In a win-or-go-home setting, Arizona State rose up to down the fourth-seeded Oregon Ducks during Thursday morning’s elimination game at the Pac-12 Baseball Tournament.

Kai Murphy launched the go-ahead two-run blast in the bottom of the sixth to help give ASU a 4-2 win over the Ducks. The Sun Devils were trailing 2-1 at that point, and ASU’s pitching staff did well to not let up.

Tyler Meyer earned the start for ASU and pitched four and two-thirds innings while allowing just two earned on four hits. He also struck out four Oregon batters. The bullpen took over from there, with Christian Bodlovich, Graham Osman, Blake Pivaroff, and Brock Peery combining to toss four and a third innings of scoreless ball. Oscan (3-1) earned the win and Peery earned the save, his 10th of the season.

Oregon’s Isaac Ayton (4-4) was saddled with the loss after allowing 10 hits in five and a third innings of work.

Murphy paced the Sun Devil offense with a 3-for-4 showing and the all-important shot in the sixth. Will Rogers added two hits and two runs, while Sean McLain added two hits in his three plate appearances.

Oregon went 1-for-13 with runners in scoring position. Oregon’s Anthony Hall was struck out looking to end the top of the sixth with a man on third base. The Ducks went down looking again in the top of the seventh after ASU turned a double-play.

In the eighth, with a man on second, Oregon struck out and grounded out to end the inning. It went down in order to end the game, with Peery delivering a strikeout for the final out.

With the win, ASU will face the loser of Thursday Stanford-Arizona game Friday in another elimination game. Oregon has been eliminated.