TEMPE, Ariz. — Oregon State extended its win streak to three matches with a come-from-behind five-set Pac-12 victory at Arizona State on Saturday night.
Set scores were 19-25, 25-17, 24-26, 25-19, 15-11.
Mary-Kate Marshall had 21 kills and Maddie Goings added 17 for the Beavers.
Kylee McLaughlin had 47 assists while four players had double-figure digs, led by 18 from Grace Massey.
The Beavers (19-9, 9-7) return home to take on the Washington schools next weekend, beginning with Washington on Friday. The Beavers swept the Huskies and Cougars on the road earlier this season.
OSU wraps up the regular season teh following week at home against UCLA and Oregon.
SEATTLE — The swim team had several strong performances from a trio of Beavers inSaturday's dual meet against Seattle University at the Connolly Complex.
OSU dropped a 143-116 decision to the Redhawks at the event.
Junior Arianna Letrari, sophomore Felicia Anderson and freshman Fernanda Rodriguez paced the Beavers at the dual as the trio combined for seven individual wins and teamed up with senior captain Noemie Midrez for the top spot in the 400 medley relay.
OSU posted a time of 3:57.32 in the opening medley relay to set the tone for the remainder of the meet.
Letrari took home the top spot on the podium in all three of her individual events on the afternoon. She touched the wall with a time of 57.02 in the 100 fly, besting the next fastest swimmer by less than a quarter-second.
Letrari added a time of 2:04.86 in the 200 fly, nearly five seconds faster than the competition, and posted a time of 2:09.85 in the 200 IM for her final first-place finish. The 200 IM time came as a season-best for Letrari as she was almost three seconds faster than the rest.
Anderson took home first-place finishes in both the 100 and 200 back to help lead the Beavers. Her time of 56.75 in the 100 was nearly five seconds faster than the second-place finisher, while her 2:04.50 in the 200 bested the rest of the competition by almost nine seconds.
Rodriguez initially stepped up in the 400 medley relay to help Oregon State, but shined as the lone Beaver competing in both breaststroke events.
She touched the wall in the 100 breast with a time of 1:08.29, edging the second-place finisher from the Redhawks by less than a half-second for the top spot.
Rodriguez added a time of 2:26.49 in the 200 breast to finish in first by just over a second faster than the next swimmer.
Two season-bests were set in the 500 free for OSU. Sophomore Merritt Allen finished second with a time of 5:18.18 for a new fast time in 2017-18 while missing out on the leader by less than two seconds.
Junior Megan Lam also touched the wall in the 500 free for a season-best time of 5:23.49 to finish third.
The Beavers return to the pool on Dec. 1 for the first day of the 2017 Husky Invite.