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Nevada eases past Pacific, 9-2

Pacific scored two runs in the sixth inning to tie the game up at 2-2, but let the game get away in a 9-2 loss to Nevada in Reno on Tuesday night.

The Tigers used nine pitchers and got two-hit nights out of freshman second baseman James Arakawa and senior first baseman Nate Verlin, but got hamstrung by three hit batsmen and five wild pitches, three of which allowed Wolf Pack runners to score in the loss.

Sophomore left-handed pitcher Joe Standley made his first career start for the Tigers in the game and worked a clean first inning, but stumbled in the second when he gave up back-to-back singles and a hit-by-pitch to load the bases with no outs.