Courtesy: OSU Athletics CORVALLIS – The No. 7 Oregon State women’s basketball team locked down the Pac-12 title outright Saturday afternoon, as the Beavers defeated No. 24 California 73-55 in front of 6,238 at Gill Coliseum. The championship is the Beavers’ first Pac-12 title and second overall conference title, joining the 1982-83 NorPac Championship squad. … Continue reading »
CORVALLIS, Ore.–Oregon State Women’s Basketball couldn’t pull it out against the No. 19 Cardinal as OSU fell 69-58. A win would have given the Beavers their first ever outright Pac-12 title in school history. If they can beat No. 24 Cal on Saturday then they will take home the title.
CORVALLIS, Ore.–“They’re fun. Just fun.” The 2014-2015 season truly has been historic for Oregon State Women’s Basketball. They’re No. 7 in the country, No. 1 in the Pac-12, undefeated at home and they are only halfway through the season. KEZI 9 Sports Reporter Kristen Rodgers sat down with head coach Scott Rueck to discuss the Beavers’ … Continue reading »
CORVALLIS, Ore.–No. 9 Oregon State Women’s Basketball continued their win streak both at home in Gill Coliseum and in Pac-12 play with a narrow win over Washington. The Beavers lead by just four at the half, and were finally able to pull out the 75-67 win. Oregon State Head Coach Scott Rueck:
Oregon State head coach Scott Rueck, center Ruth Hamblin, guard Sydney Wiese: Oregon head coach Kelly Graves, forward Jillian Alleyne: EUGENE, Ore. – The No. 11 Oregon State women’s basketball team completed a season sweep over Oregon and recorded its ninth-straight win over the Ducks with a 77-48 victory Sunday evening in Eugene.
CORVALLIS — Oregon State women’s basketball coach Scott Rueck discusses his expectations for his team in the 2014-15 season.
CORVALLIS, Ore.– After an historic season, Oregon State women’s basketball coach Scott Rueck sits down for a one-on-one conversation with our Stephen Nelson. Rueck discusses the team’s run to OSU’s first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1996, and also looks toward the future for the Beavers.
Courtesy: OSU Sports Information SEATTLE, Wash.– Jamie Weisner scored 21 points and Gabriella Hanson added 16 but it wasn’t enough as Oregon State’s spectacular season came to an end in the second round of the NCAA Tournament Tuesday 78-69 to the Stanford Regional top-seeded South Carolina Gamecocks at Alaska Airlines Arena. The Beavers couldn’t overcome … Continue reading »
Oregon State head coach Scott Rueck: Oregon State guard Sydney Wiese: Oregon State guard Alyssa Martin: Oregon State guard Ali Gibson:
Oregon State head coach Scott Rueck: Oregon State guards Sydney Wiese and Ali Gibson: