Stanford pulls away early in 2nd, beats Oregon State 83-60
CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) Spencer Jones scored 25 points and made five 3-pointers to lead Stanford to an 83-60 victory over Oregon State on Thursday night.
Jones was 10 of 16 from the floor. Brandon Angel added 15 points for Stanford (13-17, 7-12 Pac-12), which shot 30 of 51 overall and 12 of 21 from long range. Maxime Raynaud scored 13 points and Harrison Ingram added 10.
Jordan Pope and Tyler Bilodeau scored 11 points apiece for Oregon State (10-20, 4-15), which shot just 7 of 28 (25%) from the floor in the second half.
Stanford opened the second half on a 25-9 run for a 65-45 lead with 9:44 remaining. Ingram scored nine points, Angel and Jones had six each, and the trio combined for four 3-pointers during the stretch. The Beavers pulled within 18 points at the 8:11 mark but didn't get closer.
Neal Begovich's two free throws gave the Cardinal their largest lead, 81-53 with 1:12 to play. It was the Beavers' fourth straight loss.
Stanford plays at Oregon on Saturday, while the Beavers are at home against California to conclude their regular seasons.
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Updated March 2, 2023