SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. -- Bradlee Beesley collected four hits while Connor Gurnik, Elijah Greene, Cole Cabrera and Nick DiCarlo each added three as Cal Poly produced a season-high 21-hit offensive attack Tuesday afternoon en route to a 13-7 victory over Pepperdine, concluding the game suspended March 12.
Cal Poly and Pepperdine begin the regularly scheduled game at 6:10 p.m. inside Baggett Stadium.
The game was suspended after 7 1/2 innings March 12 at Eddy D. Field Stadium due to darkness and resumed with Pepperdine batting in the bottom of the eighth at Baggett Stadium.
Pepperdine (20-21) was paced by Matt Kanfer with three hits and three RBIs. Wyatt Young, Quincy McAfee and Mike Malinchak all added two hits.
The win went to Michael Clark (5-3), who pitched two scoreless innings (the sixth and seventh). Craig Colen secured the final six outs. Michael Mahoney (0-1), who gave up three runs in the seventh inning as Cal Poly snapped a 6-6 tie, suffered the loss.