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Originally published March 25, 2016 at 11:12 PM | Page modified March 25, 2016 at 11:22 PM

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Washington baseball gets shut out by Oregon, 2-0

The Huskies had their best opportunity to get to the Ducks and Krook in the bottom of the fifth, but were denied.


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Four Oregon pitchers combined to shut out Washington, 2-0, Friday night at Husky Ballpark to even the Pac-12 series at 1-1.

The Huskies managed only four hits on the night – all off starter Matt Krook – as they fell to 11-7 (3-2 in Pac-12 play). Three Oregon relievers combined to allow just one base runner — on a walk — over the final four innings as the Ducks’ improved to 11-8 (2-3 Pac-12) on the season.

Both starting pitchers cruised through the first four innings before the Ducks finally got to UW’s Joe DeMers in the fifth. Matt Kroon led off the inning with a double and was at third base with two outs when shortstop Travis Moniot lined an 0-2 pitch from DeMers into center field for an RBI single.

The Huskies had their best opportunity to get to the Ducks and Krook in the bottom of the fifth, but were denied.

With two outs Jack Meggs singled to left with Levi Jordan at second base. Then left fielder Jake Bennett threw Jordan out at home.

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Washington State dropped a 6-1 decision at Stanford. The Cougars (8-13, 1-4 Pac-12) recorded five hits and Stanford (11-6, 1-1 Pac-12) used a two-run third inning and a four-run sixth. Cardinal starter Tristan Beck struck out 10 and allowed one earned run on five hits in eight innings. Cougars starter Ian Hamilton allowed six runs and struck out nine in 71/3 innings.

• Gonzaga fell to St. Mary’s, 6-5, on a walk-off home run in the ninth inning at Louis Guiston Field in Moraga, Calif. Taylor Jones had three hits for the Zags and Dustin Breshears and Tyler Frost two each.

• Max Modeste had three RBI for Seattle U (13-9, 2-0 WAC) in a 7-5 win over CSU Bakersfield. Michael McCann was 3 for 4 to lead the Redhawks as they outhit CSUB, 13-7. Ted Hammond struck out six and worked 6 2/3innings for the Redhawks.

Central Washington split the first two games of its four-game series against Northwest Nazarene in a Great Northwest Athletic Conference matchup. The Wildcats are now 13-8 overall and 9-3 in GNAC play.

softball

• Western Washington swept Montana Billings in a doubleheader Friday. The Vikings won the first game, 15-1, and the second game, 18-13. Kali Patterson went 6 for 10 on the day for Western Washington.

• Central Washington split with Western Oregon in a doubleheader. The Wolves defeated the Wildcats 3-2 on a walk-off homerun in game one and the Wildcats took game two 2-1 behind a strong pitching performance from Kiana Wood.

• Seattle University (13-19) split two games at the Gaucho Classic II. The Redhawks beat the University of San Diego, 3-1, behind nine strikeouts from Alyssa Reuble, and dropped an afternoon game to UC Santa Barbara, 6-3.

• No. 10 Washington scored three runs in the fifth inning and held on to beat host No. 14 UCLA, 6-5, in a Pac-12 game on Friday night. Ali Aguilar hit two home runs for the Huskies (21-6) and Julia DePonte went 3 for 3. Dani Braun had two hits for UW and also drove in two runs. Taran Alvelo pitched 6 2/3 innings for the win, giving up five runs off six hits.

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• No. 10 Washington State opened the spring season in dual action, taking five of six races from No. 19 Gonzaga at Silver Lake.

men’s tennis

• Seattle University played a close, hard-fought match with UMKC but ultimately ended just short, dropping the match 4-3 in Western Athletic Conference play.

women’s tennis

• Sophomore Donika Bashota broke the eason singles victories record as Washington State beat BYU, 6-1, at the Simmelink Tennis Courts at Hollingbery Fieldhouse. With a total of 34 victories, Bashota moves past Elisabeth Fournier (2012) on the season singles wins list. She recently surpassed her 31 wins from last season, which was a WSU freshman record.

track & field

Carson Fuller won the javelin at the Pac-12 vs. Big Ten Invitational in Arizona with a 241-foot toss. Fuller jumps all the way up to No. 4 in school history with the mark and goes to No. 8 in the NCAA in a season with a lot of big early javelin marks.

From sports-information reports.



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