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TUESDAY COLLEGE BASEBALL ROUNDUP/Pilots roll up offensive big numbers, too, in rout of Seattle

COLLEGE BASEBALL

Oregon State 10, OREGON 0

• The Beavers made sure of victory in the sixth inning of a nonleague game at Eugene's PK Park.

OSU scored eight runs in the sixth to take a 9-0 lead on its way to its ninth win in a row over the Ducks. It's the longest streak in series history for either team.

The Beavers swept the season series. They won league games against UO, 5-2, 2-1 and 12-5, and took a nonleague game in Corvallis on May 1, 4-3.

Starter Craig Chamberlain worked 4 2/3 innings for Oregon State, allowing one hit. Relievers Brandon Eisert (4-3) and Nathan Burns also gave up one hit each, in 2 1/3 and 2 innings, respectively and in that order.

Nick Madrigal and Tyler Malone each had three hits in the 19-hit OSU attack. Michael Gretler hit his fifth home run of the season.

Oregon State improved to 36-7-1, while Oregon dropped to 22-24.

OSU opens a three-game set with No. 1-ranked Stanford at 7 p.m. Friday at Goss Stadium in Corvallis.

Oregon will visit UCLA for three games, starting at 4 p.m. Friday.

Portland 13, SEATTLE 2

• The Pilots had 18 hits as they won the first of two nonleague games at Bellevue, Washington.

Cody Hawken, Ryan Hoogerwef and Hunter Montgomery all had three hits for UP (18-26). Henry Cheney homered.

Portland's run and hit totals were season highs against the Redhawks (30-16), who beat the Pilots 9-6 in Portland on March 12.

In relief, Tate Budnick picked up the win and improved to 3-1. He gave up one hit in 5 2/3 innings, with one walk and six strikeouts.

UP leads the all-time series, 79-73-1.

The other game in the short series starts at 11 a.m. Monday.

UP will play host to San Diego in a three-game West Coast Conference series this weekend. The first game is 6 p.m. Friday.

• Concordia's Rob Vance was named co-coach of the year for the Great Northwest Athletic Conference team, and two of his players made the all-league first team — senior shortstop Andrew Barrera and junior pitcher Isaac Mitchum.

The Cavaliers, who made the GNAC playoffs for the first time, had three players earn honorable mention: senior outfielder Cole Crosby, senior catcher Kyle Henderson and junior pitcher Kaleb Jones.

The Cavs open the conference playoffs, at Ellensburg, Washington, with a 3 p.m. Wednesday game against Montana State Billings.

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