A day after his scheduled start was washed out by rain, Peter Hendron allowed one earned run over eight innings to help Santa Clara defeat Manhattan 10-2 at the Sanderson Ford Classic in Surprise, Ariz., on Sunday.
Hendron, a sophomore right-hander from Redmond, Wash., scattered eight hits and struck out a career-high seven.
"I'm used to rainouts and having to play the next day, so I know I can't be married to my routine," Hendron said. "I also made sure I had a great catch play and flat ground last night."
Greg Harisis went 2 for 5 with two RBIs and two runs for the Broncos (6-6).
It was the 500th career win for SCU coach Dan O'Brien. He won 454 times at his alma mater, UC San Diego, and has 46 wins in his third season with the Broncos.
Eighth-ranked Vanderbilt beat Stanford 4-2 to complete a three-game sweep in Nashville, Tenn.
Cardinal coach Mark Marquess will try for his 1,500th career win on Tuesday when Stanford (4-7) plays against Cal (6-2) at Evans Diamond at 6 p.m.
After enduring a 16-6 rainy, mistake-filled loss to visiting San Diego State, Saint Mary's (5-6) prevailed 2-0 in the second game of the doubleheader. Jacob Valdez pitched seven shutout innings for the win.
Visiting San Jose State (3-9, 2-4 Mountain West) took a two-run lead into the sixth inning but was unable to hold off Nevada (4-7, 2-4), falling 8-3. Matt Lopez had two of the Spartans' eight hits.
Cal's games against Baylor and host San Diego were rained out.
After two rainy days in Riverside, Cal (7-7) finally took to the field at the Mizuno Invitational, losing 3-2 to Loyola Chicago in eight innings.
The Bears got solo home runs from Cheyenne Cordes and Jordan Wallace.
Jenny Kadavy of Concord won the women's title at the 36th Napa Valley Marathon, finishing in 2 hours, 40 minutes, 47 seconds.
Matt Flaherty took the men's title in 2:26:15 after placing fourth in 2013.