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Rachel Rendina and the Tigers will head back to New Jersey with their spring trip in the books.
Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications

Cal Tops Princeton in Tigers' Spring Trip Finale

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 03/23/2014
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(17-11) 3 0 0 0 2 4 9 14 0 9
(5-15) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3
WP - Trzcinski (4-3), LP - Christian (2-6)
2B - Cal: Kostreba. HR - Cal: Jones, Mejia, Laxamana.

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Cal posted three runs on three singles and a double in the first inning and that was more than enough in a no-hit bid by Bears pitcher Stephanie Trzcinski. Cal ended it early by tacking on four runs in the sixth to build a 9-0 lead, and Trzcinski completed the feat by getting the last three outs of the sixth.

Cal's Stephanie Trzcinski, a freshman from Australia, authored the first no-hitter against Princeton in three years, walking two, hitting one and striking out eight in six innings. A leadoff walk to Rachel Rendina in the first inning and another walk and hit-by-pitch in the sixth were all that Trzcinski allowed.

Cal's Breana Kostreba had a two-run double as the fourth of four hits in the first inning for Cal, making the lead 3-0.

• Cal now leads the all-time series with Princeton 6-0.

• The last time Princeton was no-hit was on April 24, 2011 against Columbia.

Princeton will host Monmouth Wednesday for a single game at 4 p.m. at the Class of 1895 Field.






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