It was quality over quantity for Oregon track and field as a group of seven Ducks ran to six personal-best times.
Oregon slugged five home runs and the No. 2 Ducks defeated No. 18 California, 9-0, on Saturday in front of a sellout crowd at Howe Field.
David Peterson delivered a quality start and catcher Tim Susnara contributed a two-RBI double.
Bralon Addison returned to action for Saturday's Spring Game, and showed off his skills both as a receiver and a passer.
Cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu was selected in the final round of the NFL draft Saturday, giving the Ducks five players selected this year.
Oregon provided an entertaining conclusion to spring drills and also honored U.S. service personnel during Saturday's Spring Game.
Junior quarterback Jeff Lockie went 9-of-9 for 223 yards and three touchdowns in Saturday's Spring Game, capping a strong month of practice.
Sophomore Charles Nelson moved from receiver to cornerback this offseason, but in Saturday's Spring Game he was up to old tricks.
Cole Irvin allowed three runs over seven and Mitchell Tolman drove in three in the first two innings as Oregon won a crucial series opener.
Ryan Hunter-Simms had a big day with a pair of personal bests and an event win.
Two Oregon offensive linemen were picked Friday, giving the Ducks a school-record four players in the first three rounds of the NFL draft.
Behind a season-high 14 strikeouts from Cheridan Hawkins, No. 2 Oregon defeated No. 18 Cal, 5-2, in the series opener.