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Stanford upends OSU women; Pilots baseball wins first home night game

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FRIDAY COLLEGE RESULTS


WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Stanford 76, Oregon State 54, at Stanford, Calif.

The Cardinal cripped the Beavers’ Pac-12 repeat title hopes, dominating nearly the entire game.

By the end of the third quarter, Stanford had a 63-40 advantage.

With 14 points, center Ruth Hamblin was the only Beaver to score more than seven.

Stanford shot 57.7 percent from the field, while OSU finsihed at 34.4 percent.

The Beavers fell to 24-4, 15-2 in the Pac-12.

Stanford upped its marks to 23-6, 13-4.

Arizona State (35-4, 16-1) defeated USC 50-45 to clinch at least a co-conference regular-season crown.

The finales are Sunday, with ASU at UCLA, and OSU at California.

California 65, Oregon 54, at Berkeley, Calif.

With star senior forward Jillian Alleyne missing the first game of her college career — she is out for the season with a torn ACL — Oregon fell at Haas Pavilion.

The Ducks, who had won four Pac-12 road games in a row, slipped to 9-8 in the conference and 20-8 overall.

Guard Lexi Bando also missed the game for Oregon; she was out with an illness.

Lexi Petersen led Oregon scoring with a game-high 20 points, and she added seven rebounds.

Cal climbed to 4-13 in the league and 13-15 for the season.

COURTESY: UNIVERSITY OF PORTLAND - Senior Kevin Farley bunts for the Portland Pilots in their 10-7 victory Friday night at Joe Etzel Field.

BASEBALL

Portland 10, Oakland 7, at Joe Etzel Field

The first night game ever at the University of Portland was filled with hits, big plays, errors and a come-from-behind late surge by UP.

Cody Hawken starred at the plate, hitting home runs in his first two at-bats and nailing a runner at second base on a play off the wall in left field in the top of the ninth inning, as Portland preserved its 10-7 lead.

UP improved to 4-1.

The series continues with a 1 p.m. Saturday game and 11 a.m. Sunday doubleheader.

Oregon State 14, Kansas State 0, at Surprise, Ariz.

The Beavers scored 12 times in the first four innings and got 6 2/3 scoreless innings from Jake Thompson (1-1) as they improved to 5-1.

OSU raised its Pac-12-leading batting average to .361, with KJ Harrison, Cadyn Grenier and Kyle Nobach each getting three hits.

Oregon 4, Illinois State 2, at PK Park

The Ducks’ victory in their second home game of the year boosted their season mark to 5-0.

Oregon took a three-run lead with three runs in the second inning. The Ducks gave up two runs in the third but added a run in the fourth and finished with seven hits to two for the visitors.

Starter Cole Irvin (1-0) allowed two hits, one walk and two runs, with 12 strikeouts, in seven innings.

SOFTBALL

Nebraska 6, Oregon 5, at Cathedral City, Calif.

Oregon 14, Cal State Northridge 3, at Cathedral City, Calif.

The Ducks lost their first game of the day, as the Cornhuskers improved to 9-1.

Oregon came back and dropped the Matadors to 6-5, with Geri Ann Glasco tossing a complete game seven-hitter.

Oregon is 9-4.

Oregon State 5, Northwestern 3, at Cathedral City, Calif.

Loyola Marymount 2, Oregon State 0, at Cathedral City, Calif.

The Beavers (12-2) split Friday at the Mary Nutter Classic, winning their opener with Bev Miller (4-1) and freshman Meehra Nelson (first save) teaming up for mound duties.

Nelson (8-1) suffered her first loss in the OSU nightcap, even though she gave up only three hits and a walk and one earned run, with seven strikeouts.

Senior second baseman Mikela Manewa led the Oregon State attack, going 4 for 6.

Portland State 6, Utah Valley 5, at Honolulu

Hawaii 10, Portland State 1, at Honolulu

The Vikings’ first win of the season came in walk-off style. Sophomore Korney Craker led off the bottom of the seventh inning with a home run to left field, capping her 2-for-3 day, which included three runs scored.

Utah Valley had tied the game with three runs in the top of the seventh.

In PSU's night game, the Viks got a run in the top of the first but gave up two, three, one and four runs in the first four frames.