BERKELEY, Calif. - Grant Holman went 3-for-4 with two runs and two RBIs to lead California to a 10-5 win over Oregon Saturday evening in Pac-12 baseball.
The Bears (23-14, 10-7) got two runs in the second inning when UO starter Kolby Somers walked three straight batters before Holman hit a two-run single.
Cal added six runs in the third inning when Somers walked Cameron Eden and Quentin Selma followed with a single. Christian Ciuffetelli came out of the bullpen to give up a double to Andrew Vaughn before Korey Lee singled.
Darren Baker drove in a run with a single before Garret Nielsen hit a two-run single to put the Bears ahead 8-0.
Oregon (22-18, 7-10) answered with three runs in the fourth when Gabe Mathews reached on an error and Jonny DeLuca followed with a two-run homer. Aaron Zavala doubled and scored when Jakob Goldfarb reached on an error.
Tanner Smith doubled in the fifth and scored on a single by Spencer Steer to get Oregon within 8-4.
California added runs in the fifth and seventh innings.
Evan Williams reached on an error in the ninth inning before Vinny Tosti, Kyle Froemke, and Steer all walked to bring in a run.