Oregon’s bats went quiet for the second day in a row Saturday night, and thus ended the Ducks’ stay in the Women’s College World Series a game short of the semifinal round. After opening the series by pounding out 11 runs in a win over Arizona State, the Pac-12 champion Ducks (53-10) managed just three in the pair of losses that eliminated them from the double-elimination portion of the tournament. That included a 4-1 loss Saturday to Florida State, denying the Ducks a chance to extend their season into the semifinals for the second year in a row. “I mentioned to the team, we were hoping that the Pac-12 wins this week,” UO coach Mike White said. “And if it happens, I think being the Pac-12 champs and having beaten those teams over the course of the season shows how really good we can be when we play Oregon softball. But unfortunately this week, we weren’t at our best.