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CSUB player Sara Little, left, and teammate Hazel Perrens work well together against Oregon during their sand volleyball debut in Bakersfield.

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CSUB player Sara Little dives after the ball while playing against Oregon in the first home sand volleyball match for CSUB.

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CSUB player Danika Youngblood and Oregon's Marteen Bettendorf go head to head at the net in this file photo.

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Oregon's Marteene Bettendorf returns the ball while CSUB player Danika Youngblood goes up for the block Wednesday at Cal State.

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A cloudy afternoon and a little rain didn't stop the CSUB vs. Oregon sand volleyball games from taking place Wednesday in Bakersfield.

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CSUB player Danika Youngblod tips one over the net while Oregon's Marteene Bettendorf goes up for the block, Wednesday, at Cal State during the first ever home sand volleyball match for CSUB.

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CSUB volleyball player Sydney Haynes sets the ball for teammate Danika Youngblood (not pictured) during sand volleyball action against Oregon.

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CSUB volleyball player Eryn Riley sets the ball for teammate during an exhibition match against other CSUB players during sand volleyball action.

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Volleyball spectators were prepared for the Wednesday afternoon matchup with CSUB playing against Oregon in their first ever home sand volleyball match. The umbrellas were used for a little rain and some sunshine overhead.

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CSUB volleyball player Sydney Haynes from Vancouver, Wash., right, spikes the ball against Oregon's Marteene Bettendorf during the sand volleyball match at Cal State Bakersfield.

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CSUB volleyball player Sara Little of Bakersfield sets the ball for her teammate while playing against Oregon Wednesday in this home sand volleyball match.

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Spectators brought their lawn chairs and umbrellas out Wednesday afternoon to the first ever home sand volleyball match at CSUB vs. Oregon.

Molly O'Hagan and Debora Araujo won a 3-game thriller to lift the Cal State Bakersfield sand volleyball team to a 3-2 victory over Oregon in the 'Runners' first match on their new home sand courts.

"This was a great win over a great Oregon team," said CSUB coach Olivia Simko in a news release. "I am so proud of our team. They have set up the facility, they have worked hard at practice. I have challenged them at practice and we were able to overcome the adversity to pick up the victory."

With the match tied 2-2, O'Hagan and Araujo took the first game 21-11, before Oregon's Liz Brenner and Tatum Norton evened things with a 21-19 win. O'Hagan and Araujo won the fnale 15-12.

The Roadrunners' Hazel Perrins and Sara Little opened with a sweep of Serena Warner and Naya Crittenden.

Mariah Alvidrez and Shayna Guitare allowed just 10 points as the No. 2 Bakersfield pair won in straight sets against Canace Finly and Natalie Gonzalez to give CSUB a 2-1 lead.

The Ducks tied the match when Shellsy Ashen and Kacey Nady defeated Julia Bowen and Lisa Bartsch, 21-15, 21-11 at No. 3.

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BOISE, Idaho -- Ike Diogu had 17 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Bakersfield Jam to its seventh straight victory, 96-85 over the Idaho Stampede at CenturyLink Arena.

The Jam (21-24) opened up a 54-41 halftime lead, and built a 17-point advantage in the second half.

Jeremy Wise had 14 points, five rebounds and a team-high five assists off the bench, Derrick Byars had 12 points and five rebounds, and Dennis Horner had eight points and 12 rebounds for Bakersfield.

Kevin Murphy led Idaho with a game-high 20 points and Vander Blue added 17.