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SATURDAY COLLEGE SPORTS ROUNDUP/Beavers fall late in NCAA gymnastics bid; UO men's golf in the hunt at Santa Cruz tourney

COLLEGE TRACK AND FIELD

• Oregon won the men's and women's titles in the Pepsi Team Invitational at Hayward Field.COOK

The UO men scored 171 points to defeat BRU (160), Washington State (157) and Washington (153).

The Oregon women scored 185 points to beat WSU (152), BYU (152) and UW (112).

Oregon's Chaquinn Cook, from Benson High, won the triple jump at 41 feet, 5 inches and placed second in the long jump (18-5 3/4) to teammate Rhesa Foster (19-6 3/4).

COLLEGE WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS

• No. 14 Oregon State came up short at the NCAA Raleigh (North Carolina) Regional.

The Beavers' season ended with a sixth-place finish.

A pair of falls in the final rotation dropped Oregon State from third pace and the chase of second-place Nebraska for the second qualifying spot into the NCAA championship round.

OSU was seeded third going into the regional, won by LSU with a 197.675 score.

COLLEGE MEN'S GOLF

• Oregon was fourth out of 15 teams after Saturday's play at the Western Intercollegiate in Santa Cruz, California.

Play was suspended due to darkness with the Ducks at 10-over par and Edwin Yi of UO tied for first after a 4-under 66 in the opening round.

Norman Xiong of the Ducks shot a 68 in the first round to tie for ninth.

The second round will be completed Sunday, with the third and final round to follow.

• Pacific Lutheran and Whitworth were tied for first, both at 11-over 299, through Day 1 of the two-day Northwest Conference Spring Classic.

Lewis & Clark was ninth (last) with a 95-over 383 total on the Hangman Valley Golf Course in Spokane, Washington.

COLLEGE WOMEN'S GOLF

• Lewis & Clark was fourth when play was suspended in the first round of the Northwest Conference Spring Classic in Spokane, Washington.

COLLEGE BEACH VOLLEYBALL

Oregon 3 Portland 2

• The Ducks avenged a loss to the Pilots in a match at Chemeketa Community College.

Senior Taylor Agost and freshman Josie Cole won at the No. 2 spot for the Ducks. Marine Hall-Poirier and Kyra Hanawahine won at No. 5, and Maggie Scott and Ronika Stone won at No. 4 for Oregon (2-4).

Portland, which fell to 2-6, got victories by Cali Thompson and Tani Stephens at No. 1 and Sarah Savoca and Carey Williams at No. 3.

COLLEGE WOMEN'S TENNIS

Pepperdine 4, PORTLAND 0

• The sixth-ranked Waves rolled to a win at the Louisiana Pacific Tennis Center, improving to 16-1 overall and 5-0 in the West Coast Conference.

UP dropped to 4-13, 0-6.

COLLEGE MEN'S TENNIS

POMONA-PITZER 6, Lewis & Clark 3

• At Claremont, California, the No. 33 Pioneers took a 3-0 lead with a sweep of the doubles matches, but were blanked in singles play.

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