May 28, 2004
Casey Janssen held Oregon State (31-20, 10-12) to only three hits, but it would not be enough as the Bruins (31-27, 12-10) dropped a 3-2 contest to the Beavers on Friday night.
Janssen fell to 9-4 on the game, despite allowing only three Beaver hits and striking out five batters. Janssen ended the first four Beaver frames with a strikeout.
The first run of the day came in the bottom of the third inning when a two-error play put Chris Kunda on second base to lead off the inning. Another Bruin error on an attempted bunt gave the Beavers runner at the corners with no outs. Kunda when then score on a double play before Janssen struck out Jacoby Ellsbury to end the inning.
A two-out, two-run home run from Tony Calderon in the sixth frame gave Oregon State a 3-0 lead. He drove in Aaron Mathews who had singled earlier.
Beaver starter Jake Postlewait (11-3) threw a complete game, allowing only four Bruin hits while striking out four.
The Bruins and Beavers will face-off tomorrow in 1:00 p.m. contest. Right-hander David Johnson is scheduled to start for UCLA.