One thing the Oregon volleyball team can count on is a win over Washington State.
The No. 15 Ducks (11-5, 4-4) extended their winning streak over the Cougars to 22 straight matches with a 22-25, 25-23, 25-16, 17-25, 15-13 win Friday night.
Taylor Agost had a career-high 24 kills as Oregon bounced back from Wednesday’s five-set loss at No. 14 Washington.
Willow Johnson and Ronika Stone added 10 kills apiece for the Ducks, who took control of the final set with a 5-0 run for an 8-7 lead they wouldn’t relinquish.
Washington State (13-6, 2-5) tied the final set at 12 and 13, but Oregon got a block and kill from Johnson to escape with the win.
Sumeet Gill had eight kills for the Ducks, Lindsey Vander Weide had six kills and 21 digs, Maggie Scott handed out 26 assists and had 13 digs and August Raskie added 21 assists.
Casey Schonelien had 17 kills for the Cougars, and Taylor Mims had 16 kills but only a .031 hitting percentage.
Beavers stun Huskies for volleyball victory
SEATTLE — Mary-Kate Marshall had 25 kills, including the final one of the match, as the Oregon State volleyball team stunned No. 14 Washington on the road Friday.
Trailing two sets to one, the Beavers roared back fro a 19-25, 25-21, 15-25, 25-14, 15-13 win for easily their biggest victory of the season.
Marshall also had 10 digs, and Maddie Goings also had a double-double with 19 kills and 21 digs.
Kylee McLaughlin handed out 57 assists for Oregon State (12-7, 2-5) and had 19 digs. Grace Massey tied Goings for the team lead with 21 digs, and Maddy Gravley had eight kills and eight blocks for the Beavers.
Tia Scambray and Carly Dehoog each had 13 kills for the Huskies (15-4, 5-3), but were held to hitting percentages of .133 and .132, respectively. No other Huskies had double figures in kills.
Shayne McPherson had 25 digs for the Huskies, whose only previous home losses this season came against Creighton and Utah.
Ducks get first Pac-12 soccer win
Marissa Everett scored two first-half goals Friday in leading the Oregon women’s soccer team to a 3-0 home victory over Arizona State.
Miranda Schultz scored the final goal for the Ducks (7-7, 1-5). Bayley Bruner had two assists and three shots.
Oregon goalkeeper Halla Hinriksdottir recorded the shutout with five saves.
Oregon outshot the Sun Devils, 23-10, including 12-5 edge in shots on goal.
Ducks start strong in tennis tourney
SEATTLE — The Oregon women’s tennis team won four of its six singles matches against Arkansas on Friday as the Washington Husky Invitational got underway.
The Ducks also won five of their six doubles matches against Portland and Washington.
Nia Rose and Julia Eshet won their two doubles matches on the day and each took their singles match against the Razorbacks.
Alyssa Tobita also won her singles match and teamed with Shweta Sangwan for two doubles wins. Rifanty Kahfiani also had a singles win for the Ducks and teamed with Daniela Nasser for a doubles victory.
OSU women knocked off by Wildcats, 2-0
CORVALLIS — Oregon State’s women’s soccer team was held to two shots on goal and couldn’t overcome too first-half goals from Arizona in a 2-0 Pac-12 Conference loss Friday at Lorenz Field.
The Beavers (4-7-3, 1-4-1) were outshot 22-12, including an 11-2 margin on shots on goal, for the game.
The Wildcats took advantage of two early opportunities as Gabi Stoian and Kennedy Kieneker scored in the first 19:50 to put Arizona (6-4-3, 3-2-1) in control.
Despite the loss, the Beavers had a strong game from goalie Bella Geist, who had nine saves.
Beacons rally for volleyball victory
KIRKLAND, Wash. — Northwest Christian’s volleyball team dropped two of the first three sets Friday but rallied for a 21-25, 25-22, 25-27, 25-21, 15-12 Cascade Collegiate Conference victory over Northwest University.
Claire Salness had 17 kills to lead a balanced Beacons (15-4, 10-4 CCC) offensive attack. Kasey Campbell had 15 kills, Keri Schwarz tallied 11 kills and Natalie Downes added 10 kills. Maci Beierle handed out 55 assists.
NCU shuts out Coyotes at home
SPRINGFIELD — Northwest Christian got a goal in each half Friday in a 2-0 Cascade Collegiate Conference men’s soccer win over College of Idaho.
Tito Gomez scored unassisted in the first half for the Beacons (4-5-2, 4-2-2 CCC) and Olisa Obianozie scored on a penalty kick in the second half.
Yayo Olvera had the shutout in the goal and didn’t face a shot on goal from the Coyotes (7-5, 4-4).
Beacons are kept off the scoreboard
SPRINGFIELD — College of Idaho’s Hailey Woods scored the game’s only goal on a corner kick at the 59:53 mark Friday to give the Coyotes a 1-0 Cascade Colleigate Conference women’s soccer win over Northwest Christian.
Goalkeeper Makenna Hadaller had four saves for the Beacons (1-9, 1-7 CCC).
Lane volleyball falls to Clackamas
Hanna Yamashita had 20 kills and 15 digs Friday in leading Clackamas to a 22-25, 25-22, 25-17, 25-23 NWAC South Region volleyball win at Lane.
Baylee Kuschel had eight kills for the Titans (15-11, 3-6), who also got seven kills apiece from Avery Brookshire and Stacia Panther. Alli Fuller handed out 19 assists, and Kayla Akiona had 16 digs.
Generals split games in Illinois
WEST DUNDEE, Ill. — The Eugene Generals picked up their first win of the Chicago Showcase with a 4-3 win over the Richmond Generals on Friday at Leafs Ice Center.
The Showcase geatures two 25-minute periods for each game instead of the traditional three 20-minute periods.
Frazier Mohler had two goals for the Generalds (5-3), who also got goals from Alex Clark and William Wallace.
The Generals opened the Showcase on Thursday with a 2-1 loss to the Potomac Patriots. Dakota Henn had the only goal for the Generals.