Jan. 31, 2009
Final Stats |
Tonight's announced attendance was 10,129, the most in a home contest since Feb. 5, 2005, against Oregon when the Beavers defeated the Ducks, 76-72, in front of 10,312.
Oregon State will return to action Thursday, Feb. 5, as the Beavers host the Arizona Wildcats in a 5:30 p.m. contest to be aired by FSN Northwest and Arizona.
Head coach Craig Robinson recorded his tenth career victory at Oregon State.
Robinson is the first Beaver head coach to defeat Oregon on his first try since Jim Anderson defeated Oregon in his first go on Dec. 30 1989, 71-68, in the Far West Classic. Four coaches had taken the post between Anderson and Robinson.
The Beavers are now on a three game Pac-10 win streak. The last three-game Pac-10 win streak came in the 2004-05 season when Oregon State defeated Oregon, Washington State and Washington consecutively.
The current four-game win streak is the longest since the 2004-05 season when the Beavers recorded a six-game win streak.
Saturday's Civil War was the 330th meeting between Oregon State and Oregon with the Beavers holding the all-time series lead at 181-149. The Civil War is the most-played series in NCAA Division I. The win also marks the first victory over Oregon in the last five tries.
The Beavers overcame a 12 point first half deficit for the 57-54 victory.
The Beavers shot 52.6 percent from 3-point range on the night going 10-for-19.
Oregon State held a 10-4 steals advantage.
Oregon State forced 20 turnovers in the game.
Oregon State recorded four blocks on the night. Entering the contest, the Beavers were averaging 1.7 blocks per game.
The Beavers held the Ducks to 19 second half points.
Oregon State scored 16 points in the paint.
Oregon State scored 19 points off turnovers.
Sophomore Calvin Haynes
added his 11th double-digit scoring performance with a team-high 15 points (4-for-9 3-point).
Sophomore Omari Johnson
tied his season high in blocked shots and steals with two.
Junior Roeland Schaftenaar
tied his season high with three steals and added a game-high five assists.
Johnson pitched in 14 points on 5-for-8 shooting (4-for-6 3-point). The double-digit performance was his seventh on the season.
Sophomore Daniel Deane
tied a career high 30 minutes played.
Haynes tied his career best with 39 minutes played.