No. 5 Oregon State Seeks Redemption Against Gonzaga at Goss Stadium

No. 5 Oregon State Seeks Redemption Against Gonzaga at Goss Stadium

On Monday night at Goss Stadium in Corvallis, the No. 5 Oregon State Beavers play host to the Gonzaga Bulldogs in an attempt to shake off in-state losses.

The Beavers begin a span of nine consecutive home games with the opening game of a two-game series. Oregon State has just returned from two difficult contests against USC, suffering a 2-1 loss on Thursday and a 17-4 drubbing on Friday. Saturday night’s series finale was marred by precipitation.

As a result of their three-place decline to No. 5 in this week’s rankings, the Beavers fell to the Trojans.

To reverse the tide of defeat, the Beavers will face Gonzaga, which has suffered consecutive losses to Saint Mary’s. The Zags were blanked 14-0 by the Gaels in the series finale on Saturday.

Listed below are specifics regarding Monday night’s game:

The No. 5 Oregon State Beavers are at Gonzaga, and they are 21-4.

When: Friday, June 6, 2018 April 1, Monday

Location: Goss Stadium, Corvallis

TV station: Pac-12 Networks

How to watch live stream online: Oregon State will stream the game live. The baseball schedule can be found at Click on it to go straight to the game. People who pay for the Pac-12 Network can also watch on the Pac-12 Now app.

On the radio, the Beaver Sports Network shows all of the games. Half an hour before the game starts, there is pregame. KCFM 104.1-FM and 1250-AM (Florence), KLAD 104.3-FM and 960-AM (Klamath Falls), KCFM 103.1-FM (Mapleton), KTMT 96.1-FM and 580-AM (Medford), KCMX 880-AM (Medford), KCMX 99.5-FM (Phoenix), KEX 1190-AM (Portland), KSKR 1490-AM (Roseburg), and KBZY 1490-AM (Salem) are satellite stations. You can use the Varsity Network app to listen live as well.

Probable starters: Oregon State RHP Eric Segura (4-0, 4.06) against. Gonzaga LHP Miles Gosztola (0-1, 4.73).

This and That: Oregon State has an 11-0 record at Goss Stadium this season. The Beavers will face Gonzaga for the eighth consecutive season. OSU leads 73-37 all-time, including a 29-14 advantage at Corvallis. Last season, the Beavers won 15-1 at Goss. The Beavers and Bulldogs will play Monday and Tuesday in Corvallis, with a third match slated for May 6 in Spokane.

OSU’s Starting Lineup

1. Travis Bazzana (2B)

2. Gavin Turley, LF.

3. Mason Guerra (3B)

4. Jacob Krieg (1B)

5. Dallas Macias, LF.

6. Elijah Hainline (SS)

7. Tyce Peterson (DH)

8. Wilson Weber, C.

9. Canon Reeder (CF)

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