Freshman Cal Quantrill turned in a dominant 126-pitch effort to shut out Kansas and lead Stanford (7-8) to a 1-0 win at Sunken Diamond on Sunday.
Quantrill (2-2) allowed just four hits while striking out seven.
Alex Dunlap's RBI single in the fourth inning accounted for the only run.
Cal (10-5) swept a doubleheader from No. 23 Arkansas, 4-3 and 2-1 at Evans Diamond. In the nightcap, Brian Celsi scored the go-ahead run in the eighth inning when third baseman Clark Eagan's throw hit the runner in the back of the helmet during a run-down. Celsi was pinch-running for Brenden Farney, who went 3 for 3. In the opener, Devon Rodriguez had a two-run double and bases-loaded walk for Cal.
San Jose State (5-12) rallied for four runs in the seventh inning to beat visiting UC Davis 4-3. The Spartans won despite being out-hit 14-3. Alec de Watteville's two-run double was the big hit in the seventh.
Washington rolled 9-1 over host Santa Clara (7-10) at the Jack Gifford Memorial Tournament.
James Madison beat Cal 3-0, its second shutout win over the Bears at the Hawaii Spring Fling in Honolulu. Cal (9-10) had just four hits.
Santa Clara (3-14) lost to Cal Poly 3-2 on a walk-off, bases-loaded hit batswoman in the bottom of the seventh. The Broncos' Jordan Newell had a two-run single in the top of the seventh.
No. 8 Arizona cruised 8-1 over San Jose State (11-11) at the Judi Garman Classic. The Wildcats were the third top-20 ranked opponent the Spartans faced in Fullerton.
The SaberCats made a trade with Cleveland, exchanging order positioning to claim veteran defensive lineman Keenan Mace. San Jose opens at Portland on March 17.
Staff writer Jon Wilner contributed to this report.