FRIDAY COLLEGE SPORTS ROUNDUP/Concordia's Ausman, MacDonald set GNAC field records; PSU men's tennis has shot at Big Sky tourney


CALIFORNIA 15, Oregon 13

• The teams were tied 8-8 at halftime at Berkeley, California, but the host Bears took the edge with the first five goals and five of the first six in the second half.

Jill Zubillaga and Shannon Williams of the Ducks each scored five goals on 10 shots.

Oregon fell to 8-6 overall and 4-4 in the Pac-12, while Cal improved to 6-9, 2-6.


• Concordia's Melissa Ausman and Christina MacDonald set Great Northwest Athletic Conference throwing records at the Triton Invitational in La Jolla, California.

Ausman's sixth-place discus throw of 182 feet, 10 inches also qualified her for the NCAA Division II championships May 24-26 at Charlotte, North Carolina, and ranks fourth in the nation.

MacDonald's hammer throw of 194-10 placed fourth and also is fourth in the nation.


PORTLAND 5, Saint Mary's 0

• The Pilots blanked the Gaels at Louisiana Pacific Tennis Center, improving to 10-8 overall and 5-2 in the West Coast Conference.

Portland won the top four singles matches in straight sets.

Saint Mary's fell to 4-15, 1-6 WCC.

Portland State 4, MONTANA STATE 3

• The victory at Bozeman, Montana, put PSU in position to clinch its first-ever Big Sky tournament berth — if the Vikings can defeat Montana on Sunday.

PSU's No. 2 singles player, Avery West, pulled out the decisive point against the Bobcats, winning a tiebreaker, 7-4, after taking the first set, 7-5, and dropping the second set, 5-7.

The Viks are 12-8 overall and 6-4 in the conference, with MSU at 4-11, 3-5.

It was PSU's first-ever road win over Montana State.

Lewis & Clark 8, LINFIELD 1

• The Pioneers improved to 10-5 overall and 6-1 in the Northwest Conference with the win at McMinnville.


SAINT MARY'S 4, Portland 0

• The host Gaels improved to 11-7 overall and 5-2 in the West Coast Conference.

The Pilots fell to 4-14, 0-7 WCC.

OREGON 4, Colorado 0

• The 30th-ranked Ducks improved to 13-8 overall and 4-5 in the Pac-12 with the win at the Student Tennis Center.

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