Beavers beat Pacific in men's basketball
OREGON STATE 91, PACIFIC 69
SOUTHERN UTAH 101, Concordia 84
• At Gill Coliseum, the Beavers rolled to an exhibition win over the Boxers.
Tres Tinkle had a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds and Stephen Thompson Jr. scored 21 points for the Beavers.
OSU never trailed. The Beavers largest lead was 31 points. They outscored the Boxers 25-7 from turnovers and 50-14 in the paint.
Thompson Jr. had nine rebounds and three assists and Tinkle contributed three assists, three blocked shots and one steal.
Drew Eubanks and Ethan Thompson each finished with 13 points and six rebounds. Twelve of the 14 OSU players who saw action scored in the game.
Brevin Brown led Pacific with 20 points.
• At Cedar City, Utah, Southern Utah of the Big Sky Conference scored 60 points in the first half of its exhibition win over Concordia.
Junior guard Jarrett Gray had 27 points, four assists and two steals for the Cavaliers. Christopher Edward had 20 points and 13 rebounds for Concordia.
SOUTHERN UTAH 82, Concordia 62
•At Cedar City, Utah, Concordia led 25-18 at the end of one quarter but fell to the NCAA Division I Thunderbirds in an exhibition game.
Danielle Hartzog scored 20 points and made three teals for the Cavaliers. Bailey Cartwright added 12 points and a team-high seven rebounds.
EASTERN WASHINGTON 2, Portland State 1
• Portland State's season came to an end with a loss to host Eastern Washington in the Big Sky Conference semifinals.
Both Eagles goals came from corner kicks, with Jenny Chavez converting in the seventh minute and Brooke Dunbar scored in the 53rd minute.
PSU freshman Tea Poore scored in the 80th minute with a shot from outside the box.
Portland State finished its season with a 9-10-1 record under first-year coach Katie Burton.
OREGON 3, California 0
WILLAMETTE 3, Lewis & Clark 2
Northwest 3, WARNER PACIFIC 0
Evergreen State 3, MULTNOMAH 1
• At Berkeley, California, Oregon swept Cal 25-18, 25-16, 25-19.
The 16th-ranked Ducks (15-6, 8-5 Pac-12) controlled the match throughout, hitting .367 and getting four or more kills from seven players.
Ronika Stone led Oregon with 10 kills. She hit .667 and was in on five of the team's nine blocks. Alex Hojar had a team-high 11 digs and August Raskie (20) and Maggie Scott (17) led the Ducks in assists.
Next for Oregon is a 1 p.m. Sunday visit to No. 2-ranked Stanford.
• At Stanford, California, the No. 2-ranked Cardinal (10-2, 13-0 Pac-12) handled Oregon State 25-18, 25-14, 25-16.
Mary-Kate Marshall had a match-high 12 kills for the Beavers (16-9, 6-7). Kylee McLaughlin had 22 assists and Grace Massey nine digs for OSU.
• At Salem, Willamette won the fifth set 16-14 to defeat Lewis and Clark in five sets. Scores were 18-25, 28-26, 25-10, 21-25 and 16-14.
Kortney Meyer had 21 digs and Annika San Nicolas 25 digs to lead the Pioneers (2-20, 1-14 Northwest Conference).
• At C.C. Perry Gym, Northwest University swept Warner Pacific 25-12, 25-19, 27-25. Jessica Mast had 16 kills for the Knights (6-13 Cascade Collegiate Conference). A total of 25 WPC attacking errors were costly.
• At Jim Skagen Court, Evergreen State beat Multnomah 25-19, 23-25, 25-13, 28-26. Sydney Amundsen and Patty Batoon had 13 kills apiece for the Lions (8-20, 3-16 Cascade Collegiate Conference).
ITA Fall Nationals
At Palm Desert, Calif.
Oregon junior Thomas Laurent won twice on Friday to reach the semifinals at the fall nationals. Laurent defeated Virginia's Aswin Lizen 6-4, 6-2 then rallied to defeat Kevin Konfederak of Georgia Gwinnett 3-6, 6-1, 7-6 (8-6). In the semifinals, Laurent will face thiird-ranked Petros Chrysochos of Wake Forrest.
• Portland's Michail Pervolarakis swept two consolation singles matches on Friday, winning 24 sets and losing only nine, to reach the consolation semifinals at the fall nationals.
Puget Sound 119, LEWIS & CLARK 86
Puget Sound 112, LEWIS & CLARK 93
JAMESTOWN 25, Warner Pacific 19