Beavs lose finale to UCLA but look forward to National Seed!

 The Beavers lost to UCLA 4-1 to end the regular season with a tad of frustration but with a ton of expectations and hope about what is next! No they didn't win the Pac-12 title. That distinction goes to Stanford with a dramatic 6-5 win over Washington. However Oregon State's 44-10-1 record and the strong finish with series wins over UCLA....USC and Stanford have them primed to get one of eight national seeds tomorrow. Monday, the 64 team field for the NCAA Baseball Tournament will be revealed and the Beavers should be set to host the Regional and potentially the Super Regional. Here is today's game story thanks to Hank Hager the Sports Info Director at OSU

Michael Gretler and Cadyn Grenier each tallied two hits but Oregon State dropped a 4-1 decision to No. 18 UCLA Saturday afternoon at Goss Stadium at Coleman Field.


The Bruins jumped on the board with two in the first and one in the second, and the Beavers were unable tp overcome the deficit. Zak Taylor, who ended the day 1-for-4, scored the team’s lone run on a wild pitch in the fifth.


Ryan Garcia held the Beavers to seven hits and a run in 6 2/3 innings. He struck out four, walked one and improved to 7-1 on the year.


Nathan Burns started for the Beavers and gave up two hits and two runs in 2/3 of an inning. He dropped to 1-1 this season.


Oregon State finished the regular season with a 44-10-1 record and 20-9-1 record in Pac-12 Conference play. The Bruins finished at 36-19 and 19-11 in league action.


On MondayJoin the Oregon State baseball team the Toyota Club at Reser Stadium Monday to watch the 2018 NCAA selection show on ESPNU. The show starts at 9 a.m. PT – doors open at 8:30 a.m.



Oregon State saw 3,831 fans at Saturday’s game. The Beavers have now had 45 consecutive crowds of 3,000 or more and are averaging 3,523 per game in 2018.


One Million

Saturday’s crowd pushed Oregon State to more than one million fans through the gates at Goss Stadium since then-Coleman Field was renovated in 1999, becoming Goss Stadium at Coleman Field.


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