Oregon St.'s senior post player El Sara Greer was named the Pac-10 Women's Basketball Player of the Week for last week, after her 21 points and 13 rebound double double led the Beavers to a 61-59 win over visiting Oregon in the Civil War, battle 2, Saturday evening at Gill Coliseum.
El Sara Greer led the victory that required Oregon St. overcome a 20 point halftime deficit, the Beavers' biggest comeback in over 4 years, equaling the largest in team history ever, which was also against the Ducks.
Greer shot 64% from the field (7 of 11), and also had 2 blocked shots, which raised her season total to 81, 5 shy of the single season Oregon St. record.
It was the first time a Beaver women's player has been named Pac-10 player of the week since Talisa Rhea in December of 2008.
(This was originally posted days ago, but BuildingTheDam.com was hacked, and we can't put it in place back in time due to software shortcomings. Our apologies to Ms. Greer, Head Coach Scott Rueck, and the entire Oregon St. women's basketball community.)