In extra innings, No. 2 Ducks top No. 4 Huskies
Oregon 7, WASHINGTON 2 (9 innings)
• The second-ranked Ducks opened their three-game series at Seattle with a victory in extra innings over the No. 4 Huskies.
Oregon took a 3-2 lead on a Husky error, then got a grand slam from DJ Sanders.
The Ducks trailed 1-0 after UW scored in the third. Oregon got two runs in the top of the fifth inning, then gave up a tying run on a wild pitch in the bottom of the frame.
The victory went to Megan Kleist (16-5), who gave up eight hits and one walk with 14 strikeouts over the nine innings.
Oregon improved to 13-3 in the Pac-12 and 39-7 overall.
Washington, which was coming off a sweep by new No. 1 UCLA, is 12-7 in the conference and 41-6 for the season.
The series continues with 1 p.m. games on Saturday and Sunday.
ARIZONA 9, Oregon State 0 (5 innings)
• A seven-run fourth inning boosted the Wildcats into a nine-run lead in the series opener at Tucson, Arizona.
Oregon State finished with one hit, while allowing 10. McKenna Arriola had a one-out single for the Beavers in the top of the fourth, but she was out in a double-play on the next at-bat. OSU's only other runner came via walk.
OSU dropped to 7-9 in the Pac-12 and 26-20 for the year, while UA is 9-10, 33-13.
The teams also will play at 6 p.m. Saturday and noon Sunday.
Weber State 3, PORTLAND STATE 1
PORTLAND STATE 2, Weber State 1
• The Big Sky rivals split a doubleheader at Gordon Faber Recreation Complex in Hillsboro.
Each team had six hits in Game 1, but Weber State broke a 1-1 tie with two runs in the top of the seventh inning. Rachel Menlove had tied the score for PSU with a second-inning home run.
Alyssa Burk (10-12) went the distance, striking out nine.
In Game 2, Emma Detamore (4-10) got the win, tossing a six-hitter over 6 1/3 innings, with Burk notching her first save of the season.
The Viks scored their runs in the first inning, one on a wild pitch and the second on Kortney Craker's single.
WSU got a solo HR in the second inning.
Overall, PSU is 15-31, Weber State 25-20. In Big Sky play, the Vikings are 8-8, the Wildcats 12-5.