BERKELEY, Calif. — Mike White was ready to put the pedal to the metal before Tuesday’s practice at Jane Sanders Stadium.

“To me, it’s full throttle,” Oregon’s softball coach said of the team’s approach to the final series of the regular season. “I’ve got to go full throttle, I don’t want to leave anything in the bag. If we lose the championship, then UCLA deserves it, they beat us and good luck to them, we’ll go onto the next step.”

The second-ranked Ducks, who will clinch at least a share of the Pac-12 championship with a sweep, ran over No. 24 California 13-0 in a run-rule game Thursday at Levine-Fricke Field.

DJ Sanders, April Utecht and Lauren Lindvall belted home runs during Oregon’s seven-run, eight-hit sixth inning.

The Ducks (45-7, 19-3) have won 11 consecutive games and are alone atop the Pac-12 standings after No. 1 UCLA (48-4, 18-4) lost 3-0 to No. 6 Arizona State.

In the bottom of the fourth, the Bears’ Lindsay Rood, who was 30-for-30 on stolen base attempts entering the game, was thrown out by by catcher Gwen Svekis trying to steal third base.

Shannon Rhodes helped stake the visitors to an early lead after driving in three runs with a sacrifice fly in the first and a double to right field in the fifth.

Mary Iakopo had an RBI double, Jenna Lilley hit a sacrifice fly and Mia Camuso added a bloop RBI single as the Ducks built a 6-0 lead.

Oregon starter Miranda Elish (19-1) threw a two-hit shutout with three strikeouts and no walks.

During the sixth-inning explosion, Sanders and Utecht hit three-run homers, with Lindvall tacking on a solo shot.

Oregon, which outscored Utah 21-3 during last weekend’s sweep and is now 16-6 against ranked opponents, held the No. 1 RPI ranking entering the Cal series.