Women's Basketball Squares Off Against No. 6 California On FSN Saturday Night
Feb. 20, 2009
Oregon State (15-9, 6-8)
February 21, 2009
Radio Broadcast: KLOO 1340-AM, osubeavers.com
Todd Mansfield will call all the action from Maples Pavilion. Additionally, the game will be available nationwide by tuning into FSN. Bill MacDonald will call play-by-play with Mary Murphy serving as the color analyst.
On The Horizon
Ashley Walker is much like Jayne Appel, whom the Beavers faced on Thursday night, in that they both dominate their team's respective statistics. Walker averages a team-leading 20.3 points and 8.2 rebounds per game. Next in line is Alexis Gray-Lawson at 12.4 points and Devanei Hampton at 6.0 rebounds.
Offensively, Cal shoots .449 from the field and holds its opponents to a .357 clip. The Bears also out-rebound their opponents by 5.8 per game.
Last Game vs. Cal - January 22, 2009
Talisa Rhea's layup with 0:36 left on the clock pulled the Beavers to within three points but they could not overcome California as it made its free throw shots down the stretch to claim the victory. The Golden Bears knocked down six free throws with less than 30 seconds, while the Beavers managed two layups for four points.
Oregon State (11-6 overall, 2-5 Pacific-10 Conference) was led by senior point guard Brittney Davis with 24 points on the night, six of which came off two three-pointers. She ended the night a perfect 8-for-8 from the free throw line and added four assists along with two steals.
Rhea added 20 points of her own and also was a perfect 3-for-3 from the line.
The Beavers shot just fewer than 44 percent from the field in the game and better than 78 percent from the line. Both teams hit 18-of-23 shots from the charity stripe.
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Brittney Davis led the Beavers with 12 points after connecting on five baskets from the field, including two three-pointers. The senior has now finished in double figures in her last nine games, a streak that started Jan. 17 against Washington.
Talisa Rhea also had 10 points in the loss. Rhea hit on a three-pointer, her team-leading 54th of the season.
The Beavers shot 30.4 percent from the field compared to 53.3 percent for Stanford.
The Cardinal grabbed 39 rebounds to Oregon State's 30. Of the 30 rebounds for the Beavers, 16 were offensively, which matched the Cardinal's.
Stanford, did dominate, however, in points in the paint. Led by 15 apiece from Jayne Appel and Nnemkadi Ogwumike, the Cardinal scored 48 points in the paint compared to 12 for the Beavers. Stanford also got 27 points from its bench compared to 13 for OSU.
Oregon State fell to 15-9 overall this season and 6-8 in Pacific-10 Conference play. Stanford, meanwhile, improved to 21-4 overall and 12-1 in league games.
Fox-Griffin Is Third
Davis, Last Nine