The Oregon State softball team took a big 4-2 win against Utah at the OSU Softball Complex on Saturday.

The win gave the Beavers a 2-1 series win against the Utes and could help OSU land a spot in the NCAA tournament.

The Beavers finished the regular season at 26-19 overall and 8-14 in the Pac-12.

Shelby Weeks went 3 for 3 while scoring two runs. Jessica Garcia followed that with two hits of her own, one run and one RBI. Frankie Hammoude tacked on three RBIs and one hit while Missy Nunes recorded one hit.

Utah took an early 2-0 lead before Oregon State tacked on a run in the fourth inning.

OSU began the comeback with a single from Weeks. She advanced to second on an error by Utah and Garcia hit a single through the gap in the middle to score Weeks.

The Beavers made the push to take the lead in the fifth inning when Hammoude came up big for with a base-clearing double.

It began when Weeks and Garcia hit back-to-back singles straight up the middle. Camryn Ybarra was walked and replaced with Karla Calderon as a pinch runner to load the bases for Hammoude, who hit the first pitch to the wall in right field.

Sophomore Mariah Mazon started for the Beavers and picked up her 17th win and 20th complete game on the season with seven strikeouts.

The Beavers will see if they get picked for the NCAA tournament on Sunday during the NCAA selection show.

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