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Sophomore shortstop Ryan Krainz moved off the top of the batting order Thursday to slide into the No. 7 spot, and he found his stroke Saturday, going 3 for 5 with an RBI and two runs scored. Cleanup hitter Juan Gonzalez added a 2-for-5 day with a home run and four RBIs.

Smoot bounced back through the final two games of the series, going 3 for 7 with three RBIs as USF prevailed 5-2 on Saturday and 6-3 in Sunday’s rubber match. A junior transfer out of the College of San Mateo, Smoot took a redshirt at USF last season and got a late start this year, playing in nine of the Dons’ 22 games.

After posting a .330 career batting at CSM, Mastrobuoni entered weekend play leading the Mountain West Conference in batting average, while ranking 14th in nation among all NCAA Division-I hitters.

The Bulldogs (11-5 overall) trailed twice in the game, but continued to claw their way back. In the bottom of the 10th though, an errant pickoff throw proved costly as the Seahawks (10-8) scored the walk-off win.

Nava batted .400 and was a two-time Junior College All-American in his two years at San Mateo, earning a scholarship to return to Santa Clara for his final year of eligibility.

Come-from-behind wins are fast becoming synonymous with CSM Baseball this season. The Bulldogs (8-1 overall) claimed their fifth comeback victory of the season Tuesday with a 9-5 win over College of Marin (5-5) at Bulldogs Stadium. Trailing 5-2 in the sixth, CSM came roaring back with a four-spot to take the lead.

Greenough delivered three no-hit innings to set the stage for the Bulldogs’ 13-1 win over Cañada Saturday at Bulldog Field. As a whole, the Bulldogs pitching staff took a no-hitter into the fifth inning and allowed just three hits in the game.

Feldman (5-5) missed 45 games earlier this season with a torn meniscus and had been winless in four starts since coming off the disabled list in July. He combined with four relievers on the five-hit shutout.

Scott Feldman, Wednesday’s scheduled starting pitcher against the San Francisco Giants, grew up in Burlingame, Calif., less than a half-hour’s drive from the Giants’ picturesque home stadium by the water, AT&T Park.

CSM Bulldog Athletics alum Scott Feldman will be pitching at AT&T Park tomorrow, August 12 against the Giants. Game time is 12:45 pm. The game will be shown on KNBR 680 AM and Comcast Sports TV.