Sun Devil Baseball suffered a challenging defeat in the series opener against Utah, losing 10-0 at Phoenix Municipal Stadium. The game was marked by the offensive struggles of ASU, collecting only three hits while Utah's Bryson Van Sickle dominated on the mound. Despite a solid defensive showing by Ryan Campos, ASU couldn't overcome Utah's strong performance.

By the Numbers
  • Sun Devils' record: 15-19 overall, 6-10 in Pac-12
  • ASU had only three hits and struck out eight times in the game
  • Utah's Bryson Van Sickle threw a complete game with just three hits allowed
Yes, But

Despite some defensive highlights, ASU struggled offensively and was unable to produce runs effectively, leading to a challenging defeat.

State of Play
  • ASU recognized Bobby Winkles and the 1964 College World Series team in a pregame ceremony
  • Utah took a commanding 8-0 lead in the sixth inning, making a comeback difficult for ASU
What's Next

ASU will aim to bounce back and even the series against Utah with a game on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. AZT.

Bottom Line

Sun Devil Baseball faced a challenging defeat against Utah, highlighting the need for improved offensive performance and resilience in upcoming games.