NCAAB Game Recap - Oregon State at Stanford
Thu Jan 30, 2020 11:00 PM EST

Gonz
87
SCla
72
F
Oreg
77
Cal
72
F
Iowa
72
MD
82
F
Minn
51
Ill
59
F
Colora
68
UCLA
72
F
MtStM
53
SacHr
58
F
GWebb
70
UNCA
56
F
Charl
87
JMU
68
F
Stetsn
65
NFla
78
F
FlGlf
63
Jacksn
61
F
StFNY
50
(N/A)
61
F
Radf
67
Longw
55
F
N AL
78
NJIT
74
F
IL-C
90
YSU
83
F(OT)
NE
58
W&M
59
F
FaDi
68
Wagn
63
F
UNCW
66
Tows
77
F
CenCT
77
StFPA
84
F
Bry
54
RobM
64
F
USC-Up
77
Presb
74
F
KennSt
45
Lib
83
F
SthAL
73
GASt
76
F
Troy
57
GaSo
86
F
W Ky
65
FlAtl
69
F
Marsh
84
FlInt
74
F
Hof
86
Elon
63
F
IUPUI
62
Clev
72
F
HiPt
62
Campbl
57
F
Charl
59
LaTec
72
F
CoCar
79
ArkLR
96
F
N DA
68
IPFW
72
F
TN-M
86
E KY
99
F
Winth
77
ChaSo
60
F
SEMO
74
MorSt
90
F
App
71
ArkSt
64
F
GrCan
87
TexPA
79
F
ULLa
66
TexAr
65
F
UAB
76
TexSA
68
F
ULMo
51
TxSt
71
F
OlDom
68
SoMis
58
F
Pepp
80
BYU
107
F
NDSt
70
W IL
49
F
TNSt
72
JacSt
62
F
E IL
70
Murr
73
F
Ariz
75
Wash
72
F
MidTN
66
UTEP
67
F
Web
75
S UT
65
F
IdaSt
67
N CO
83
F
CSBak
57
NMSt
61
F
SDak
93
Denv
87
F
Belm
92
TNTec
84
F
SIU-E
58
APSU
82
F
Utah
52
USC
56
F
CS-Ful
100
CAPoly
101
F(OT)
UCIrv
80
UCDav
65
F
Portl
64
StMar
86
F
USF
69
USD
44
F
LoyMa
50
Pacif
62
F
LongB
69
UCRiv
77
F
Mont
81
PorSt
88
F
UCSB
67
CSNor
79
F
OrSt
68
Stan
63
F

Jan 30, 2020, 11:00 PM EST

Final

1

2

T

Oregon State (13-8)

31

37

68

Stanford (15-5)

22

41

63

Lucas leads Oregon State past Stanford, 68-63
Fri Jan 31, 2020 2:13 AM

STANFORD, Calif. (AP) Jarod Lucas heeded his coaches’ words and looked for ways to take the pressure off Oregon State’s top scorers Tres Tinkle and Ethan Thompson.

“I felt good, that was probably the main thing,” Lucas said after scoring a season-high 21 points in the Beavers’ 68-63 victory over Stanford on Thursday night. “Early on, Stanford was helping on Tres and Ethan, which is what a lot of teams do. Coach told the rest of us that we have to step up and make some shots, so they're not all over Tres and Ethan. Hopefully I did that.”

Lucas scored 11 of his points in the final 4:05 of the first half, helping to give Oregon State (13-8, 3-6 Pac-12) a nine-point edge at halftime.

“We finally showed the toughness we were capable of,” Beavers coach Wayne Tinkle said. “This time we got a real boost from the guys off the bench; it had been a little while.”

Kylor Kelley matched his season-high with seven blocks and Oregon State ended a four-game losing streak to Stanford with the victory.

“He’s the key to our success,” Tinkle said. “When he's locked in on both ends, we are a different team. We played through some shaky spots. But that guy was huge on both ends at the rim.”

Tinkle added 15 points and Thompson had 14 for the Beavers, who also ended a four-game slide.

Oscar da Silva scored 22 points and had eight rebounds to lead Stanford (15-5, 4-3), which has lost three straight. Tyrell Terry added 13 points and Daejon Davis had 12.

“We’re facing a bit of adversity right now these last three games,” Stanford coach Jerod Haase said. “We’ll see how we respond.”

Kelly, who also scored 10 points, moved into first place all-time with 185 career blocks. He ranks second in the nation in blocked shots.

“Kelley is a good shot blocker and he definitely changes angles and makes some shots tough,” da Silva said. “But we should have been able to work around it.”

An offensive rebound and layup by da Silva brought the Cardinal within 65-63 with 20 seconds left but Oregon State made its free throws.

Isaac White's putback with 12:48 remaining to play brought Stanford within 46-44 but Lucas answered, converting a three-point play.

Terry hit a layup to make it a one-point game, but the Beavers scored 12 unanswered points to open a 13-point edge with 8:35 to play. Tinkle scored the final two points of the rally on a pair of technical fouls shots.

Oregon State outscored the Cardinal 15-3 over the final 4:05 and the Beavers took a 31-22 lead into halftime.

BIG PICTURE

Oregon State: Lucas scored 19 points in his previous nine games combined before breaking out against Stanford. The freshman was a prolific scorer in high school, setting a CIF SoCal record with 3,356 career points. Lucas entered the contest shooting 25.9% from the field in nine games away from Gill Coliseum. … Kelley has recorded multiple blocks in 19 of his 21 games. … Tinkle reached double figures in scoring for the 86th consecutive game, three off the school record set by Mel Counts.

Stanford: Freshmen Tyrell Terry and Spencer Jones are two important reasons why the Cardinal are performing better than a team picked to finish 10th. They’ve combined on 32 3-pointers during Pac-12 play entering Thursday on 47.1% shooting. Overall, Jones leads the conference with a 45.6% 3-point percentage and is ninth nationally.

UP NEXT

Oregon State: Plays at California on Saturday.

Stanford: Hosts Oregon on Saturday.

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Leaders

Oregon State PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
S. Miller-Moore 0 0 0 1 0 0
A. Vernon 0 0 1 0 0 0
Stanford PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
J. Keefe 0 0 0 3 0 0
J. Delaire 0 0 0 1 0 0

Team Comparison

OrSt Stan
Points For 68 63
Field Goals 23/52-44% 25/59-42%
Three Pointers 4/20-20% 6/18-33%
Free Throws 18/22-82% 7/12-58%
Offensive Rebounds 8 12
Defensive Rebounds 25 24
Rebounds 37 41
Blocks 7 4
Steals 6 6
Turnovers 13 14
Personal Fouls 18 19
Technical Fouls 0 0
Ejections 0 0

2019-2020 Regular Season - OrSt Leads Series 1-0

Date Result Away Pts Ldr Home Pts Ldr
Thu Jan 30 OrSt 68 @ Stan 63 A. Hollins 2 B. Wills 1

Game Information

Stadium: Maples Pavilion, Stanford, California
Attendance: 2,820
Game Time: