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First Place Wildcats Host Second Place Beavers with Conference Title on the Line

First Place Wildcats Host Second Place Beavers with Conference Title on the Line


TUCSON, Ariz. — Hi Corbett Field plays host to the series that will decide the Pac-12 regular season championship this week, a three-game set between the No. 14 Arizona Wildcats (32-18, 19-8) and the No. 6 Oregon State Beavers (39-12, 17-9).

Arizona’s magic number clinch the conference title is one; a single victory by the Wildcats would secure their sixth and final Pac-12 crown. Tickets for all three games are available for purchase and can be secured here.

Fans can also pick up one of two ticket specials for the series: Two tickets for any of this week’s three games can be secured for just $12, or a full-series three-game pack can be purchased for just $24 per person. Both deals are available here.

Gates will open 90 minutes prior to first pitch each day and fans are encouraged to show up early to secure parking spots and support the Wildcats.

All three games this week will also be televised on the Pac-12 Networks and broadcast list on Wildcats Radio 1290 AM.

Saturday’s series finale will also serve as the program’s annual Senior Night celebration. Arrive early and be in your seats to honor our decidated group of senior student-athletes.

For more, a complete series preview is below.

 







Date Opponent Time (MST) Arizona Pitcher Opponent Pitcher
Thursday, May 16 #6 Oregon State 6:00 PM LHP Jackson Kent (3-2, 3.12) RHP Aiden May (5-0, 2.77)
Friday, May 17 #6 Oregon State 6:00 PM RHP Clark Candiotti (6-2, 3.01) RHP Jacob Kmatz (5-2, 3.65)
Saturday, May 18 #6 Oregon State 6:00 PM RHP Cam Walty (8-1, 2.83) RHP Eric Segura (6-1, 4.84)

Leading Off…

  • The No. 14 Arizona Wildcats and No. 6 Oregon State Beavers square off in a ranked matchup to decide the Pac-12 regular season championship this week at Hi Corbett Field.
  • The entire series will be televised by the Pac-12 Networks with Daron Sutton (PxP) and Wes Clements (Analyst) on the call as well as broadcast on Wildcats Radio 1290 with play-by-play from Brian Jeffries.
  • Arizona and Oregon State have squared off 87 times previously, with games dating back to 1963 and the Beavers holding a narrow 44-43 edge in the all-time series.
  • The Wildcats won the most recent matchup, 13-12, in pool play at the 2023 Pac-12 Baseball Tournament in Scottsdale. The Beavers swept the…

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