Oregon State - Stanford Post Game Notes
March 25, 2009
• Head coach Craig Robinson recorded his 16th career victory at Oregon State.
• With the wins over Houston, Vermont and Stanford in the CBI it marks the first time the Beavers have won three post-season games since the Beavers went to the Final Four in the NCAA Tournament after the 1962-63 season. The Beavers defeated Seattle, San Francisco and Arizona State.
• The last time Oregon State defeated a Pac-10 opponent three times in a season dates back to the 1989-90 season when the Beavers defeated Oregon three times.
• The last time Oregon State played a Pac-10 opponent four times in the same season dates back to the 1986-87 season when the Beavers played Cal four times.
• The five overtime games played this season are the most since the 1977-78 season when the Beavers played five. The 1977-78 season was the last time Oregon State had won back-to-back overtime games.
• The last time the Beavers played back-to-back overtimes games was in the 1999-00 season.
• The last time Oregon State recorded three overtime victories was in the 1989-90 season.
• Wednesday’s game against Stanford was the 128th meeting all-time. Oregon State leads the all-time series 69-59.
• Oregon State shot 49.1 percent from the field in the contest on 26-of-53 shooting.
• The Beavers made 6, 3-point field goals on the night.
• The Beavers shot 60 percent from the field in overtime (3-of-5).
• Oregon State held a 34-20 points in the paint advantage.
• The Beavers held a 7-2 steals advantage.
• The Beavers scored 12 points off turnovers.
• The Beavers’ bench pitched in 15 points to Stanford’s 11.
• Seven players recorded multiple rebounds.
• Each team’s largest lead of the night was only six points.
• Sophomore Lathen Wallace led the Beavers in scoring with 16 points on 5-of-8 shooting, his 11th double-digit performance of the season.
• Wallace recorded a career and game high three steals.
• Junior Seth Tarver led the Beavers with six rebounds. Tarver also pitched in eight points on 4-of-6 shooting.
• Junior Roeland Schaftenaar pitched in his 14th double-digit scoring effort of the season with 14 points on 6-of-11 shooting.
• Sophomore Calvin Haynes was the third player in double-figures on the night for Oregon State with 10 points. Haynes now has 19 double-figure scoring performances on the season.