Oregon defeated Azusa Pacific University, the only team responsible for breaking Oregon’s winning streak of 26 consecutive meets, to win the NCATA National Championships Saturday night.
If the Ducks take just one game of the three-game series this weekend at PK Park against rival Western Washington, they clinch the conference title, which will then send them to collegiate club baseball Regionals in Missoula, Montana.
After only playing five innings in each of their past four games, the Ducks had to battle through seven innings in the third game of the three-game series against the California Golden Bears. The Oregon Ducks finished the series against the Bears with a 7-2 victory, and a series sweep. The Ducks stayed strong offensively, and continued their errorless defense.
The Oregon Ducks stomped the California Golden Bears 15-3 in the second game of the three-game series, scoring an unheard of 15 runs in one inning. The players wore pink uniforms for the “Strike Out Cancer” breast cancer awareness game.
The No. 1 ranked Oregon Ducks stomped past the Oregon State Beavers, winning 10-2 in game two of the three-game Civil War series. The game ended in six innings due to the eight-run rule. The Ducks also won the first game of the series, 10-5 on Saturday.
UC Riverside Highlanders 4, #25 Oregon Ducks 7
#1 Oregon Ducks 10, Oregon State Beavers 5
The No. 1 Oregon Ducks started off the Civil War series against the Oregon State Beavers with a bang. The Ducks proved their holding of the number one spot by defeating the Oregon State Beavers 10-5 in the first game of the three-game series.
The University of Oregon Ducks fell short of a three-game sweep against the number one ranked UCLA Bruins. The Ducks lost the third game of the series 6-1 on Sunday.
After defeating the #1 ranked UCLA Bruins 9-7 Friday at Howe Field, the University of Oregon Ducks thumped them today, 12-4 in the second game of the three-game series on Saturday, April 5, 2014. The game only lasted five innings due to the eight-run rule.
Oregon Ducks made a statement against the number one ranked UCLA in the first game of the three game series today at Howe Field. The Ducks defeated the Bruins 9-7 with two homeruns in the fifth inning. “We’re very happy to take a win off the number one team in the country,” said Head Coach Mike White.
The University of Oregon Ducks hosted the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos, and defeated them in both games, 2-1 in the first and 10-4 in the second, making their season win-loss at 32-4.