March 9, 2011
Final Stats |
Oregon State vs. Stanford
March 9, 2011
Los Angeles, Calif.
Oregon State won its first Pac-10 Tournament game since defeating Arizona State, 71-68, on March 8, 2006.
The Beavers are now 6-11 all-time in Pac-10 Tournament games.
Oregon State sophomores and freshmen combined to score 67 of the Beavers 69 points.
The Beavers had 58 of their 69 points off the bench.
Oregon State is now 10-1 this season when leading with five minutes to play.
The Beavers held Stanford to an opponent first half season-low 18 points. The previous opponent first half low was 19 by Illinois-Chicago (12/22/10).
With two blocked shots in the game, freshman Devon Collier has 21 on the season and broke Oregon State's freshman blocked shots record of 20 set by Gary Payton in 1986-87.
Collier had a career-high 19 points (previous high 16 vs. Washington State on 2/5/11). He also had career-highs in free throws made (7) and free throws attempted (11).
Sophomore Joe Burton had a career-high 14 rebounds (previous high was 12 at UCLA on 2/25/10). It's his first double-figure rebounding game of the season.
Burton has played 77 minutes combined the past two games (39 vs. Arizona State and 38 vs. Stanford).
Burton tied a career-high with three steals.
Sophomore Jared Cunningham tied a career-high with 24 points.
Cunningham tied a career-high with 15 free throws made and had a career-high with 20 free throws attempted. Both are Pac-10 Tournament records.