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UW baseball falls, 3-2, to Oregon State

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The Washington baseball team managed only four hits against fourth-ranked Oregon State and lost 3-2 in a nonconference game between the two Pac-12 foes at Surprise (Ariz.) Stadium.

Beavers starter Jake Thompson (2-0) allowed just two hits and one earned run in 62 / 3 innings to earn the win.

Starter Tyler Davis was the tough-luck loser for UW (3-4-1) after giving up three runs in the fourth inning; the only inning the Beavers mustered any runs.

Andrew Ely had half of Washington’s hits, going 2 for 4 with an RBI.

For Oregon State (6-2), Kavin Keyes was 4 for 4.


No. 4 Washington is in 10th place at 12-over-par 588 after 36 holes of the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate meet at English Turn Golf & Country Club in New Orleans.

Washington is 26 shots off the lead set by No. 2 UCLA. Washington was led by Jennifer Yang, who shot a first round of 1-over 73, followed by a round of 1-under 71. Yang is tied for 18th, seven strokes off the lead set by Tonje Daffinrud of Denver and UCLA’s Erynne Lee, who is from Silverdale.


• Washington guard Kelsey Plum was named the Pac-12 Freshman of the Week for a record seventh time. Plum scored 64 points in two games over the weekend against Oregon and Oregon State as the Huskies (16-11, 9-7 Pac-12) split the games.

Aubrey Ashenfelter’s layup with five seconds left gave the Eastern Washington women a 61-60 win at Portland State (6-19, 4-12) in a Big Sky game. Hayley Hodgins scored 17 for the Eagles (14-11, 10-6). Ashenfelter had 11 points.

• Seattle Pacific’s Suzanna Ohlsen has been named the GNAC women’s basketball Player of the Week.

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