OSU Takes Two Saturday Extending Winning Streak
RIVERSIDE, Calif. – No. 25 Oregon State (16-3) took home a pair of games on the second day of the Amy S. Harrison Classic on Saturday. The Beavers shut out both opponents, topping CSUN 5-0 before taking a 7-0 decision against co-host California Baptist.
The Beavers have not allowed a run in six of their last seven games en route to a 13-game winning streak after Saturday.
Freshman Eliana Gottlieb continued her blazing weekend in game one versus CSUN, blasting her second home run of the weekend and scoring two runs in four at-bats. Gottlieb finished with two RBIs while Charity Sevaaetasi added a pair off her second shot of the weekend.
Senior Mariah Mazon and freshman Kiki Escobar each added two hits while Lici Campbell delivered an RBI double in the first.
In the circle, freshman Sarah Haendiges collected her fourth win as a Beaver, striking out six in her complete-game performance while allowing just one hit and two walks.
The offense came out swinging in the second game of the day, putting at least two runs in the first, fifth and seventh frames. In the first, Campbell smashed her second double of the day but this time it was a two-run hit.
Sevaaetasi crushed her second shot of the day and third of the weekend in the fifth, adding two more Beaver runs while Grace Messmer sent a three-run shot in the final frame against CBU.
Mazon (7-3) sealed the win in the circle, throwing the complete-game shutout allowing just four hits and striking out nine against 28 batters.
On the season, OSU is outscoring opponents 130-24 and have hit 25 home runs on the year.
Oregon State concludes the Amy S. Harrison Classic on Sunday to face North Dakota State at 10 a.m. before beginning its home season hosting Robert Morris on Monday, March 7 for a doubleheader beginning at 2 p.m. PT.