Starter Jordan Kron overcame a rough start and yielded only one earned run in six innings. The win went to Tyler Murphy, who finished the final three innings. San Diego bounced back for an 8-5 win. The Tritons built a 6-2 lead, though Stanislaus stayed close on John Hollerans two-run single. The Warriors travel to Cal State San Marcos for another three-game California Collegiate Athletic Association series next weekend. Softball Warriors tie for 3rd at T-of-C--Stanislaus State parlayed two 8-0 shutout wins Sunday into a 4-2 record and a tie for third-place among 26 teams in the Warriors own Tournament of Champions. The tournament host (18-21) boasted a team ERA of .41, the best in the field. Two Warriors, Nicollette Vizcaino and pitcher Kylie Ragsdale were among 17 selections on the all-tournament team. Ragsdale dominated Chaminade during the six-inning opener. Vizcaino went 4-for-4 and Deja Guzman was 3-for-5.
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