Beavs fall to Nevada on 12th-inning error — A throwing error by Oregon State pitcher Dylan Pearce in the bottom of the 12th inning allowed the decisive run to score in Nevada’s 8-7 nonconference win over the Beavers in the opener of a two-game series Monday night at Peccole Park in Reno. Highlights for the Beavers (28-9-1) included a two-run homer by Joe Casey. Oregon State star Adley Rutschman was one of four Beavers to collect two or more hits, but he also accounted for four of the 20 strikeouts registered by five Nevada pitchers. Three OSU pitchers combined for 17 strikeouts, eight of those by Pearce.
Luke Walton accused of sexual assault — New Sacramento Kings coach Luke Walton has been accused of sexual assault in a lawsuit by a former sports reporter. Kelli Tennant filed the suit in Los Angeles County Superior Court on Monday alleging that Walton assaulted her in a hotel room in Santa Monica, California, during his time as an assistant coach for the Golden State Warriors. TMZ first reported the lawsuit. According to the suit, Tennant considered Walton to be a friend and mentor and was also friendly with his wife before the incident that occurred when she tried to deliver him a copy of her book that Walton wrote the forward for while he stayed at a hotel during a Warriors road trip to Los Angeles. Tennant said Walton met her in the lobby and invited her back to his room. After discussing the book, Tennant said Walton suddenly pinned her to the bed, and forcibly kissed her. Tennant said she confided with people at the time of the alleged attack but never filed charges. She said Walton continued to harass her after he became coach of the Lakers and she was working as a broadcaster in Los Angeles for Spectrum SportsNet and SportsNet LA. The Warriors and Lakers said they both first heard of the allegations after TMZ reported the lawsuit on Monday night and had no further comment.
— Bulletin staff and wire reports