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FRIDAY LOCAL SPORTS NEWS/Stanford routs Oregon in baseball; PSU gets walk-off softball victory; Concordia teams sweep; Beavers sixth in gymnastics

COLLEGE MEN'S BASKETBALL

Oregon State sophomore guard Ethan Thompson declared for the NBA draft and will hire an agent. 

Thompson started all 63 games in his two years at Oregon State and averaged 11.7 points, 4.5 rebounds and 3.7 assists in 33.3 minutes per game.

Monday is the deadline for college players to declare for the draft. They have until May 30 to change their mind and return to college basketball.

COLLEGE BASEBALL

Arizona at Oregon State, postponed

Rain washed out Friday's game at Corvallis. The Beavers and Wildcats will play a Saturday doubleheader. The first game will be at 2 p.m., and the second game, on ESPNU, will start at 7 p.m.

Stanford 20, OREGON 5

At PK Park, the top-ranked Cardinal pounded the Ducks with 24 hits, including five home runs and four doubles.

Stanford (26-6, 12-2 Pac-12) scored five times in the top of the first inning.

Starter Cole Stringer (1-1) gave up eight earned runs in four innings for Oregon (22-15, 7-7).

The Cardinal scored four in the fifth and seven in the sixth.

Andrew Daschbach led the onslaught, going 4 for 5 with two home runs, four RBIs and four runs scored. Brandon Wulff was 3 for 4 with a home run, a double, three RBIs and four runs. Will Matthissen was 3 for 5 with a double, two runs and three RBIs.

For the Ducks, Gabe Matthews and Taylor Adams hit home runs.

The series concludes with a noon game Saturday.

SAN DIEGO 10, Portland 2

At San Diego, the Toreros scored five unearned runs in a six-run first inning. Eli Morse (2-6) allowed nine runs (four earned) over four innings and took the loss as the Pilots fell to 20-19, 2-15 in the West Coast Conference.

Hunter Montgomery homered and Matt Kelly was 2 for 3 for Portland.  

CONCORDIA 7-6, Saint Martin's 2-5

In the first game, Isaiah Hatch went 3 for 3 with a double, three RBIs and two runs for the Cavaliers (14-25, 12-18 Great Northwest Athletic Conference).

In the second game, Hatch added a double and two RBIs, with the winning sacrifice fly in the 11th inning. Hatch also pitched two innings in relief to earn the win on the mound in the second game. Dominic Enbody hit a two-run home run for Concordia.

WHITMAN 5-10, Lewis & Clark 4-4

The Pioneers fell to 9-27 and will wrap up their season with a Saturday game at Whitman. Lewis & Clark's Cooper Larson was 4 for 8 in the doubleheader, with a triple in the second game. Matt Donovan homered in the first game for the Pioneers.

COLLEGE SOFTBALL

UCLA at Oregon State, postponed

Rain prevented Friday's game from being played. A Saturday doubleheader at Corvallis will begin at 10 a.m.

California at OREGON, postponed

The Ducks led 1-0 in the top of the second of a game to be continued at 10 a.m. Saturday as part of a doubleheader.

PORTLAND STATE 3, Southern Utah 2 (8 innings)

Jessica Flanagan hit a one-out single in the bottom of the eighth to plate Marissa Bruno with the winning run at Gordon Faber Recreation Complex in Hillsboro.

The second game was postponed in the top of the first and will resume at noon as part of a Saturday doubleheader.

PSU left 10 runners on base. Flanagan and Rachel Menlove each had two hits, with Menlove getting two doubles.

Concordia 8-12, SIMON FRASER 4-3

At Burnaby, British Columbia, the Cavaliers improved to 24-18 and 14-8 in the GNAC with the doubleheader sweep.

Lewis & Clark at Linfield, postponed

The first game was suspended with Linfield up 4-0. It will be completed as part of a Monday doubleheader at McMinnville. The same teams play a 1 p.m. Saturday twinbill at Lewis & Clark.

COLLEGE WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS

At Fort Worth, Texas, the Beavers placed third in their four-team semifinal and sixth overall, their best finish under coach Tanya Chaplin.

No. 1 Oklahoma (197.85 points) and No. 5 Denver (197.0375) advanced to the final from OSU's semifinal. The Beavers posted 196.90 points.

COLLEGE WOMEN'S GOLF

Portland State was tied for third after Friday's first round at the Big Sky championships in Boulder Creek, Nevada. The Vikings were at 6-over-par 294, four strokes back of leader Sacramento State.

Shweta Mansingh led PSU, shooting par 72. She was tied for seventh.

COLLEGE WOMEN'S LACROSSE

Colorado 14, OREGON 8

At Eugene, the Ducks' regular season ended with a loss despite five goals from Lillian Stump. 

The Ducks (3-14, 1-9) will play host to the Pac-12 tournament starting on Thursday.

COLLEGE MEN'S TENNIS

Stanford 4, OREGON 3

The doubles point decided the match after the teams split six singles matches. The Cardinal won the two completed doubles matches.

Portland State 5, IDAHO STATE 2

The Vikings handed the Bengals their first home loss of the season and secured a spot in the Big Sky tournament for the second year in a row.

COLLEGE WOMEN'S TENNIS

LEWIS & CLARK 4, Willamette 1

COLLEGE TRACK AND FIELD

Eight University of Oregon athletes recorded personal bests across three meets in California. That list included junior Rhesa Foster, who posted the sixth-best long jump in program history (20 feet, 10 inches) at the Mt. SAC Relays.

Oregon junior Emily Sloan placed second in the 100-meter hurdles at Mt. SAC with a PR time of 13.26 seconds that is the fourth in Oregon history.

The Ducks' Brianna Duncan won the women's 100 (11.59), and Oraine Palmwe finished third in the men's 100 (10.46).

At the Cardinal Classic in Palo Alto, California, Susan Ejore and Taylor Chiotti each won her section of the 800.

• Oregon State's Delaney Hall won the women's javelin at the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate with a mark of 150-11.

PGA TOUR

Ex-University of Oregon golfer Wyndham Clark was tied for 29th when darkness halted Friday's second round, which will continue Saturday at the RBC Heritage at Hilton Head, South Carolina.

WEB.COM TOUR

Norman Xiong, former UO golfer, was tied for 18th at 3-under par 141 through two rounds in the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail Championship at Prattville, Alabama.

Scott Harrington, former Jesuit High golfer, was 2-over through 13 holes of the second round, which was suspended by darkness.

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