The No. 4 Stanford women's swimming and diving team pulled away from top-ranked Cal over the final five events to win 167-133 at Stanford on Saturday.
Seniors Felicia Lee (100-yard butterfly, 100 backstroke) and Maya DiRado (200 IM, 200 butterfly) each won two individual events for Stanford.
Olympian Missy Franklin won three events for Cal -- the 100, 200 and 1,000 freestyle races.
Devin Pearson singled in Derek Campbell in the eighth inning to give Cal a 2-1 win over No. 18 Texas. Campbell led off the inning with a double. The Bears (2-1) lost the second game 6-2. The winning pitcher was Lukas Schiraldi, the son of Calvin Schiraldi who allowed one run in seven innings.
Matt Carroll's sixth-inning two-run homer wasn't enough as host San Jose State (1-1) lost to San Diego State 5-3.
Despite a solid starting effort from Peter Hendron, host Santa Clara (0-2) fell to Boston College 3-1. He allowed one earned run in 62/3 innings.
Garrett Brewer's 75-meter run for a touch in the closing minutes lifted host Saint Mary's to a 30-24 upset of top-ranked BYU.
San Jose State (7-3) lost 11-3 in five innings to Illinois State and 7-4 to No. 5 Arizona State to finish the Littlewood Tournament at 1-3 in Tempe, Ariz.
No. 12 San Jose State (11-5) beat No. 16 Santa Clara 15-5 and CSU Bakersfield 10-7 at the Aggie Shootout in Davis. The Broncos also lost at No. 4 Cal 17-6.
Tamarando, filling in for injured stablemate Exit Stage Left, rallied from last in a field of eight to win the $200,000 El Camino Real Derby at Golden Gate Fields. Russell Baze, the regular rider of Exit Stage Left, rode Tamarando for the first time. Tamarando beat Dance With Fate by a half-length, finishing the 11/8-mile Kentucky Derby prep in 1:51.23.