NCAA regionals: Oregon ball separated from postseason, Oregon State … – Pac
Oregon round gave it their all in extras, though eventually fell to Iowa 2-1 in 11 innings to be separated from a NCAA tournament. The Ducks got on a house initial in a bottom of a third when Mark Karaviotis singled and stole second. He modernized to third on a upheld round and scored on a singular from Austin Grebeck. The Hawkeyes tied it adult in a sixth off of Oregon starter Josh Graham. Eric Toole led off with a single, changed to second on a groundout, modernized to third in a furious representation and finished adult scoring on another furious pitch.
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The Ducks had a possibility to finish it in a ninth when they installed a bases with no outs. But Iowa pitcher Nick Hibbing got a strikeout and double play that he indispensable to send a diversion to extras. The Hawkeyes took a lead in a tip of a 11th when Nick Roscetti reached on a fielder’s choice and eventually scored on a singular from Daniel Aaron Moriel. Oregon couldn’t mountain a convene in a bottom of a inning, going down 1-2-3. The Ducks finish a year with a 38-25 record.
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VCU handed a Beavers their initial detriment of a NCAA regionals Sunday afternoon in a 5-1 contest. The Rams pennyless by opposite Oregon State’s Drew Rasmussen in a bottom of a fourth. Matt Davis was strike by a representation before back-to-back singles from Vimael Machin and Darian Carpenter done it 1-0. A scapegoat fly from Brett Hileman and an RBI double from Jimmy Kerrigan gave VCU a 3-0 lead.
They combined dual some-more runs in a fifth when Logan Farrar singled, and Davis and Machin both doubled. The Beavers were means to get on a house in a seventh when Dane Lund led off with a walk, Jeff Hendrix singled, and KJ Harrison strike a scapegoat fly. But that’d be it for Oregon State, as Heath Dwyer lasted 6.1 innings, allowing just 3 hits and one warranted run. The Beavers take on Dallas Baptist during 6 p.m. PT to try to stay alive.
The Bruins’ offense was behind on Sunday in a 9-1 win over CSU Bakersfield in an rejecting game. Kevin Kramer squandered no time for UCLA, rising a second representation of a diversion over a blockade for a discerning 1-0 lead. The measure stayed a same until a seventh, when a Bruins pennyless it open. Darrell Miller Jr. led off with a singular and eventually scored on an blunder from CSUB’s shortstop. Ty Moore done a Roadrunners compensate for a mistake as he dejected a three-run home run to make it 5-0. Singles from Miller Jr., Christoph Bono, Trent Chatterton and Luke Persico combined 3 some-more runs for a Bruins in a eighth. Nick Vehlewald’s solo home run in a bottom of a ninth got CSUB on a board. The Roadrunners conduct home, while UCLA takes on Maryland during 8 p.m. PT for a informal title.