Oregon State rolled through UW twice on Saturday after Friday night’s game was rescheduled to be part of a doubleheader.
The win in game two brought OSU to 20-1 on the season with a 5-0 conference record.
In game one, Oregon State recorded their highest hit total of the season (21) on the way to a 16-1 win. Luke Heimlich struck out 13 in 7.1 innings of work.
Adley Rutschman had two hits in each game, which helped the Beaver offense along nicely. Brandon Eisert earned the win in game two with 2.3 innings of relief following Bryce Fehmel. Dylan Pearce also earned his second save of the year.
The Beavs go for the sweep on Sunday at 3:05 PM. It would be the first time that Oregon State would be able to sweep Washington since 1995.