The Knights won 8-7 on a wild pitch in the eighth. Corvallis had two homers, Bend one, in a power oriented showdown between two of the top teams in the West Coast League’s South Division. Continue reading CBD Photo Gallery: Bend at Corvallis
Medford Rogues defeated the Corvallis Knights 8-6 on Wednesday night behind a 13-hit attack. Corvallis had the winning run on base – and the bases loaded – with one out in the eighth, but Jackson Soto hit into an inning ending doubleplay. Continue reading CBD Photo Gallery: Medford defeats Corvallis 8-6
Corvallis, Ore. – Andrew Morales and Evan Manarino combined for 7.2 innings on short rest as UC Irvine defeated No. 1 overall seed Oregon State 4-2 in the finale of the Corvallis Regional.
The Anteaters (39-23) play Oklahoma State in the Super Regionals in Stillwater, Okla., next. Oregon State (45-14) fell short at home in front of 3,435 baseball fans. Continue reading 2014 Corvallis Regional: Day 4 Recap
Corvallis, Ore. – No. 1 in the polls. No. 1 overall seed. Limping into the postseason after losing three of four to end the season.
Since senior second baseman Andy Peterson sustained a sprained ankle at the bottom of a celebratory pile on May 17 – when Oregon State defeated Washington 1-0 on Logan Ice’s walk-off double – the Beavers have struggled to score runs. Continue reading 2014 Corvallis (OR) Regional preview
CORVALLIS, Ore. – Fifth-ranked Washington came to Goss Stadium with designs on the Pac-12 championship. The Huskies have followed a simple strategy most of the season – strong starting pitching, solid defense, timely offense – and that had them a game behind host Oregon State entering the weekend series. Continue reading Inside the Pac-12: Pitching, defense play their role in Oregon State remaining atop conference
Here is your photo gallery from Oregon State’s 1-0 victory over Washington on Saturday. You can check out a full recap of the game by clicking here. Continue reading CBD Photo Gallery: Washington at Oregon State (May 17th)
CORVALLIS, Ore. – Three Northwest players made sure any decision on the 2014 Pac-12 Conference champion will remain for another day as freshman catcher Logan Ice drilled an RBI double off the right field wall in the bottom of the ninth at Goss Stadium to lift No. 2 Oregon State to a 1-0 victory over No. 5 Washington.
Ice’s one-out hit off reliever Troy Rallings – who had riled up Beaver Believers the night before with his antics in a 4-2 Huskies win – made a complete-game winner of Jace Fry and plated Dylan Davis. Davis had led off the ninth with a single that helped lead to the exit of UW starter Tyler Davis. Continue reading Inside the Pac-12: On heels of 1-0 Oregon State victory, conference title remains at large
When Pat Casey built Oregon State into a perennial contender, he did so with Pacific Northwest recruits. From 2005-07, the Beavers appeared in three straight College World Series, winning two titles, and had Oregonians as the Friday night starters each year.
Stars of those teams came from places like Madras, Ontario, Salem, Forest Grove, Hillsboro, Oregon City, Portland. And there was a strong presence of players from north of the Oregon-Washington border, too. Continue reading Inside the Pac-12: Contender building in the Northwest
Here is the latest Regional Report to give you an idea which teams are locks to make the postseason and which ones need to do damage in the conference tournaments to secure a bid. Click on the image below to see it completely. Continue reading 2014 Regional Report (May 14th)
Lost amidst the carnage of an 0-3 Pac-12 Conference weekend for the UCLA Bruins is the way they continue to take every setback in stride.
College World Series champions last June, the Bruins (23-24-1, 10-13 Pac-12) are barely a bubble team this season, struggling with injuries throughout the roster.