Cal senior left-hander Kyle Porter allowed two hits over eight innings Friday in his final appearance for the Golden Bears, beating No. 16 Oregon 6-0 in Eugene.

Porter (6-5) did not give up a hit until the sixth inning. He struck out eight and walked two to outpitch Oregon's Jeff Gold, who entered the contest with a 10-1 record.

The Bears (25-27, 12-17 Pac-12) scored in the first on Brenden Farney's RBI double. Robbie Tenerowicz's sacrifice fly in the second made it 2-0, and Cal added three in the fourth, with Derek Campbell hitting an RBI double and Tenerowicz an RBI single.

The Bears close the regular season Saturday against the Ducks (42-17, 18-11).

  • Zach Hoffpauir went 5 for 5, and freshman Cal Quantrill struck out 10 for the second straight game as Stanford shut out host Utah 5-0 in a Pac-12 baseball game.

    The Cardinal (28-23, 14-14) has won 17 of its last 24 games to move back to .500 in conference play and strengthen its resume for an NCAA tournament bid. The teams play again Saturday and Sunday to close out the Pac-12 season.

    Quantrill (5-5) limited the Utes (16-34, 4-24) to four hits over eight innings.

  • Cal's Lynn Chi, ranked No. 24, defeated eighth-seeded and eighth-ranked Jennifer Brady of UCLA 6-3, 6-2 to advance to the quarterfinals of the NCAA women's tennis championships in Athens, Georgia. Chi, a sophomore, will play North Carolina's top-seeded and top-ranked Jamie Loeb on Saturday.


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    Saint Mary's Jenny Jullien saw her college career end with a 7-5, 6-2 loss to No. 5-ranked Hayler Carter of North Carolina.

  • Cal's Ben McLachlan and the doubles team of Gregory Bayane and Chase Melton all advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA men's tennis championships in Athens, Georgia. Bayane and Melton beat North Carolina State's Ian Dempster and Robbie Mudge 5-7, 6-2, 7-6 (5). McLachlan defeated Vanderbilt's Ryan Lipman 6-3, 6-4.

  • Stanford sophomore Lauren Kim closed with a 3-under-par 67, including a stretch of four straight birdies, to finish third at the NCAA women's golf championships at Tulsa (Oklahoma) Country Club.

    Kim, whose 277 total was three shots behind medalist Doris Chen of USC, is the first Stanford player to finish in the top 10 since Sally Watson tied for ninth in 2007.

    The Cardinal finished tied for 18th in the 24-team field. Cal was 22nd, led by Nicola Rossler (70-286, tied for 23rd). Duke won the team title by two shots over USC.

  • Cal and Stanford were among 15 teams whose rounds were rained out at Prairie Dunes Country Club on the first day of the NCAA men's golf championships in Hutchinson, Kansas. A total of eight hours and 10 minutes of delays were endured before play was finally suspended at 5:50 p.m. CT.

    All 15 teams in the morning group were able to get started, but none had their entire teams finish nine holes. Oregon is the early leader at 3-under par.

  • Stanford's Patrick Rodgers and Cameron Wilson are among five finalists for the Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year Award. the others are Georgia Tech's Ollie Schniederjans and Alabama's Robby Shelton and Bobby Wyatt.

  • Stanford freshman Schuyler Rimmer and Cal junior Roger Moute a Bidias will play on a 13-member team of Pac-12 basketball players that will compete on a four-game all-star tour of China this summer as part of the conference's Globalization Initiative.

  • Former Cal guard Ricky Kreklow will complete his career at Creighton. Kreklow, who announced last month he was transferring to a new school for his senior season, averaged 5.5 points for the Bears last season.

  • Cal State East Bay senior Lauren McGlory earned All-America honors in the triple jump by placing fourth at the NCAA Division II track and field championships in Allendale, Michigan. McGlory shattered her own school record with a leap of 42 feet, 51/4 inches.

    Golden Gate Fields

    Shared Belief, the champion 2-year-old of 2013, will make his 3-year-old debut Monday at Golden Gate Fields in a six-furlong allowance race.

    Shared Belief will run in the fourth race on a special Memorial Day program that features the Grade 3 $100,000 All American Stakes. Post time for the nine-race card is 12:45 p.m. The All American is the seventh race.