Huskies outscored by 10 runs after the long delay in the sixth inning, and their first trip to the College World Series is over.
First it rained, and then it poured on the Washington baseball team.
Leading by a run before a weather delay of 4 hours and 31 minutes in the top of the sixth inning, the Huskies were outscored by 10 after play resumed, and lost 14-5 to Oregon State on Monday in an elimination game of the College World Series in Omaha, Neb.
The Huskies led 5-4 with two outs in the top of the sixth, but the Beavers had the bases loaded. It was a dramatic point in the game, but before Stevie Emanuels could pitch to Tyler Malone, the game was stopped because of a lightning threat. Then, after some very bad weather, the game finally resumed hours later.
Alex Hardy walked Malone, which tied the score, he then got the final out. That was just a temporary reprieve as Oregon State scored four more in the seventh with two outs, capped by a three-run homer by Kyle Nobach.
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Oregon State continued the onslaught with five runs in the eighth, then finally, UW’s first appearance in the College World Series had ended.
The Huskies (35-26) lost 1-0 to Mississippi State on Saturday, which put them in a loser-out game against Oregon State (50-11-1)
The Huskies led 3-0 after three innings, then after Oregon State rallied with four runs in the top of the fifth, UW bounced back with