SEATTLE — Lanesha Reagan tallied her team-leading 10th double-double of the season but the Oregon State volleyball team was unable to overcome eighth-ranked Washington in four sets Sunday.
Set scores were 25-20, 20-25, 25-19, 25-19.
Reagan recorded 12 kills and a team-leading 16 digs for the double-double, which is her sixth in Pac-12 Conference play. The junior is inching closer to 300 kills on the season — she’s at 297 with six regular-season matches remaining.
Mary-Kate Marshall continued her climb up the ladder in the Oregon State (10-15, 3-11) record books. The junior finished with a team-best 13 kills and has 1,304 for her career. That surpasses Heather Lowe, who had 1,298 from 1995-97, for sixth at Oregon State.
Next up for Marshall is No. 5 Gina Schmidt, who finished her career with 1,366.
Lila Toner also had 10 kills for the Beavers, who finished with 49 to Washington’s (20-4, 10-4) 56. Kory Cheshire had seven to go along with three blocks, which tied Serena Bruin for the team’s lead.
The Huskies held a slight advantage at the net, recording seven blocks to the Beavers’ six. UW also led in digs (65-55) and service aces (7-2).
Reagan’s 16 digs paced the Beavers, with Kayla Ellis right behind at 15. Marshall narrowly missed out on a double-double, tallying nine digs. Toner also had seven.
Oregon State returns home for a pair of matches at Gill Coliseum this week — Thursday versus Utah and Saturday against Colorado. Start time for both matches is 7 p.m.