Washington State’s streak of series wins came to an end this weekend in Corvallis. The Cougars entered the weekend winners of four straight series, but running into the No. 1 team in the country proved to be too big of a challenge to keep that streak alive.
The Cougars lost the first two games of the series 4-3 and 5-0. Things unraveled a bit on Sunday. The Beavers scored two runs in the bottom of the first inning and just kept piling on, eventually completing the sweep with a 14-3 victory.
The Cougars wrap up their season this weekend at home. The Cougars will attempt to finish the year with a bang as they host No. 10 Stanford for the final three games of the year.
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Washington State dropped a 14-3 contest in the series-finale at No. 1 Oregon State Sunday afternoon. The Cougars saw their streak of four-straight Pac-12 series wins come to an end.
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Falk returns for his senior year with the Cougars armed with 10,888 career passing yards and 89 touchdown throws.
Washington State coach Mike Leach would like to see Falk just steadily improve.
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