CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) — Ethan Thompson scored 17 points and Oregon State cruised to a 114-42 win over NAIA-member Northwest University on Friday, the largest margin of victory in Beavers' history.
All 13 Oregon State players scored, six in double figures. The Beavers shot 66% from the field, made 10 of 18 from 3-point range and had a 37-26 advantage on the boards. They outscored the Eagles 21-2 in second-chance points, 62-20 on points in the paint, 62-14 off the bench and 29-4 on fast breaks.
The Beavers had a 30-0 run in the first half, holding Northwest scoreless for 10 minutes. While the Eagles were missing nine straight shots, the Beavers were 13 of 18.
The score was 57-15 at the break.
The Eagles, who lost to California the previous night, shot 28%, going 3 of 22 behind the arc. No player reached double figures. Northwest had never played a Division I opponent prior to this weekend and lost to Cal by 25.
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