Beavs sweep Cal, Fry deals one-hitter

JACE FRY HAD a no-hitter earlier this season. He now has a one-hitter to go along with it. Fry was dominating Sunday, holding California to a single hit in a complete-game shutout of the Golden Bears in the Beavers' 5-0 win at Evans Diamond. The win gave No. 2 Oregon State a sweep of California, the team's fourth in Pac-12 Conference play this season.

Fry's lone hit allowed came in the third when Vince Bruno opened the third with a single. He was, however, quickly erased as Fry forced the next batter, Robbie Tenerowicz, into a double play.

The outing marked Fry's third complete-game shutout of the season and second in Pac-12 play. He earlier three-hit Utah this season.

Fry has allowed just two hits in his last 17 innings of work after holding Oregon to one hit in eight innings last week. Fry had 11 strikeouts in the win over the Ducks while against Cal, he finished with six.

The lefty improved to 9-1 this season with the win, taking six of those victories against conference foes.

Michael Conforto led Oregon State's offensive charge with a 3-for-3 effort, driving in a team-high three runs. Jeff Hendrix also tallied two hits for the Beavers, who finished with seven hits overall. OSU improved to 27-0 this season when recording more hits than its opponent.

Dylan Davis added to the Beavers' (34-8 overall, 17-4 Pac-12 Conference) lead in the third. Conforto doubled home a run, then scored himself as Davis poked a single to center to drive in two and push the Beavers' advantage to 5-0.

California's (19-24, 7-14) Mason was saddled with his first loss of the season after going eight innings in his sixth start. The righty allowed seven hits and five runs while striking out one. He's now 4-1 on the year.

The sweep gave the Beavers their 10th straight win over the Golden Bears. It's OSU's longest over a conference foe since winning 10 consecutive over Washington from 1967-71.

Oregon State visits Oregon Tuesday night for a non-conference game at PK Park in Eugene that begins at 6:05 p.m. PT. The game can be seen live on the Pac-12 Networks.

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