Feb. 24, 2011
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Stanford at Oregon State
February 24, 2011
Oregon State shot a season-high 61.5 percent (32-52) from the field and a season-high 47.4 percent (9-19) from three-point land. The Beavers previous season-highs were 56.0 percent against Texas-Pan American (12/12/10) and 44.4 percent (8-18) at Washington (1/8/11)
The Beavers made a season-high nine three-pointers. Their previous season-high was eight against UT-Arlington (11/14/10), Arizona State (12/30/10) and at Washington (1/8/11).
Oregon State has fallen behind by double figures in the first half in 10 Pac-10 games this season and had lost the previous nine games, before erasing a 13-point first half deficit against Stanford tonight for the win.
The 13-point deficit was the Beavers largest of the season in a win. The previous biggest deficit in a win was 12 points against UT-Arlington in the first game of the season.
Oregon State scored 80 or more points for the seventh time this season and the 87 points was the second most the Beavers scored all season to the 89 against Texas-Pan American (12/12/10).
Five Oregon State players scored in double figures for just the second time this season. The other time was a 70-68 loss to Utah Valley (12/1/10).
The 52 second half points by the Beavers tied a season-high (52 at Howard on 11/27/10).
With three steals in the game, Jared Cunningham has 74 on the season to break Oregon State's sophomore steals record of 72 set by Gary Payton in 1987-88.
With 14 points in the game, senior Calvin Haynes moved into 17th on Oregon State's all-time scoring list with 1,215 points to pass Chris Stephens who had 1,214 in his career.
Senior Lathen Wallace and Haynes each made a three-pointer and now have 132 and 131, respectively, in their Oregon State career. Wallace is seventh and Haynes is eighth on the Beavers all-time three-point field goals made list.
Freshman Devon Collier had a career-high three assists.