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Team USA 15, Sri Lanka 0

Date of competition: Friday, July 30, 2010

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Vanderbilt's Sonny Gray struck out a career-best 14, setting a USA FISU single-game record as the Collegiate National Team beat Sri Lanka, 15-0, at the FISU World University Championships on Friday at the Utsumi Shimaoka Ball Park in Tokyo.

Gray was perfect through 3 1/3 innings, retiring 10 in a row and nine by strikeout.

Sri Lanka's Theekshana Gammanpila singled down the right field line on a ball that hit first base and popped over the head of Nick Ramirez for the lone hit of the contest.

The right-hander allowed just two base, one on a wild pitch strikeout, and faced two over the minimum through five innings to record his second win of the summer tour.

Gray also tied a CNT single-game record for strikeouts, matching Jason Jennings and B.J. Wallace.

FISU World University Championships
at Tokyo
Friday
Sri Lanka 000 00 -- 0 1 3
Team USA 107 52 -- 15 12 0
Mudiyanselage, Dulige (4), Arachchilage (5) and Arachchige. Gray and O'Brien. WP -- Gray (2-0). LP -- Mudi (0-1).
HR -- Springer, Ramirez (USA). 3B -- Mahtook (USA). 2B -- Maggi, Wright, Springer, Esposito, Mahtook (USA). 3 hits -- Mahtook (USA). 2 hits -- Maggi, Wright, Springer (USA). 3 RBI -- Esposito, Mahtook (USA). 2 RBI -- Wright, Springer (USA).
Records: Team USA 1-0 (12-2); Sri Lanka 0-1 (0-1)

posted by Rick on Jul 30, 2010 at 11:57 am

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