SAN FRANCISCO -- Zack Wheeler used to have long talks with Sergio Romo when they were teammates in the Giants organization, and the young pitcher is good pals with Mike Kickham. Cheap Air Max 720 . None of that mattered when Wheeler took the mound at AT&T Park for the first time. He just wanted to pitch well. Wheeler threw seven sharp innings, Marlon Byrd homered again and the New York Mets completed their first sweep in San Francisco since 1994 with a 7-2 win Wednesday. "I was drafted by the Giants and obviously wanted to pitch here," Wheeler said. "I didnt know how I was going to feel when I got out there. Honestly, I was relaxed." Daniel Murphy and John Buck each had two hits and drove in two runs as the Mets won their fourth in a row, including three straight over the slumping World Series champions. The Giants have lost 16 of 19. Wheeler (3-1), selected by the Giants with the sixth overall pick in the 2009 amateur draft, took a shutout into the seventh. He allowed one run and three hits, struck out five and walked three. "Thats the best all-around stuff Ive seen," Mets manager Terry Collins said. "He pounded the strike zone and got outs. He has a chance to be very good." San Francisco dealt Wheeler to the Mets in July 2011 for outfielder Carlos Beltran. The trip to San Francisco brought back memories from his time with the Giants. "Romo and me would talk all the time," Wheeler said. "Hed sit me down and talk me through things. It was fun to be able to watch him pitch the first night." Matt Cain (5-6) lasted less than an inning for the first time in his career, giving up three runs and two hits while walking three and getting just two outs. He is 0-3 with a 6.38 ERA in his last five starts. "We needed a chance to win it, and I wasnt giving them an opportunity right there," Cain said. "I was walking guys. They got a couple of hits they needed, and that was it." San Francisco dropped to 40-50, its first time 10 games under .500 since the Giants finished 72-90 in 2008, according to STATS. San Francisco was swept at home for the first time since July 27-29 last year against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Wheeler retired 14 of his first 16 hitters before Pablo Sandoval singled for the Giants first hit with two outs in the fourth. Wheeler also hit an RBI double. "He was a lot more efficient getting ahead," Buck said. "He just needed to get his feet wet and feel a little more comfortable, but hes also working hard in things." Cains home ERA rose to 5.94, the second-highest among qualifying NL pitchers and more than double his 2.03 ERA in San Francisco last year. "He was disappointed to come out, but I had to make the call," Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. "Hes fine, but I didnt want it to become an issue. He was going on 40 pitches there and I didnt want to push him through again." New York took a 3-0 lead in the first. Eric Young walked, stole second went to third on catcher Buster Poseys throwing error and scored on Murphys single. Ike Davis and Kirk Nieuwenhuis walked, and Buck ended Cains day with a two-run single. Kickham retired 12 of his first 14 hitters into the fifth. That stretch ended when Davis singled and Byrd followed with his 15th homer and second in two days. Wheeler and Murphy each doubled home a run in the sixth to make it 7-0. Brandon Crawford singled home a run in the Giants eighth, and Tony Abreu hit a sacrifice fly in the ninth. NOTES: Giants RHP Santiago Casilla could be activated Thursday. ... LHP Madison Bumgarner (9-5, 3.05) will start for the Giants on Thursday night in San Diego. Hes 5-3 in 15 games against the Padres. ... RHP Jeremy Hefner (4-6, 3.39) gets the start for the Mets on Friday night at Pittsburgh. Since June 4, his ERA is 1.64. ... Mets INF David Wright extended his hitting streak to 11 games with a single in the ninth. Wholesale Air Max 720 . 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The Leopards (1-4) missed eight of their first nine shots and committed nine turnovers in the first 10 minutes.All 13 healthy Cardinals got on the court and either had a point or an assist.It doesnt matter who we give the ball to, junior Mariya Moore said. Anyone on our team can score.Fuehring was perfect from the floor on six shots to finish a point off her career high of 14. She is seeing more time this season as Cortnee Walton, a starter and the teams second-leading rebounder last season, has been sidelined because of a right arm injury. Fuehring said coach Jeff Walz has asked her to step into the seniors role as a rebounder and defender for the time being.Of course getting minutes is what I want, but Im trying to really work on my defense and just know its not all about scoring, the 6-foot-3 forward said.Its part of Walz effort to make his players more coachable and not just seek out scoring opportunities. The ones who do what he asks them to do, he said, will be in line for more playing time.Then, if youre in the game, you got a chance to score, Walz said. Thats something new that a few of them dont understand. On the bench, its hard to score.Asia Durr added 13 for Louisville, which also got 12 from Moore and 11 from Briahanna Jackson. Forward Myisha Hines-Allen added 14 rebounds annd a team-high five assists. Cheap Air Max 720 Sale. Lafayette shot just 21.2 percent in the first half, and the Leopards were outrebounded by Louisville 62-28.Olivia Gumbs and Ashley Lutz both led Lafayette with nine points. The Leopards starters combined to score just 11 points total.BIG PICTURELouisville: This was the kind of game where Louisville coach Jeff Walz envisioned getting significant playing time for his freshmen and reserves, and as the Cardinals extended the lead to 46 by the third period, he could do just that. Only one starter, Durr, played more than 20 minutesLafayette: Sunday marked the fourth straight double-digit loss for the Leopards. In each of those games they trailed by at least 20 points at some point in the contest.STAT OF THE NIGHTWhen Louisville held Lafayette to just seven points in the first quarter, it marked the fourth time already this season that the Cardinals have held an opponent to less than 10 points in a quarter. For the third time, it took place in the opening period.LETDOWNWhile Louisville dominated, Walz still saw room for improvement. For example, while the Cardinals grabbed 28 offensive rebounds, they only turned those into 26 points. He said he wants his team to average about 1.5 points per offensive board.POLL IMPLICATIONSLouisville did exactly what it was supposed to do against an overmatched opponent and did nothing that would shake voters confidence in the teams current ranking.UP NEXTLouisville hosts Chattanooga Monday night.Lafayette plays Bowling Green on Monday in Louisville. ' ' '