LOS ANGELES - UCLA capped a dominant weekend against Oregon with a 10-2 win Sunday afternoon at Jackie Robinson Stadium.

The Bruins (35-17, 18-9) scored six runs in the second inning and added one more in the fourth against Oregon starter Kolby Somers, who allowed five hits and five earned runs in 3 2/3 innings.

UCLA outscored the Ducks 37-7 in a three-game sweep.

Somers walked Michael Toglia to open the second before Daniel Amaral reached on an error by third baseman Spencer Steer. Garrett Mitchell brought in the first run with a bases-loaded single before Ryan Kreidler hit a sacrifice fly.

Jeremy Ydens hit a three-run triple before Kevin Kendall hit a sacrifice fly. Mitchell tripled to start the fourth inning and scored on a sacrifice fly.

Oregon got a run in the sixth when Spencer Steer walked and went to second on a wild pitch before Jonny DeLuca singled him home.

The Bruins followed with two runs in the bottom of the sixth off reliever Cullen Kafka.

Oregon scored in the seventh after Taylor Travess walked and went to third on a single by Daniel Patzlaff. Jakob Goldfarb singled Travess home to cut the lead to 9-2 before UCLA scored in the bottom of the seventh.

Steer had two of the six hits for Oregon (25-27, 11-16), which returns home to finish up the season with a three-game series against Arizona beginning Thursday.