Oregon and Washington softball eliminated from Women's College World Series in semifinals. 

A wrap up of Saturday's Pac-12 baseball action in the 2017 NCAA Tournament on Saturday, June 3.

Oregon and Washington advanced to the semifinals of the Women's College World Series Saturday in Oklahoma City.

WCWS Game 6: No. 10 seed Oklahoma 3, No. 6 seed Washington 1

Washington softball beat Oregon to advance to winner's bracket in Women's College World Series. 

UCLA, Oregon and Washington begin their quest for a national championship Thursday at the Women's College World Series in Oklahoma City. 


Oklahoma's Brad Dalke nailed a three-foot putt to clinch victory in his match over the Ducks' Sulman Raza, netting a title for the Sooners and denying Oregon's bid for a repeat. 


At this point, a test of Sulman Raza's blood might reveal ice.

So far in his college career, the Oregon senior has proven unbeatable in the biggest moments. Just a few hours after sinking the walk-off putt to vanquish Oklahoma State in the NCAA quarterfinal, Raza delivered the winning dagger against top-seeded Vanderbilt, beating Matthias Schwab in dramatic fashion on the 18th hole to send Oregon to the national championship.


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