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This Week in Oregon State Athletics

Here's a look at whats happening this week at Oregon State:

Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
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Men's Golf: Hawaii-Hilo Invitational

The Beavers travel to Hawaii for their first event of the '07 calendar year. This three day  tournament lasts through Friday.

Men's Basketball: vs. Arizona

The Beavers return to Gill in search of their first win in three weeks. It won't be easy- Arizona brings a team full of athletes. Mustafa Shakur leads the pack at point guard, and Ivan Radenovic and Chase Budinger will hurt you on the inside. 7:30, FSN-Oregon


Women's Basketball: at Arizona

The Beavers take their 9-13 record to Tuscon to play the 8-17 Wildcats.

6:00 p.m.


Softball: San Diego State

The Softball team will compete in the San Diego State tournament, this is their first game. The team is ranked in the top 10 nationally and hoping for another great season.

Baseball: at Georgia, Game 1

The Beavers travel to Athens for a three game rematch of last year's first elimination game of the College World Series. The Beavers have had to replace a lot of their starters, and after sweeping Hawaii-Hilo in four games, they get their first real test against the Bulldogs. 3:00, Radio on KUIK 1360




The Beavers play in game 2 of the San Diego State Tournament.



Stanford (Host), Iowa  State, and San Jose State



at Oregon

Men's Basketball: vs. Arizona State

This is perhaps the only game the Beavers have a shot at winning. The question is; will they even be able to pull this one off? Arizona State almost stole one from Washington State last night, so we know they can get the job done. 3:00, FSN NW


Baseball: at Georgia, Game 2. 11:00, Radio on KUIK 1360

Game 3 will be played on Sunday. Game 3: Sun, 10:00 a.m. Radio on KUIK 1360


Women's Basketball: at Arizona State

The Beavers will have their work cut out for them in Tempe-- the Sun Devils are currently 21-3, and lurking in the NCAA Top 10.

3:00 p.m.




Game 3 of the tourney.

Go Beavers!