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SATURDAY COLLEGE ROUNDUP/Stanford tops Oregon State wrestlers; Pilots, Vikings win men's tennis duals



  • COLLEGE WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS

    WASHINGTON 197.000, Oregon State 196.500

    • No. 16 UW edged 11th-ranked OSU in a matinee dual at Alaska Airlines Arena — although the Beavers posted their highest road score of the season and got a win in floor exercise from junior McKenna Singley (career-best 9.925). It was her first career title.

    COLLEGE MEN'S WRESTLING

    STANFORD 21, Oregon State 15

    • The host Cardinal won four of the first five matches, then held off an OSU rally.

    Beaver victories came from Ronnie Bresser at 125 pounds, 6-1; Josh Reyes at 149, 9-4; Corey Griego at 197, pin in 3:52; and Amar Dhesi at 285, 8-5. Dhesi, ranked eighth in the nation, defeated No. 2 Nathan Butler.

    COLLEGE BASEBALL

    At Newberg

    Puget Sound 7 Lewis & Clark 0

    GEORGE FOX 4, Lewis & Clark 1

    • In the Northwest Conference preseason tournament, L&C dropped two games and fell to 0-6 overall.

    Matt Donovan had the Pioneers' lone RBI.

    LEWIS-CLARK STATE 10-5, Concordia 7-4

    • The Cavaliers fell to 0-3, all at Lewiston, Idaho, with a doubleheader loss on Saturday. L-C State is ranked No. 1 in NAIA. The teams will meet one more time, at noon Sunday.

    COLLEGE MEN'S TENNIS

    Portland 3, UC Davis 2

    In Seattle, the Pilots stretched their spring win streak to four. Michail Pervolarakis, ranked No. 21 in the nation in singles, ran his record to 6-0 with a 6-3, 6-3 win in the No. 1 spot, and Carlos Donat clinched the team win witha 6-2, 7-6 (9) victory at No. 4 singles.

    EDWARDSPortland State 5, Idaho State 2

    The Vikings won their Big Sky opener, with the doubles team of Tommy Edwards and Avery West knocking off the No. 50 Bengals duo, 6-4, as PSU claimed the doubles point.

    No. 1 singles Nathan Boniel of Portland State won 6-3, 6-2, and West won at No. 3 singles, 6-1, 6-1, at Club Green Meadows in Vancouver, Washington.

    COLLEGE WOMEN'S TENNIS

    OREGON 4, Northwestern 3

    The Ducks (5-2) fought off the 23rd-ranked Wildcats in a 3 1/2-hour match in Eugene.

    It all came down to the No. 2 singles match featuring UO junior Shweta Sangway, who pulled off a 7-6 (5), 1-6, 7-5 victory.



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