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Beavers Return to Action at Home Versus Washington State

Mar 10, 2021

Matches 13 & 14 Notes

• Oregon State hosts Washington State on Friday at 6 pm (PT) and Sunday at noon in Gill Coliseum.

• Friday and Sunday's matches will be streamed. Fans can find the stream by visiting the volleyball schedule page on

• Live stats will be available for both matches. Fans can access links to live stats by visiting the volleyball schedule page on

• Washington State has won the last three matches, the last OSU win coming on Nov. 19, 2017 (3-1). The Beavers swept the 2017 season series, earning a 3-2 win over the Cougars on Oct. 15.
• Wazzu won both matches in 2019 in four sets.
• In last season's series, the Beavers recorded more assists (100-96) and digs (108-100).
• Grace Massey posted a team-high 33 digs in the two games in 2019.

• Washington State is on a four match win streak, including three straight three set wins.
• The Cougars last played on Feb. 26 and 28 against Cal.
• Pia Timmer is leading WSU with 128 kills and 3.20 kills per set. 
• Hannah Pukis has team-bests of 366 assists and 127 digs this season. Magda Jehlarova has 50 blocks on the year, a team-high mark.
• Wazzu is fourth in the Pac-12 in attacking percentage (.245) and service aces (69), while sitting fifth with 12.78 kills per set. They are third in the conference with 110 blocks.

• OSU swept its series against Cal on Mar. 5 and 7, including a three set sweep in game two.
• The Beavers out-performed the Bears in kills (102-80), aces (12-11), blocks (17-10), assists (99-74), and digs (122-97).
• Freshman Izzi Szulczewski recorded a team-best 84 assists between both matches.
• Senior Grace Massey led the team with a combined 32 digs.
• Freshman Mychael Vernon tallied a team-high of 31 kills in two matches.

• Freshman Anastasija Svetnik notched her first career weekly honor, claiming Pac-12 Freshman of the Week on Mar. 9 for her playing against Cal on Mar. 5 and 7. She tallied a weekend attacking percentage of .704 with 19 kills off 27 attempts with no errors.
• Freshman Mychael Vernon earned her first career weekly honor, being named Pac-12 Freshman of the Week on Feb. 15 for her performance against ASU when she recorded back-to-back double-doubles to lead OSU with 36 total kills and added a combined 28 digs.

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