Portland 16-8, SEATTLE 14-4
The Pilots finished off one game and then won again, in extra innings, to make it a doubly positive trip to Bellevue, Washington.
Portland improved to 19-11, while the Redhawks fell to 6-21.
To begin the day, and to complete a game halted at UP last Wednesday in the fifth inning because of rain, the Pilots rallied for the 16-14 victory.
The game resumed Tuesday with Portland trailing 13-12, and Seattle scored in the top of the seventh to go up 14-12.
But the Pilots scored four times in the bottom of the seventh. Matt Kelly had an RBI double, Cody Hawken followed with a two-run triple, and Nick Merone added an RBI single with his first career hit.
Connor Knutson tossed a scoreless ninth to earn his eighth save this season.
Cameron Richman (1-1), who went three relief innings Tuesday, got the win.
Hawken had five RBIs in the game.
The following game went to the 10th inning, tied 4-4 before Tracye Tammaro of UP came up with a go-ahead double and Dutton Elske provided an exclamation point with a three-run home run.
Daniel Lopez also was key in that game for Portland, going 3 for 3 with two RBIs.
Seattle led 3-0, chasing freshman starter Cole Wilkinson in the second inning. Portland rallied to lead 4-3, but the Redhawks scored in the ninth off closer Knutson (2-1), who wound up with the win.
San Diego State 4, OREGON STATE 3
At Corvallis, San Diego State opened a two-game, two-day set with a win, holding the Beavers scoreless over the final seven innings before a crowd of 3,268.
OSU fell to 19-6-1. The Aztecs improved to 16-12.
San Diego State took a 2-0 lead with single runs in the first two innings against Sam Tweedt (1-2), who worked 4 2/3 innings.
Oregon State scored three times in the second on RBI hits by Jake Harvey (double), Kyler McMahan and Beau Philip.
Philip had the eighth and final Beavers hit, a double with two out in the ninth, but Greg Fuchs hit into a ground out to first to end the game and leave OSU with eight total runners left on base.
Philip was 2 for 5, and Adley Rutschman went 2 for 3 with a double and walk.
COLLEGE WOMEN'S SOCCER
The Portland Pilots have added transfer forward Gabi Brummett from Duke.
She played in 18 games as a freshman last season, making one star and scoring a goal in the NCAA playoffs against Lipscomb.
She is from Bow, New Hampshire, and was ranked 25th among recruits coming out of the Derryfield School.
Former Oregon State standout catcher Andrew Susac has been traded from the Baltimore Orioles to the Kansas City Royals for cash considerations.
The move came before Baltimore's game on Tuesday at Toronto.
Susac, 29, joined the Orioles before last season in a deal with the Milwaukee Brewers. Susac appeared in nine Orioles games in 2018, and hit .256 in 42 games with Triple-A Norfolk (Birginia). Susac, who also has played for the San Francisco Giants and was on their 2014 World Series championship team, is expected to go to Kansas City's AAA club in Omaha, Nebraska.
COLLEGE TRACK AND FIELD
Oregon junior Jessica Hull has been named the Pac-12 women's track athlete of the week.
She ran the fastest 5,000 meters of the season, 15 minutes, 34.93 seconds, at the Stanford Invitational last week.
COLLEGE MEN'S GOLF
Oregon State finished third in the 18-team Redhawk Invitational at University Place, Washington.
The Beavers had a 15-under-par 837 total that trailed UCLA (815) and Fresno State (827). Drexler was fourth at 840.
Nolan Thoroughgood and Sean Kato of OSU tied for 1tgh at 4-under 209, Kato with a final-round 71 and Thoroughgood with a 74. UCLA's Hidetoshi Yoshihara shot 71 and won by two shots with a 200 total.
• Concordia wound up 10th out of 17 teams in the Hanny Stanlislaus Invitational at Turlock, California.
The Cavaliers finished with an 890 total. Eighth-ranked Chico State won with a 19-under 845 at Turlock Golf & Country Club.
Jaxson Daskalos led the Cavaliers with a 2-over 218 and tied for 21st.
COLLEGE WOMEN'S GOLF
Portland State placed 11th out of 14 teams at the Fresno State Classic, and Jasmine Cabajar of the Vikings tied for 13th.
The steady Viks shot 300-301-301 for a 38-over-par 902 total. UC Davis won at 856, 11 ahead of runner-up Grand Canyon.
Cabajar (70-74-75) was at 3-over 219, 10 back of winner Christine Danielsson of UC Davis at Copper River Country Club in Fresno, California.
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