sunday at Dodger Stadium.

The No. 25 Trojans (15-1) defeated No. 7 Texas Christian on Friday and top-ranked Vanderbilt Saturday. On Sunday, Jeremy Martinez and Blake Lacey both drove in two runs, and A.J. Ramirez homered, for the Trojans.

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Reggie Southall's RBI single gave USC a 4-3 in the fourth inning. Lacey's two-run single in the fifth extended the lead to, 6-3.

Mitch Hart (3-0) allowed four runs in 5 2/3 innings for the victory.

Christian Bono had a two-run homer for UCLA (11-4).

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