SB: 12-run inning seals 20th straight UA win

The Wildcats 15 straight Pac-12 wins is their longest in conference play in 17 years

#7 Arizona Softball 13, Stanford 2

TUCSON, AZ - No. 7 Arizona Softball secured its fifth straight sweep and 20th straight win on Saturday afternoon at Hillenbrand Stadium, defeating Stanford 13-2 in five innings.

Twelve of UA’s 13 runs came in the bottom of the third inning when the Cats scored a dozen runs on half a dozen hits.

Malia Martinez had a two-run double and a grand slam in the inning and led the Wildcats with six RBI in the contest.

Taylor McQuillin (17-5) earned the victory in the circle for the Wildcats, allowing one run on two hits with two strikeouts and a walk.

With the win, Arizona (37-7, 15-0) has swept five straight conference series for the first time since the league moved to three-game series in 2010.

Arizona heads to take on California in Berkeley next weekend.

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