The Beavers lose to Vanderbilt; Rematch scheduled for Monday

CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Oregon State baseball team lost an 8-1 decision to Vanderbilt on Sunday night at Goss Stadium in Coleman Field. The Beavers and Commodores will now play for a chance to qualify for an NCAA Super Regional on Monday afternoon at 1 p.m. PT.

The Beavers scored their only point in the seventh. Justin Boyd doubled and moved to third when Wade Meckler single. He went home on a throwing error when Meckler stole second.

Meckler and Garret Forrester each had two hits for OSU (46-16 overall).

Vanderbilt (39-22) scored three runs in the second and one more in the third and fourth innings. The Commodores opened the game with a sixth inning three-run.

Devin Futrell started and picked up the win after limiting the Beavers to five hits in six scoreless innings. The Vanderbilt southpaw improved to 9-3 on the year.

Jacob Kmatz started for the Beavers and allowed six hits and five runs — four earned — in 3 1/3 innings. He took the loss, falling to 8-2 in 2022.

Oregon State Banknotes

– Oregon State will be the home team on Monday.
Wade Meckler picked up a pair of hits, giving him 90 on the year. That ties him with Nick Madrigal (2017) for fourth in a single season at Oregon State.
Garret Forrester also had two hits, giving him 74.
– Forrester walked one, giving him 58 in 2022. That’s 18 shy of Adley Rutschman’s school record 76 in 2019.
Justin Boyd also walked once, giving him 52 on the year. That’s slightly less than fourth, held by Adley Rutschman with 53 in 2018.
– Oregon State heads into Monday’s game 27-11 all-time in NCAA Super Regional-era playoff games. The Beavers are 3-1 under Mitch Canham.

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