Women's Basketball Plays Host to Oregon State in Civil War
Jan. 14, 2002
The Ducks (10-7, 5-3 Pac-10) return home after a split in the Bay Area last week to take on in-state rival Oregon State (9-8, 5-3) in the Civil War. The Oregon State game, which tips off at 1 p.m. Saturday, will be nationally televised on Fox Sports Net. Before taking on Oregon, the Beavers first play host to UC Santa Barbara on Wednesday.
The Civil War game will be nationally televised on Fox Sports Net. All Oregon women's basketball games also are broadcast by KSCR (1320 AM) in Eugene and KUIK (1360 AM) in Portland, with Ray Martin providing the play-by-play for the seventh consecutive year. Games that don't conflict with Oregon men's basketball broadcasts will be carried by KUGN (590 AM) in Eugene, KXL (750 AM) in Portland and KTBR (950 AM) in Roseburg. Radio broadcasts also can be heard on the Internet at www.goducks.com.
SERIES VS. OREGON STATE
The Ducks lead the series 46-19, which includes victories in the last 11 games. Oregon State's last win was Jan. 5, 1996, at Corvallis (58-57). Its last win at Eugene was Feb. 5, 1993. Since then the Beavers have lost nine straight at McArthur Court.
LAST TIME VS. OREGON STATE (MARCH 10, 2001)
Oregon defeated Oregon State 72-60 in the regular-season finale before the third-largest crowd in McArthur Court history of 8,815 fans.
Oregon had five players in double-figures for the second consecutive game, led by seniorAngelina Wolvert's 14 points and 12 rebounds. She also had a career-high six assists and collected four steals and three blocks. Jamie Craighead also scored 14 points for Oregon.Felicia Ragland kept the Beavers in the game, scoring 22 points and grabbing a game-high 15 rebounds. She did her damage although she sat the bench after picking up her fourth foul with 13 minutes left in the game.
The Ducks trailed just once in the game at 2-0 and used three first-half 3-pointers by Craighead to take a 36-30 halftime lead. Oregon led 59-53 with 3:05 remaining in the game when it received baskets from Craighead, Mowe and a free throw each from Craighead and Camber Ellingson. Hollye Holbrook was OSU's only other double-figure scorer with 11.