SEATTLE, Wash.–Oregon State Women’s Basketball finally got on the court on Friday and the No. 1 seed fell in an upset to No. 9 Colorado, 68-65. After the game, head coach Scott Rueck and Ruth Hamblin said that the Beavers just need to take this as a life lesson and move on to begin their prep … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore.–Oregon Women’s Basketball finally got their signature win with a 62-55 upset over No. 19 Stanford on senior night.
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 »
EUGENE, Ore.–Oregon Women’s Basketball snapped their losing skid and is now riding a two-game winning streak instead. Before sweeping the L.A. schools, Oregon lost six straight, including a close game at home to Washington State. The Ducks are hitting the road tomorrow to continue their momentum and get “revenge” against the Cougars. Oregon Head Coach … Continue reading »
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: Oregon State guard Sydney Wiese: Oregon State guard Ali Gibson:
Courtesy: Oregon Sports Information EUGENE, Ore. – After battling back from a double-digit deficit to tie the game up with 57 seconds remaining, the Oregon women’s basketball team couldn’t close it out and fell, 81-75, to Colorado on Monday night at Matthew Knight Arena. “Colorado did a good job,” head coach Paul Whitehead said. “They got … Continue reading »