Posted April 18, 2013 on
OREGON STATE DOESN'T get rattled easily. With OSU clinging to a 2-1 lead in the sixth inning, the Beavers did what they've done multiple times this season in close games -- they put a crooked number on the scoreboard, gave themselves some breathing room and cruised from that point on. The 5-1 victory for No. 5 Oregon State extended their win streak to 17 straight over Portland.
BEST OF MAXIM
Yes, Oregon State’s baseball season continues to progress toward the postseason. Last weekend the Beavs swept Utah to remain on top in the Pac 12 Conference with a 10-2 record (29-6 overall). With each game, the team must believe there is no rest for the weary and remain prepared for every opponent. As the finish line gets closer, the games only get tougher no matter the record...
CORVALLIS – Day 11 was low key, but it was by design – Thursday marked the third day Oregon State ran without pads this spring. Center Isaac Seumalo returned for a few snaps, wide receiver Micah Hatfield got some love from Mike Riley and the defensive secondary had another impressive day. One would think that, sans the pads, the day might be light on details, but that would be wrong...