Pilots fall late at UNLV
Oregon at Oregon State, rained out
The teams hope to make up the Tuesday game that was not scheduled to count in the Pac-12 standings.
UNLV 5, Portland 1
At Nevada, Las Vegas
The Pilots took a 1-0 lead on Tate Budnick's home run in the top of the sixth inning, then gave up four runs in the seventh and one in the eighth.
UP starter Corbin Powers (0-5) gave up six hits and two runs in six innings.
Portland fell to 8-31-1 with the nonleague loss, while the Rebels improved to 15-28.
The teams will meet again at 2 p.m. Wednesday.
Oregon State was eighth and Oregon 10th out of 11 teams after two rounds of the Pac-12 championships in Tucson, Arizona.
The final round is Wednesday at Sewailo Golf Club.
UCLA leads at 1-under-par 575. The Bruins have a seven-shot lead on Colorado and a 19-stroke edge on Stanford.
UCLA's Lilia Vu shot a 6-under 66 on Tuesday for a 7-under 137 total and four-stroke cushion on teammate Bethany Wu, who had a 70.
Nicole Schroeder leads Oregon State at 6-over 150 after her second-round 72. She was in a tie for 16th.
Oregon's Cathleen Santoso, who shot 75, was tied for 23rd at 152.
• Concordia tied for third in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference championships, which ended Tuesday at Coeur d'Alene Resort Golf Course in Idaho.
Simon Fraser won at 48-over 616. Western Washington was second at 635. Concordia and Montana State Billings shot 644. Saint Martin's and Northwest Nazarene tied for fifth in the six-team event at 688.
Simon Fraser's Emily Leung won with a 5-over 147 total.
For Concordia, Shantel Antonio tied for eighth (159), and Lynsie Furuya and Kelsey Whiles (160) were tied for 10th.
Concordia placed second, one shot behind Western Washington, at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference championships in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.
Western Washington out-shot the Cavaliers 290-297 in Tuesday's third and final round. The Vikings totaled 19-over 871. Concordia's 872 was one stroke ahead of Saint Martin's, with Simon Fraser fourth among six teams at 875.
SFU's Chris Crisologo claimed the individual title with a 5-under 213. That was two ahead of WWU's Chris Hatch.
Nick Huff led Concordia with a 214, which earned fourth place.
Also for the Cavs, Jarred Gomez was seventh at 218, and Dylan Cramer tied for eighth at 219.
• Jacob Berg, Royce Rosenthal and Jeremie Eloy led Warner Pacific to third in the Cascade Collegiate Conference championships, which ended Tuesday at Springfield Country Club.
Northwest Christian won by two shots over Corban. NCU finished at 30-over 606.
Warner Pacific had a 612 total. College of Idaho was fourth out of six teams at 628.
Berg (71), Rosenthan (72) and Eloy (79) finished tied for third, tied for fifth and 11th, respectively, with 36-hole scores of 145, 150 and 156.
Defending champion Josh Goins of Northwest Christian, who closed with a 72, totaled 142 for a two-stroke victory over Oregon Tech's Montana Frame.