Game Two Post-Game Notes: Washington vs. Oregon State
March 11, 2010
· Oregon State joins Washington as the only #10 seeds to beat a #7 seed in the Tournament (2009: UW 69, Oregon 43).
· Oregon State’s all-time record in Tournament games is 5-8. Washington’s all-time record is now 4-9.
· This is the second time these teams have met in the Tournament. The Huskies beat the Beavers in 2005, 81-68.
· The Beavers advance to play #2 seed UCLA at 7:15 p.m. tomorrow. They met for the first time in the Tournament last year, with UCLA winning 62-56 in the quarterfinals.
· OSU beat Washington after losing their two regular season meetings, 69-64 in Corvallis on January 3 and 67-49 in Seattle on March 5.
· Washington held OSU scoreless for the game’s first 7:15. The Huskies led 12-0 before the Beaver’s scored on a Haiden Palmer layup.
· After Washington extended its lead to 20-2 at 9:58, Oregon State closed the half on a 20-4 run. Julie Futch had 7 points in that run.
· OSU won for only the 3rd time this season after trailing at the half (now 3-14).
· OSU opened the 2nd half scoring and tied the game for the first time at 24-24 (18:39). It took its first lead on a field goal by Anita Burdick at 16:44.
· The Beavers held the Huskies to only 6 points in the last 10:00 of the first half, and did so again in the 2nd half.
· OSU senior guard Julie Futch scored 17 points, a career high. She had scored 15 points on two occasions, the last time on December 15, 2009 vs. UC-Irvine.
· Husky guard Sami Whitcomb moved into 16th place on Washington’s career scoring list, finishing her career with 1,205 points.