The season is on the line for both teams when the Oregon State Beavers take on the Washington Huskies in the 2018 College World Series at 11 a.m. PDT Monday (TV on ESPN, live stream on Watch ESPN). Oregon State (49-11-1) dropped its opener to North Carolina, and Washington (35-25) lost to Mississippi State, leaving the Pac-12 foes in Monday's elimination game at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska. Right-hander Bryce Fehmel (10-1, 2.87 ERA) is set to start for the Beavers, who will look to clean up their defense after committing three errors against North Carolina. Washington will start right-hander Jordan Jones (6-4, 3.99). The No. 3 national seed Beavers won their home series against Washington 2-1 in March. Will OSU prevail again, or will the Huskies pull the upset? Follow this post for live updates as the game unfolds. Live score: Oregon State 10, Washington 5 (Top 8) Top 8th: Tyler Malone crushes one to right, and it's a home run. His leadoff shot gives the … [Read more...] about College World Series 2018 live updates: Oregon State baseball vs. Washington in elimination game
OMAHA, Neb. – The Washington baseball team finds itself in yet another pressure situation. The Huskies (35-25) will meet Pac-12 rival Oregon State (49-11-1) in a College World Series elimination game at 11 a.m. PDT Monday, Lack of respect for the opponent will not be a problem for Washington. Monday College World Series, UW vs. Oregon State, 11 a.m., ESPN “We have an opportunity to play who I believe is the best team in the country on Monday in the College World Series, and I think our guys will rise to the occasion,” UW coach Lindsay Meggs said. “Win, lose or draw, I think our guys are going to play great baseball and we’re looking forward to it.” The Huskies lost their CWS opener to Mississippi State 1-0 on Saturday. Washington earned its CWS berth by beating host Cal State Fullerton 6-5 in 10 innings in the deciding game of a best-of-three super regional. The Huskies needed to score a run in the ninth to force extra innings and they scored … [Read more...] about Washington to face Oregon State in loser-out game Monday at College World Series
Posted June 18, 2018 at 07:48 AM | Updated June 18, 2018 at 07:52 AM By Ken Goe A couple things ... -- The Oregon Ducks eased the string of a disappointing conclusion to the NCAA season with a strong showing at the USA Track & Field Junior Outdoor Championships, which concluded yesterday in Bloomington, Indiana. Freshman Lauren Rain Williams won the women's 200-meter final. She became one of eight Ducks or future Ducks to qualify for the World U-20 Outdoor Championships, July 10-15 in Tampere, Finland. Also qualifying were fellow UO freshmen Joseph Anderson in the 110 hurdles, Cooper Teare in the 1,500 and 5,000, Jasmin Reed as a member of the women's 4x100 relay pool and Shae Anderson as part of the women's 4x400 relay pool. They all made the U.S. team. So did incoming UO freshmen Josh Hoey, who won the men's 800, and Lexi Ellis, second in the women's triple jump. UO freshman Keira McCarrell has qualified for the Canadian team in the javelin. Here are three stories … [Read more...] about Ducks will have big presence at the U-20 World Outdoor Champs: Oregon track & Field Rundown
Posted June 18, 2018 at 06:00 AM | Updated June 18, 2018 at 06:03 AM Darian Hageman 3 billy.jpg Billy Gates TRACK AND FIELD/CROSS COUNTRY FUTURE FOR OREGON'S 2018 HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS We reached out to many Oregon high school athletic directors, coaches and college conferences to find out where this year’s senior class is headed to compete in college track & field and cross country. Here are names we know, though there are likely more, as June and July are busy months as college teams scramble to put together next year’s roster. If you know of anyone who is not on this list, please email Nick Daschel at [email protected], and we’ll add their names. Above: Darian Hageman, Astoria Adrian Antelopes Morgan Bayes, Corban University Ashland Grizzlies Alex Franklin, Seattle University Ian Rinefort, Western Washington University Lili Smith, Western Washington University … [Read more...] about Where are Oregon’s 2018 high school seniors headed for college track & field, cross country?
The Oregon Ducks football program has a top-10 recruiting class nationally, aided by the recent addition of three new pledges - defensive end/outside linebacker Isaac Townsend, wide receiver JR Waters and defensive lineman Sua'ava Poti. But the hot streak may not be done just yet. Shortly after the commitment of Poti on Sunday, Oregon pledge and 247Sports four-star all-purpose back Sean Dollars used social media to let fans know more California commitments could be on the horizon: Oregon's 2019 class currently consists of 12 prospects, highlighted by eight California commitments. Known as the "#CaliFlock" on Twitter, the Ducks' California nucleus is highlighted by a Mater Dei four-star quartet - defensive tackle Keyon Ware-Hudson, linebacker Mase Funa, cornerback Jeremiah Criddell and Dollars - as well as elite cornerback MyKael Wright. Assuming Dollars is correct about more commitments, the primary targets to watch may be 247Sports four-star junior college cornerback … [Read more...] about Sean Dollars, Oregon Ducks 4-star RB pledge, on silent commitments: ‘We have more’