The Oregon baseball team scored all of its run in the final two innings Friday, capped by Kenyon Yovan's game-winning single in the bottom of the ninth inning, for a 3-2 nonconference win over Nevada at PK Park.
The game was the homer opener for the Ducks (1-4).
Oregon's rally in the ninth inning began when A.J. Miller struck out swinging with one out but reached first base on a wild pitch. Sam Novitske double down the left-field line to move Miller to third.
After Tanner Smith was walked intentionally, Yovan singled down the left-field line to win it.
Oregon's two runs in the eighth came on a two-run single by Aaron Zavala.
The two runs for the Wolf Pack came in the fourth inning on a single and a sacrifice fly.
Oregon outhit Nevada 8-5. Yovan was 3-for-4 and Josh Kasevich was 2-for-4. Smith was 1-for-2 with two walks.
Cullen Kakfa allowed three hits and two unearned runs in five innings before Andrew Mosiello pitched three scoreless inning and Kolby Somers threw a scoreless ninth to earn the win.