Beavers complete baseball sweep of Arizona
OREGON STATE 15-9, Arizona 3-3
The Beavers wrapped up a 3-0 sweep with back-to-back wins at Goss Stadium.
Oregon State improved to 28-8-1 overall and 14-4 in the Pac-12.
Arizona fell to 18-19, 6-12.
Bryce Fehmel (6-0) got the win in the opener. He worked seven innings and gave up one run on three hits and two walks, with seven strikeouts.
OSU trailed 1-0 before scoring six times on six hits in the third inning.
Oregon State had 13 hits, with Joe Casey going 3 for 4 with two doubles.
In the nightcap, Adley Rutschman drove in three runs and Jake Mulholland pitched three key scoreless relief innings.
Trailing 5-3, Arizona loaded the bases with no outs in the sixth. Mulholland came out of the bullpen for Grant Gambrell (3-1) and got a striking, foul pop to third and fly ball to deep left field.
Rutschman's 200th career hit came in the bottom of the sixth — an RBI double.
Later in the inning, Ryan Ober and Elliot Willy each had RBI singles to up the lead to 8-3.
Rutschman's seventh-inning walk gave him 159 career RBIs and increased the lead to 9-3.
Stanford 10, OREGON 0
On the heels of a 20-5 rout Friday by Stanford, the Ducks got swept at PK Park. The Cardinal tallied five runs in the first inning, sending UO starter Tyler Frazier to the showers before the end of the frame.
Oregon got seven hits, two by Jakob Goldfarb, but left seven men on base.
The Ducks dropped to 22-16 for the year and 7-8 in the Pac-12. Stanford improved to 27-6, 13-2.
Portland 20, SAN DIEGO 0
The Pilots, who lost 4-3 in 10 innings and then 10-2, salvaged a win in the three-game series, burying the Torerors with 19 hits and the one-hit pitching through eight-plus innings of Chris Clements.
Portland was leading 10-9 when it added nine runs in the eighth inning.
Clements also issued three walks and struck out seven.
Chad Stevens was 4 for 6, while Cody Hawken homered with the bases loaded and amassed seven RBIs. Also for Portland, Gabe Skoro was 1 for 1 with a homer and three RBIs, and Dutton Elske had two HRs and six RBIs.
UP improved to 21-19 overall and 3-15 in the West Coast Conference.
San Diego slipped to 25-15, 9-9.
Saint Martin's 8-5, CONCORDIA 5-1
The visiting Saints won the first game in 10 innings, then overcame a 1-0 deficit with single runs in the fifth and sixth and three in the seventh at Porter Park.
Concordia fell to 15-26 overall and 12-20 in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.
Saint Martin's is 17-23, 13-18. The Saints are percentage points ahead of the Cavaliers for fourth place and the final spot in the GNAC playoffs, which will be played May 8-10 at Concordia.
Lewis & Clark 3, WHITMAN 2
Matt Donovan's two-run home run in the fourth inning put L&C into a 3-2 lead, and the pitching staff and defense did the rest as the Pioneers won their season finale.
Andrew Yarak (3-5) got the win, working the first six innings and alowing two runs on five hits, with eight strikeouts.
Robert Reaser, Nathan Klein and Austin Conniff each pitched an inning in relief, in that order, with Conniff notching his fifth save of the year. Klein gave up one hit, while Reaser and Conniff held the Pirates without a hit, and Conniff retired them 1-2-3 on 10 pitches in the ninth.
Jack Thomson drove in L&C's other run, which came with the Pios down 2-0 in the third.
The Pioneers finished 10-27 overall and 5-19 in the Northwest Conference.
Whitman dropped to 20-16, 15-9.
OREGON 4-3, California 0-5
Jordan Dail's six-hitter led the Ducks to a win in the first game of the day, a game that was suspended Friday night due to weather with the teams in the second inning.
Dail (16-10) wound up issuing two walks and ringing up six strikeouts while Haley Cruse and Jasmine Sievers homered, Allee Bunker got things started with a first-inning RBI triple and Rachel Cid capped the scoring with an RBI single in the sixth.
Cal came back in the nightcap, pinning a loss on starter Kailey Krueger (0-5) with five runs (two earned) in the first. Each team finished with eight hits, and Oregon scored twice in the sixth and once in the seventh (on a home run by Shaye Bowden).
Oregon fell to 19-22 overall, while Cal climbed to 24-22. In the Pac-12, the Ducks are 4-11, the Bears 3-14.
Oregon went 2-1 against California, claiming its first Pac-12 series victory of 2019.
UCLA 10, OREGON STATE 2 (5 innings)
The No. 2 Bruins made short work of the Beavers, scoring seven runs in the first inning and winning in five.
OSU starter Meehra Nelson faced only six batters, giving up two singles, a walk, two doubles and a home run before exiting with the Beavers down 6-0.
UCLA, which swept the three-game series, improved to 39-2 overall and 13-1 in the Pac-12.
Oregon State is 21-17, 3-12.
PORTLAND STATE 6-8, Southern Utah 2-1
The Vikings completed a 3-0 sweep of the Thunderbirds at Gordon Faber Recreation Complex.
Serafine Parrish (2-7) picked up the win in the opener, allowing four hits and four walks, with five strikeouts over the seven innings. Darian Lindsey was 3 for 4 for the Viks, while Jessica Flanagan and Alexis Morrison each drove in two runs.
PSU outhit SUU 9-2 in the nightcap. Rachel Menlove homered and had two RBIs, as did Tayler Gunesch, who was 3 for 3. Alyssa Burk (4-6) went the distance, giving up three walks with eight K's.
Portland State improved to 16-24 for the year and 5-6 in the Big Sky.
Southern Utah dropped to 5-28, 3-9.
Concordia 4-4, WESTERN WASHINGTON 2-2
By identical scores, the Cavaliers completed a 4-0 road weekend and lifted their record to 26-19 overall and 16-8 (second) in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.
WWU fell to 25-16, 14-10.
Four regular-season games remain for the Cavs, who trail first-place Central Washington by three games.
Mckenzie Smith (13-7) scattered 11 hits in going the distance for the nightcap victory. Hannah Self homered for the Cavs.
In the Saturday opener, Sally Bowles (10-8) threw a three-hitters with no walks, and Marissa Stockton had two of the Cavs' six hits, with a home run, and Self driving in two runs.
Linfield 12-9, LEWIS & CLARK 7-2
The Pioneers fell to 12-24 overall and 7-19 in the Northwest Conference.
Lily Moffit had a two-run HR in the sixth inning of the nightcap for L&C.
In the first game, L&C's Emily Drevdahl whacked two home runs and had three RBIs, while Zoe Juarez drove in four runs for the Pios.
Linfield is 30-5-1, 23-2.
COLLEGE WOMEN'S GOLF
Portland State dropped a couple of spots in the second round of the Big Sky championships at Boulder Creek (Nevada) Golf Club, and was tied for fifth going into Sunday's concluding 18 holes.
The Vikings were at 28-over-par 604, even with Montana State but trailing Sacramento State (587), Eastern Washington (594), Northern Colorado (599) and Idaho (603).
PSU's Jasmine Cabajar had her second 73 for a 2-over 146 total and a tie for fifth. She was four strokes behind Northern Colorado's Beah Cruz, the leader by two.
COLLEGE MEN'S TENNIS
GONZAGA 4, Portland 1
The Pilots' season ended at 7-14 overall and 2-7 in the West Coast Conference. Gonzaga improved to 7-2 in league, good for second place, and 16-7 for the season.
California 4, OREGON 0
PACIFIC 6, Lewis & Clark 3
COLLEGE WOMEN'S TENNIS
PORTLAND STATE 4, Sacramento State 3
At Vancouver Tennis Courts in Wasington, the Vikings took the doubles point and split the six singles matches. PSU finished the season at 5-10 overall and 2-8 in the Big Sky, while the Hornets dropped to 8-14, 5-5.
No. 1 singles player Jacinta Milenkoski clinched the team win with a three-set victory.
Gonzaga 4, PORTLAND 0
The Pilots' season came to an end with an 8-12 overall mark and 3-6 WCC record.
Gonzaga raised its record to 11-9, 6-3.
LEWIS & CLARK 9, Pacific 0
The NBA fined Trail Blazers forward Moe Harkless $15,000 for tossing his headband into the stands with 19.2 seconds left in Friday's Game 3 of the Portland-Oklahoma City Thunder first-round playoff series at OKC.
Former University of Oregon golfer Wyndham Clark made the cut, then ballooned to a 7-over 78 in the third round of the RBC Heritage at Hilton Head, South Carolina. That left him at 4-over 217 through 54 holes and tied for 65th, 14 strokes behind the leader, Dustin Johnson.
Norman Xiong, ex-UO golfer, was tied for 25th after three rounds of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail Championship at Prattville, Alabama. His 3-under 213 total, which inlcuded a third-round 72, was eight strokes off the pace.
Scott Harrington, former Jesuit High golfer, missed the cut by two shots, shooting a second-round 75 for a 146 total.
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