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Rivalry Series Set For Pac-12 After Dark Season Finale

Jan 19, 2023

CORVALLIS, Ore.  – Oregon State hosts Oregon in a Pac-12 After Dark special for the 2022-23 rivalry series finale.
The Beavs and No. 23 Ducks will square off for the second time this season after Oregon won the opener 75-67 in Eugene. The Beavs will look to reverse that result with a win in front of the home crowd at Gill Coliseum. The first 2,500 Beaver fans through the doors will receive a rally towel. 
GAME INFO – Oregon
Time: 8 p.m.
Watch: Pac-12 Networks / Pac-12 Now
Listen: Beaver Sports Radio Network
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Social Media: @BeaverWBB
Oregon enters Friday's game with a 13-5 record, a 4-3 mark in Pac-12 play and the No. 23 national ranking in the AP Top 25. The Ducks are coming off an 85-84 loss to Washington State in overtime. UO boasts the league's fifth-leading scorer in Endiya Rogers, who averages 15.9 points per game, as well as the reigning Pac-12 Freshman of the Week Chance Gray.
Oregon State's offense is at its best when the Beavers are sharing the ball. The Beavs are 9-2 this season when they have at least 16 assists in a game and the only two losses came against top-20 teams (#15 Arizona & #17 Oregon) that OSU led late in the game.  They also average more than 20 more points per game in games with at least 16 assists (79.0-58.4).

  • Averaging 18.5 assists in its wins and 12.4 in its losses.
  • Ranks second in the Pac-12 and 36th in the country with assists on 62.9% of its field goals this season.

Noelle Mannen transferred to OSU four years ago and walked on after not playing basketball for a year at San Francisco. Since then, she's become an important on and off-court leader for the Beavs, earning a scholarship before last season and getting her first start against Hawai'i. Mannen is second on the team in plus-minus (+127).
Raegan Beers wasted little time making her mark on the floor, racking up double-doubles in her second, third and fourth college games. Beers is the only freshman in the nation with 10 double-doubles this season, nearly double that of the next-closest first-year player. She is also the only true freshman in the country to score 20 points in a double-double five times this season.

  • The 6th player in Oregon State history to record 5 straight double-doubles (NCCU-ASU)
  • One of 15 players in the country with 10 double-doubles (Leads Pac-12)
  • Two double-doubles away from entering the OSU single-season top-ten
  • One of just nine Pac-12 players and two Beavers since 1999-2000 to record 10+ double-doubles in a season

Oregon State Athletics strives to Build Excellent Authentic Visionary Student-Athletes (Go BEAVS).