Oregon State, Oregon bats alive
Oregon State 16, Cal Poly 7
• A day after a close encounter with Gonzaga and one-run victory, the No. 2-ranked Beavers had their way offensively with the Mustangs.
OSU's lead was 2-1 when it pushed four runs across in the bottom of the third inning at Surprise, Arizona.
After four innings, the Oregon State lead was 8-2.
OSU finished with 20 hits.
Four pitchers gave up a combined 13, though, with Cal Poly scoring three times in the ninth.
The Beavers, 3-0 after their opening weekend, got 6 2/3 innings from starter and junior right-hander Bryce Fehmel (1-0), who allowed four runs on seven hits without no walks and three strikeouts.
Junior outfielder Trevor Larnach homered for the third day in a row — a blow that put OSU on top 1-0 in the second. He also doubled in two runs in the fourth, singled in another run in the sixth and finished 4 for 4.
Cal Poly dropped to 1-2.
OSU will play at 1 p.m. PT Monday at the same locale, taking on New Mexico.
OREGON 8, Indiana State 5
• The Ducks finished 2-1 for their first weekend, getting 12 hits and four home runs at Las Vegas, Nevada.
Gabe Matthews was 4 for 4 with three RBIs and a homer, Spencer Steer 3 for 5 with two RBIs and one HR, and Jakob Goldfarb 2 for 4 with two RBIs and two home runs.
Indiana State fell to 1-2.
Parker Kelly (1-0), one of three UO relievers who shut out Indiana State (1-2) over the five five innings. The junior from Westview High did not allow a hit and struck out two batters over 1 1/3 innings.
Kenyon Yovan, a sophomore from Westview who was Oregon's closer last season, got his first save of 2018.
UCLA 15, Portland 3
• The Bruins completed a three-game home sweep with 17 hits on Sunday.
Down 7-0, Cody Hawken homered for UP in the fourth.
Daniel Lopez of the Pilots hit a two-run HR in the ninth.
CAL STATE SAN MARCOS 6, Concordia 1
• The home team hit four home runs to sweep the three-game series and drop the Cavaliers to 0-7.
Gabe Padukiewicz had Concordia's RBI in the fourth inning to make it a 2-1 game.
GEORGE FOX 12, Lewis & Clark 10
GEORGE FOX 10, Lewis & Clark 2
• At Newberg, the host Bruins held off the Pioneers as the teams completed a game suspended Saturday by darkness. GFU was leading 11-7 after five innings on Saturday.
The teams then played nine innings, with GFU out-hitting the Pios 14-4.
Sean Shepherd of L&C finished the suspended game 4 for 5.