COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS : Winn Helps CSUN to 2 Victories

Kelly Winn drove in three runs and was 2 for 3 as the Cal State Northridge softball team defeated Cal State Hayward, 6-2, in a game called after five innings because of a time limit in pool play Saturday at the Hayward tournament.

CSUN also defeated Oregon, 2-0, Saturday and has been seeded first in one of the 14-team tournament's three divisions. Northridge will play either St. Mary's or UC Riverside at 9 a.m. today.

Against Hayward, Priscilla Rouse had a two-run triple and Beth Onestinghel had a run-scoring single for CSUN (23-5). Debbie Dickman (8-3) pitched a complete game and struck out two.

In the Oregon game, Delanee Anderson (7-2) scattered three hits and struck out two. CSUN again was led by Winn, who was 2 for 2 with a run batted in.


Fred Riscen struck out 10 and scattered two hits as Canyons defeated Allan Hancock, 6-0, to complete a sweep of a Western State Conference doubleheader at Canyons. In the first game, Gary Ray had a three-run triple to spark a 12-run third inning as Canyons won, 13-7. In the second game, Mike Bible of Canyons lost what would have been his fifth home run when he passed Victor Sotello, who was between first and second. Bible was credited with a two-run single . . . . Von Herron's three-run triple in the seventh inning gave Moorpark a 6-4 win over Oxnard in the first game of a Western State Conference doubleheader. Oxnard won the second game, 11-5. Dan Russell and Eddie Hall of Moorpark (12-10, 7-5) each had a double and single in the second game. . . . Rio Hondo rallied from a four-run deficit to defeat Mission, 10-7, in a Southern California Conference game at Rio Hondo. Tim Harper was 3 for 5, including two triples, and scored twice to lead Mission (6-12, 2-10).


Arne Lamberg had 15 kills as top-ranked UCLA swept Cal State Northridge, 15-10, 15-9, 15-3, in a Western Intercollegiate Volleyball Assn. match at CSUN. Mike Bird, Kien Do and Ron Graening each had nine kills for CSUN (13-17, 3-10 in the WIVA).

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