NCAAB Game Recap - Stanford at Oregon State
Thu Mar 5, 2020 9:00 PM EST

AF
60
SDSU
73
F
ChaSo
48
Radf
62
F
Leh
70
Colg
83
F
Stetsn
62
Lib
66
F
USC-Up
70
Winth
106
F
Buck
64
Amer
59
F
Lipsco
73
NFla
71
F
NM
70
UtSt
75
F
UNCA
62
GWebb
72
F
Navy
63
Boston
69
F
Oakl
63
WIGB
78
F
E IL
65
APSU
76
F
Wyo
74
Nev
71
F
Bois
67
UNLV
61
F
Lafy
73
Army
68
F
TNSt
48
E KY
58
F
YSU
61
IL-C
67
F
Hamp
78
Longw
53
F
Evans
55
Valpa
58
F
Portl
62
SCla
76
F
IlSt
65
Drake
75
F
LoyMa
75
USD
61
F
Cal
56
Oreg
90
F
Ill
63
OhSt
71
F
Hou
71
UConn
77
F
Nebras
58
Mich
82
F
NCAT
80
NCC
86
F
DelSt
100
How
88
F
Copp
63
MD-ES
60
F
Norf
68
Morg
62
F
FlaAM
70
BethC
72
F(OT)
PVAM
71
Alc
80
F
JackSt
71
AlSt
59
F
TXSo
74
South
89
F
WichSt
60
Mem
68
F
Stan
65
OrSt
68
F
UMKC
61
UtVal
51
F
CBap
50
NMSt
83
F
S UT
65
MTSt
73
F
N CO
71
Mont
64
F
Wash
90
AzSt
83
F
IdaSt
77
E WA
100
F
Gram
57
AlaAM
58
F
Web
72
Ida
64
F
HI
67
UCDav
65
F
CS-Ful
53
UCSB
55
F
CAPoly
73
LongB
80
F(OT)
NoAZ
66
PorSt
80
F
WaSt
62
Ariz
83
F
ChiSt
Seatt
Canc

Mar 5, 2020, 9:00 PM EST

Final

1

2

T

Stanford (20-10)

32

33

65

Oregon State (16-13)

34

34

68

Tinkle sets scoring mark, Oregon St. tops Stanford 68-65
Fri Mar 6, 2020 12:19 AM

CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) Oregon State’s Tres Tinkle will always take victories over records, but in Thursday’s win over Stanford he could enjoy both accomplishments.

The Beavers’ senior forward scored 23 points to lead Oregon State to a 68-65 win over Stanford, and he became the school’s all-time leading scorer.

Tinkle needed six points entering the game to pass Gary Payton atop Oregon State's career scoring list with 2,172 points.

“It wouldn’t have meant anything if we didn’t win,” said Tinkle, who now has 2,190 career points, seventh most in Pac-12 history. “That’s how I’m wired. Team first, you wanna win. The rest is just kind of extra.”

Ethan Thompson added 15 points for the Beavers (16-13, 6-11), who snapped a four-game losing streak.

Bryce Wills scored 16 points to lead the Cardinal (20-10, 9-8), whose four-game winning streak came to an end.

Tyrell Terry's jumper gave the Cardinal a 65-64 advantage with 33 seconds remaining - their first lead since late in the first half.

Tinkle made two free throws with 17.6 seconds left to put Oregon State back on top 66-65.

Terry missed a 15-foot jumper from the right baseline and Tinkle grabbed the rebound and was fouled with four seconds left. He made both ends of the double bonus, extending the lead to 68-65.

Stanford called a timeout after advancing the ball to midcourt with 3.1 seconds on the clock. Isaac White's 30-foot 3-point attempt bounced off the rim at the buzzer.

“We needed that win to get us in the right direction,” said Tinkle, who was 6 of 15 from the field and 9 of 10 at the foul line. “Hopefully we feed off this and get another one to close the regular season on a high note.”

Oregon State likely needs to win the Pac-12 tournament next week in Las Vegas to advance to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2016.

The Beavers had high expectations this season with a nucleus of Tinkle, Thompson and 7-foot center Kylor Kelley, but inconsistency has been a problem.

“Hopefully from this point forward we can keep the momentum going,” said Oregon State coach Wayne Tinkle, who is Tres Tinkle’s dad.

Tinkle’s 3-pointer with 8:45 remaining gave Oregon State its biggest lead at 56-46 with 8:45 remaining.

Stanford closed to 61-58 on Oscar da Silva's layup with 4:34 left, but the Cardinal's leading scorer fouled out a minute later.

Jaiden Delaire's layup brought Stanford within one point at 62-61 with 1:49 left, and the Cardinal grabbed their only lead of the second half on Terry’s jumper.

Tinkle made four clutch free throws in the final 17 seconds to preserve the win and a regular season sweep of Stanford.

“The last dozen minutes I thought we were us, which means defensively we had an identity and we were a little more physical in making plays,” said Stanford coach Jerod Haase, adding “I was impressed with the team for them to come back in the second half."

A major factor in the game was 3-point shooting. Stanford hit just 3 of 15 shots from long range, while the Beavers converted 8 of 20.

Kelley, who leads the Pac-12 and ranks second nationally in blocked shots, added nine points, seven rebounds and three blocks. Zach Reichle joined Tinkle and Thompson in double figures with 10 points.

Da Silva scored 14 points and was limited to 27 minutes due to foul trouble. Terry scored 13 points and Daejon Davis added 10 points for the Cardinal.

Tinkle scored Oregon State's final eight points of the first half as the Beavers took a 34-32 at the break. Neither team led by more than five points in the first half.

After a slow start, Tinkle scored 12 first-half points in the final seven minutes.

BIG PICTURE

Stanford: Stanford, considered an NCAA Tournament bubble team, would enhance its credentials with a win at No. 13 Oregon on Saturday. The Cardinal defeated Oregon 70-60 at home Feb. 1. ... Stanford's last appearance in March Madness came in 2014.

Oregon State:. Tinkle's 3-pointer with 2:55 remaining in the first half moved him past Gary Payton as the Beavers' all-time leading scorer. Payton offered his congratulations at halftime on the Beavers' video board. ... Tinkle now has 2,190 career points and also extended his school record for consecutive double-figure scoring games to 94.

UP NEXT

Stanford will be at No. 13 Oregon on Saturday.

Oregon State hosts California on Saturday.

More AP college basketball: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and https://twitter.com/AP-Top25

Leaders

Stanford PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
J. Keefe 0 0 0 0 0 0
L. Kisunas 0 0 1 2 1 0
Oregon State PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
J. Lucas 0 0 0 1 0 0
A. Vernon 0 0 0 0 0 0

Team Comparison

Stan OrSt
Points For 65 68
Field Goals 25/56-45% 21/48-44%
Three Pointers 3/15-20% 8/20-40%
Free Throws 12/14-86% 18/22-82%
Offensive Rebounds 6 5
Defensive Rebounds 22 25
Rebounds 28 31
Blocks 1 6
Steals 6 4
Turnovers 10 13
Personal Fouls 19 17
Technical Fouls 0 0
Ejections 0 0

2019-2020 Regular Season - OrSt Leads Series 2-0

Date Result Away Pts Ldr Home Pts Ldr
Thu Jan 30 OrSt 68 @ Stan 63 A. Hollins 2 B. Wills 1
Thu Mar 5 Stan 65 @ OrSt 68 S. Jones 3 S. Miller-Moore 1

Game Information

Stadium: Gill Coliseum, Corvallis, Oregon
Attendance: 3,718
Game Time: