Scoresheet: Beavers, Ducks post baseball wins
College baseball — Joe Casey hit a two-out double in the ninth inning to plate the tying and go-ahead runs as Oregon State won 3-1 at Grand Canyon in Phoenix, Arizona.
The Beavers (5-1) were down to their last out when Casey came to the plate with two on in the ninth and drove the second pitch he saw to the fence. Kyler McMahan then singled home Casey to make it 3-1.
• Oregon 6, Seattle U 0 — Peyton Fuller pitched seven strong innings and the Ducks (2-0) scored all six runs in the third inning at PK Park. Shortstop Josh Kasevich hit a two-run homer in the six-run third.
College women's soccer — Eden Hardy and Ally Cook scored for Oregon, which beat No. 3-ranked Stanford 2-1 in Eugene to open Pac-12 play.
Oregon goalkeeper Leah Freeman made four saves and came within seconds of shutting out the defending national champions. Stanford (0-1-0) outshot Oregon 13-5, but only 5-4 on-goal.
The Ducks (2-0-1 overall) scored once in each half at Pape Field.
• California 3, Oregon State 1 — Brianna McReynolds' fourth goal of the season gave the Beavers a brief 1-0 lead, but No. 14 Cal prevailed in the conference opener for both teams in Corvallis.
College volleyball — Oregon (7-2) hit .333 and had 61 kills behind a balanced attack to sweep visiting Colorado for the Ducks' sixth win in a row.
College softball — Mariah Mazon homered and doubled at the plate and struck out seven in the circle as Oregon State (7-0) opened the Wildcat Invitational at Tucson, Arizona, with a 10-3 win over BYU.
• PSU splits games — Portland State opened its season on Friday with a 10-6 loss to Iowa State and a 5-4 win over Grand Canyon at Phoenix, Arizona.
In the opener, the Vikings scored four times in the first inning but three three-run innings carried the No. 25 Cyclones to the win.
In the win over Grand Canyon, Olivia Grey struck out 11 over seven innings and PSU benefitted from five GCU errors.
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