Jolene Henderson struck out a season-high 15 in throwing a two-hitter, and No. 4 Cal beat host Sacramento State 1-0 Saturday in a nonconference softball game in front of a Shea Stadium announced record crowd of 1,212.
Shea has a capacity of 912.
Henderson (Sheldon High School) is Cal's all-time winningest pitcher with 122 victories. The senior walked none and improved to 23-2 this season for the Bears (27-3).
"It's always great to come home," Henderson said.
Caitlin Brooks struck out 10 for the Hornets (16-12). Brooks (9-4) allowed two hits, but one was a fifth-inning home run by Victoria Jones that cleared the left-field wall.
Sac State baseball team halts skid in Dallas
Andrew Ayers' eighth-inning sacrifice fly drove in the go-ahead run, and Justin Higley hit a three-run homer in the ninth as Sac State beat host Dallas Baptist 11-7, according to the Sac State athletics website.
The Hornets (14-13, 2-4 Western Athletic Conference) broke a four-game losing streak.
UC Davis scored twice in the eighth and once in the ninth to force extra innings, but 21st-ranked Cal Poly won 6-5 on Chris Hoo's walk-off single in the 13th, UCD reported.
The Aggies (10-15, 0-3 Big West Conference) made a season-high five errors.
UCD golfer Raber places fourth at Stanford
UC Davis' Tyler Raber shot a 5-under-par 65, tying the tournament's low score, and placed fourth in the U.S. Intercollegiate at Stanford, UCD reported.
Raber finished at 6-under 204, five shots behind winner Paul Barjon of TCU.
The Aggies closed with a 1-under 279 and finished fifth with a 7-over total. Stanford won the team title.
Hornets' men win track and field championship
The Sac State men's track and field team won the title at the Cal-Nevada Championships at UC San Diego, according to the Sac State athletics website.
The Hornets received wins from Paul Lyons in the 110-meter hurdles (14.23 seconds), Jesse Elvrom in the javelin (217 feet, 8 inches) and Blair Wallingford in the pole vault (16-0 3/4).
The Sac State women finished third. San Diego State took the team title.
South sweeps Optimist
All-Star basketball games
Sacramento High School's Joseph Barnes had 24 points to take team MVP honors and lead the South over the North 113-105 in the Optimist All-Star boys basketball game at Center High.
Casa Roble's Eric Stuteville had 21 points and was the North MVP.
In the girls game, Pleasant Grove's Dejza James had 17 points and was the South MVP in its 85-58 win. Del Oro's Brianna Ruiz scored 16 points and was the North MVP.