Gabbie Plain threw a complete-game shutout, allowing only three hits as No. 11 Washington wrapped up a softball sweep of No. 19 Oregon in Eugene, winning the finale Sunday 5-0.
Plain (14-4) walked one and struck out eight, becoming the second UW pitcher with 1,000 career strike outs.
Jadelyn Allchin led the Huskies (28-11, 9-6 Pac-12) at the plate, going 2 for 3 with a homer and three RBI.
Reign miss out on hosting semis
The OL Reign announced Sunday night on their website that despite earning the top seed after pool play in the NWSL Challenger Cup, they will play on the road May 4 in the semifinals.
Lumen Field is unavailable because of a previously scheduled Sounders game and the team said they were unable to find an alternate venue. If the Reign win, they will host the title game on May 7 (and reschedule May 8’s regular-season game against Louisville).
• Washington State big man Mouhamed Gueye announced via Twitter he will declare for the NBA draft. The 6-foot-11 forward was named to the Pac-12 all-freshman team after averaging 7.4 points and 5.2 rebounds. Gueye said he will maintain his college eligibility.
• Kodie Kolden drew a bases-loaded walk in the 10th inning as Washington State (16-22, 7-14 Pac-12) won the rubber match 8-7 of its series with No. 10 Oregon (26-13, 11-7 Pac-12).
• Washington (16-21, 6-15) was held to just two singles in a 7-1 loss to No. 2 Oregon State (32-8, 14-5), which completed a three-game sweep.
• Franklin Barreto’s RBI single in the 10th inning gave the Sugar Land Space Cowboys a 3-2 win at Tacoma. The Rainiers lost five of the six games in the series. Sam Haggerty was 3 for 5 with a homer and two RBI for the Rainiers.
• Cole Barr was 2 for 3 with a solo homer, but the Everett AquaSox were throttled by visiting Tri-City Dust Devils 18-2, denying the Sox a chance to split the six-game series.
• Riekert Hattingh shook off an early yellow card to score two tries as the Seattle Seawolves scored a road win Saturday at Utah, 20-14.
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