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THURSDAY COLLEGE RESULTS/OSU rallies for 4-3 win with four second-half goals; in volleyball, Ducks and Beavers win, Pilots and Vikings lose

JONESMEN'S SOCCER

OREGON STATE 4, Washington 3

• At Corvallis, Jordan Jones scored two goals in a second-half rally as the Beavers finished their season with a win over the Huskies.

Washington led 2-0 at halftime on a pair of goals from Bwana Handwalla. Oregon State then scored four consecutive goals in the second half.

Andre Earthy-Find scored in the 50th minute and Jalen Markey in the 54th minute, the first goal of the season for each freshman.

Jones gave OSU the lead in the 56th minute and made it 4-2 with his sixth goal of his senior season in the 77th minute. Washington's Kyle Coffee pulled the Huskies within a goal 20 seconds after Jones' second goal.

Oregon State finishes 7-11-0, 4-6-0 in the Pac-12. Washington is 12-6-1, 5-4-1.

VOLLEYBALL

Oregon 3, ARIZONA STATE 0

Oregon State 3, ARIZONA 0

San Diego 3, PORTLAND 0

WEBER STATE 3, Portland State 1

Concordia 3, ALASKA 1

• At Tempe, Arizona, the 16th-ranked Ducks swept the struggling Sun Devils 25-17, 25-23, 25-22.

Five players had seven or more kills and Oregon hit .300 as a team.

The Ducks (16-7, 9-6 Pac-12) finished the second set with a 5-1 run to win by two and followed with a 4-1 start to the third set.

Oregon's Taylor Agost had six of her nine kills in the third set, when the Ducks hit .410 to finish off the match.

Jolie Rasmussen and Lindsey Vander Weide also had nine kills apiece. Willow Johnson had eight kills on .533 hitting and Ronika Stone seven kills, three aces and was in on three of the Ducks' six blocks.

Arizona State (10-17, 0-15) hit only .179.

• At Tucson, Arizona, Oregon State swept the Wildcats 25-14, 25-23, 25-18.

Kory Cheshire led the Beavers (18-9, 8-7 Pac-12) with 12 kills and Mary-Kate Marshall and Maddie Goings had 10 kills apiece.

Maddy Gravley was in on five of OSU's eight blocks and Haylie Bennett contributed to four blocks.

Kaylee McLaughlin had 35 assists and five digs. Grace Massey had 18 digs.

The Wildcats (9-15, 3-12) hit only .156.

• At the Chiles Center, 12th-ranked San Diego (20-4, 13-1 WCC) swept Portland 25-16, 25-23, 25-14.

The key stretch was the close of the second set as the Toreos scored seven consecutive points to erase a 23-18 Pilots' lead.

Senior Hannah Troutman had a strong night for Portland (14-12, 5-9) with 10 kills, five blocks, four digs and three aces. Katie Barker added seven kills and Reghan Pukis had six kills and a block.

Cali Thompson had six digs and 26 assists.

• At Ogden, Utah, Weber State downed Portland State 25-17, 19-25, 25-19, 25-23.

The Wildcats closed out the match with a 5-1 run to finish off the fourth set.

The Vikings (19-8, 10-5 Big Sky) fell into fourth place in the conference standings after dropping consecutive conference matches for the first time this season.

Against the top blocking team in the Big Sky, PSU struggled on the attack, making 25 hitting errors and hitting only .165. Sarah Brennan led the Vikings with 12 kills off the bench. Caitlin Bettenay finished with 10 kills (on .300 hitting) and 12 digs.

Three players reached double-digit kills for Weber State (9-18, 7-8), led by 21 kills from Megan Gneiting.

• At Fairbanks, Alaska, Concordia won three consecutive sets after dropping the first for a 14-25, 25-11, 25-23, 25-23 win.

Lindsey Dorsey led the Cavaliers (12-12, 7-10 GNAC) with 20 kills. Colby Barnette had 13 kills and five blocks. Barnette had the clinching kill in the third set and the last kill of the fourth set, tying that score at 23 before two Alaska attack errors ended the match.

Michele Brown 46 assists and Allie Spears 25 digs for Concordia.

Maddie Davis had 20 kills for Alaska (10-16, 3-14).

MEN'S WRESTLING

OREGON STATE 42, Eastern Oregon 6

• At Gill Coliseum, the Beavers won their season-opener with two pins, two technical falls and two major decisions.

Delivering pins were Jack Hathaway (141 pounds) over AJ Rockwell in 2:41 and Corey Griego (197) over Eric Fan in 56 seconds.

Eastern Oregon's six points came by a forfeit at 125 pounds.

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