Nicco Chuidian works six innings, allows one run, walks twice and doubles.
Hannah Skinner gets the only hit for the Indians, who lost their first Pacific League game.
Despite getting only four hits, the Bulldogs even it at 5-5 in the sixth inning.
The Bulldogs employ timely hitting, especially during a three-run seventh inning.
The Indians and Bulldogs seek the Pacific League banner and have solid pitching staffs, capable hitters and dependable defenses.
Indians and Bulldogs look to make their mark in the Pacific League race and more.
No. 1 singles Sam Bernardy sweeps as does all three doubles teams over the Nitros.
The Indians and Bulldogs can count on skill, leadership and experience.
Ethan Lee and Abasi Abukusumo lead the Bulldogs' doubles team, which swept the Tornadoes in a Pacific League match.
The Bulldogs down the Indians 25-19, 25-20, 23-25, 25-22 as Chase Marcy contributes a match-best 12 kills with five digs and two aces.
Indians sweep past the Tigers 25-18, 25-13, 25-17 behind Connor Burroughs, who had a match-best 16 kills and four aces.
The Indians fall behind 2-0 at halftime, Lauryn Bailey scores two goals, but it's not enough.
Samantha Valencia, Olivia Cashman, Megan Schmidt and Lauryn Bailey all score for the Indians against the Pioneers.