STANFORD, Calif. - Junior Andrew Summerville and freshman Will Matthiessen combined for the fifth one-hitter in Stanford history, and first since 2003, in a 6-0 win over Kansas on Friday night. 

Stanford (3-2), which carried a no-hitter into the eighth, earned its third straight win and improved its home win streak to nine games, dating back to last season.

Summerville (1-0) left after six innings, eight strikeouts and 97 pitches. Matthiessen threw a hitless seventh before the Jayhawks (2-3) broke up the no-hitter with a leadoff single in the eighth.

It was a scoreless affair until the Cardinal bats broke out in the fifth inning. Stanford batted around and scored five times on seven hits. Junior Mikey Diekroeger led off with a single, Brandon Wulff walked and Matt Winaker singled home the first run of the game. Wulff scored on a double play for a 2-0 lead, but Stanford was just getting started with two outs.

Sophomore Nico Hoerner singled and freshman Kyle Stowers followed with his first career home run. On a night where most fly balls died quickly, Stowers powered one through with a long blast to right centerfield. That doubled Stanford's lead to 4-0, and the Cardinal tacked on another when junior Quinn Brodey singled, reached second on an error and scored on a single to left by senior catcher Alex Dunlap.  

Stanford tacked on an insurance run in the seventh when Hoerner beat out an infield single and stole second. He scored on an error to make it 6-0. 

Summerville earned his 10th career victory. Mattheissen earned his first career save with three scoreless innings and has allowed just one hit in five innings this season. Hoerner registered his first two-hit game of the year and scored twice, while Diekroeger and Dunlap also added two hits. Dunlap is 5-for-8 in two games at Sunken Diamond this year.  

Stanford's last no-hitter was from Chad Hutchinson in five-inning rain-shortened affair against Fresno State in 1998 ... The last one-hitter was also a combined effort as Tim Cunningham (5.2) and Matt Manship (3.1) accomplished the feat against Santa Clara on Jan. 26, 2003 ... Stanford's last nine-game home winning streak was an 11-game stretch between the 2012 and 2013 seasons. 

Stanford continues a string of nine games in 11 days at Sunken Diamond. The Jayhawks and Cardinal meet on Saturday at 2 p.m. A special pregame ceremony will honor head coach Mark Marquess, who is in his 41st year at the helm of the Cardinal and announced the 2017 season as his last.

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