RENO, Nev.  -– Nevada (20-16) head coach Gary Powers won his 900th game Tuesday as the Wolf Pack defeated San Francisco (16-24) 10-5 at Peccole Park. Powers is in his 30th year at Nevada and all 900 wins have come directing the program.

Trailing 4-3 heading to the bottom of the sixth inning, Nevada scored seven times to take the lead for good 10-4.  Right fielder Brooks Klein’s seventh home run of the season was a grand slam that closed out the scoring for the Pack.

Elliott Van Gaver (1-0), the fifth Pack pitcher of the game, earned the win, throwing 1.1 innings of shutout ball. Joradan Haseltime (0-2) suffered the loss giving up four runs in his time on the mound.

Kewby Meyer (3-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI) led the Pack with three hits that included a pair of triples. Jay Anderson (2-for-3, run scored, RBI) collected two hits, scored a run and drove in one.