Struggling USF drops pair to Pacific

With a chance to pick up two wins and move back to .500, the USF baseball team lost twice to Pacific at Benedetti Diamond. The Dons fell 6-5 in 13 innings in the completion of a suspended game when Pacific’s Zach Chamberlin hit a walkoff homer. In the regularly scheduled game, the Dons couldn’t muster much offense in falling 7-2. USF is 24-28.

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