Oregon State is back to the court Thursday night, as the Beavers travel to Arizona. OSU is 1-3 in the Pac-12 conference, fresh off its longest-ever game – Saturday’s 103-101 4OT loss to Stanford, the Beavers third 100-plus point performance this season – a school record.
Oregon State’s Ahmad Starks and Jared Cunningham have been in double-digits the last eight games. With the expansion of the conference, Thursday’s game against Arizona will be OSU’s only contest with the Wildcats. Arizona has an identical overall record to Oregon State at 11-5, but is 2-1 in the conference. The Beavers trip starts the Wildcats getting four of the next six at home.
Broadcast begins at 5:00 PM on 960 the Sports Legend.
The Oregon Ducks start the Arizona swing at Arizona State at 7:30 PM. The Ducks beat Stanford Thursday, but lost Sunday 77-60 to Cal and at 2-2, has yet to sweep a weekend in conference, winning and losing all four games by double-digits.
Senior transfer Devoe Joseph leads Oregon in scoring at 16.3 points per game. ASU has lost five of its last six games and gets a chance to beat Oregon after the Ducks exited the Sun Devils in last year’s Pac-10 tournament. The game broadcast is available on ROOT Sports TV.
Other Pac-12 games see Utah (4-11; 1-2) at Stanford (13-3; 3-1) at 7:00 PM and Colorado (11-4; 3-0) at California (13-4; 3-1) at 8:00 PM.
Women’s Pac-12 Schedule
California (11-5; 2-2) at Colorado (13-1; 2-1) – 6:00 PM
Stanford (13-1; 4-0) at Utah (8-6; 1-2) – 6:00 PM
Arizona (12-3; 1-2) at Oregon (9-7; 1-3) – 7:00 PM
Arizona State (10-4; 1-2) at Oregon State (10-5; 1-3) – 7:00 PM