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FRIDAY COLLEGE RESULTS/Oregon softball improves to 31-0 with shutout against visiting Arizona State

BASEBALL

Oregon State 1, Stanford 0

At Stanford, California

The No. 1-ranked Beavers rode Luke Heimlich's four-hit complete game to the Game 1 victory at Stanford.

OSU improved to 22-1, 7-0 in the Pac-12, and got its 17th win in a row to move to 5-0 in away games.

The Cardinal dropped to 14-7, 2-2.

Nick Madrigal and KJ Harrison each had two hits, one a double, for the Beavers.HEIMLICH

Heimlich (5-0) struck out two batters and walked three.

The series continues with games at 2 p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday.

Oregon 11, Utah 1

At Salt Lake City

The Ducks (17-6, 5-2 Pac-12) exploded for 10 runs in the sixth inning to open a three-game set on the road with a solid victory.

Utah fell to 10-13, 1-6.

The big inning included six UO hits, a walk, a hit batter and one Utah error.

David Peterson (6-1) did the rest for Oregon, allowing seven hits and no walks in eight innings, with 11 strikeouts.

Portland 7, Santa Clara 5

At Joe Etzel Field

The Pilots got their first league win of 2017, taking

the first of a three-game home series.

UP is 5-20, 1-6 West Coast Conference.

The Broncos fell to 5-20, 1-3 WCC.

Left-hander Grady Miller started for Portland but gave way after three innings, and the third of four UP hurlers, Jordan Horak (1-5) earned the win with 2 2/3 innings of two-hit relief in which he gave up one run and struck out five batters.

Devin Kopas was 3 for 5 with three RBIs for the Pilots.

Saint Martin's 11, Concordia 5

Concordia 6, Saint Martin's 5

At Porter Park

The Saints took the first game, banging out 16 hits while giving up 12 to CU.

In the nightcap, Concordia trailed 5-0 after 1 1/2 innings but got the winning run in the bottom of the seventh on a walk-off, one-out home run by Mitch Bevacqua.

Concordia went to 6-20, 4-12 in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference, while Saint Martin's ended the day 9-115, 6-10.

SOFTBALL

Oregon 4, Arizona State 0

At Jane Sanders Stadium

The Ducks, ranked first and third in the national polls, are 31-0 (6-0 Pac-12) after their shutout at home over No. 21 ASU (23-10, 2-5 Pac-12).

Maggie Balint (15-0) held the Sun Devils to three hits and two walks, with 10 strikeouts over seven innings.

Oregon took a 2-0 lead in the second on an RBI single by Jenna Lilley and RBI triple from Lauren Lindvall.

In the fifth, Alexis Mack scored from third on a fielder's choice, and Lindvall singled home the final run in the sixth.

BYU 4, Oregon State 2

At OSU Softball Complex

The No. 25 Cougars (22-10) were out-hit 6-5 but downed OSU (16-14, 0-4) at home.

The Beavers led 1-0 after Alysha Everett's RBI single in the first.

Each team left seven runners on base.

The teams will meet again at noon Saturday.

Portland State 2, Northern Colorado 0

Portland State 7, Northern Colorado 2

At Gordon Faber Recreation Complex

PSU swept its home-opening games

In the first game, Emma Detamore (3-12) tossed a two-hitter. She allowed two walks and struck out nine.

The Vikings scored in the second inning on SheaLee Lindsey's two-run single.

PSU took a 3-0 lead in the bottom of the third of the nightcap and totaled 13 hits, with Alyssa Burk (2-7) allowing five hits in a complete game. She fanned six and walked five.

Shae Nelson and Kaela Morrow each drove in two runs in the second game for the Viks.

Portland State improved to 4-2 in the Big Sky and 6-20 overall.

The Bears fell to 13-23 overall and 1-4 in the conference.

Sonoma State 7, Concordia 2

San Francisco State 10, Concordia 6

At Turlock, California

Two road losses dropped the Cavaliers to 12-19 for the season.

MEN'S GOLF

Defending NCAA champion Oregon moved up eight spots to fifth after the second of three days in The Goodwin at Stanford, California.

The host Cardinal have a one-shot lead on No. 1-ranked USC. Stanford, ranked 12th, is at 4-over-par 564 through two rounds.

Oregon, ranked fifth, is at 577 after improving by 15 shots from its first round on Thursday.

Oregon State was 16 shots higher in Round 2 than on the opening day and slipped nine notches to 15th at 594 in the 24-team event.

BYU's Rhett Rasmussen shot a 6-under 64 to take the lead at 4-under 136. Among four players two shots back is Oregon's Ryan Gronlund, who fired a 67 on Friday.

WOMEN'S GOLF

Eighteen teams, including Oregon, were delayed by one day from starting play in the Bryan National Collegiate at Browns Summit at North Carolina.

MEN'S TENNIS

Portland 4, BYU 1

At Louisiana-Pacific Tennis Center

The Pilots won their ninth match in a row and improved to 13-1, 3-0 West Coast Conference.

BYU is 1-9, 4-1.

No. 1 singles Michail Pervolarakis won 6-3, 6-4, raising his dual record to 13-1 and win streak to nine, as UP won at his for the 17th consecutive time.

Idaho State 4, Portland State 3

At Pocatello, Idaho

The Vikings' top three single players — Nathan Boniel, Tommy Edwards and Scott Goldner — won their matches in the loss to the Bengals.

Portland State is 3-11 overall, 1-6 in Big Sky matches. It was the third 4-3 loss in PSU's last five matches.

USC 5, Oregon 0

At Los Angeles

The fifth-ranked Trojans handed UO a loss in its Pac-12 opener.

Oregon is 14-3 overall. USC is 18-3, 1-0.

At No. 1 singles, 21st-ranked Brandon Holt of USC and No. 40 Thomas Laurent of Oregon, played to no decision, with the third set suspended at 4-4 after Holt had lost 4-6, then won the second set 6-3.

WOMEN'S TENNIS

BYU 4, Portland 2

At Provo, Utah

The Pilots fell to 6-7 overall and 2-1 in the WCC, while the Cougars improved to 6-8, 1-1.

Arizona State 4, Oregon 1

At Tempe, Arizona

The No. 42 Sun Devils outlasted the No. 38 Ducks, who slipped to 10-7 for the season and 3-2 in the Pac-12.

ASU climbed to 10-5, 3-2.

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