Fresno State beat the U of San Diego in baseball 3-2 last night. It took them 7 hours and 12 minutes to do so, though. At 22 innings played, it's tied for the third longest game in D-1 history. San Diego kept them scoreless through eight, but blew it like a typical 4-16 team.
In the ninth inning, Wynns singled over the second base to lead off. Junior Pat Hutcheson walked to put the tying run on first base. Muno grounded out to the second baseman as the runners moved into scoring position. Gowens doubled to shallow left center driving in two runs as the Dogs tied the game 2-2.
A couple of people stuck around to tape the tantric climax. Instant-gratification types should just flash-forward to 2:15 in the clip. Namaste.
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