- The biggest news of the day comes courtesy of Sean Miller-Moore. Sean is a 6-foot-5 shooting guard from Moberly Area Community College. Sean is a highly-coveted junior college transfer and was deciding between Oregon State and UMass before this past weekend’s visit sealed the deal.
‘@BeaverMBB has received verbal commitment from 6-5, 190 SG @RugzyMontvna of Moberly Area (Missouri) JC. Toronto native averaged 18.5 points & 7.9 rebounds while shooting .591 from field this season. Has two years to play two.— kerry eggers (@kerryeggers) April 23, 2019
Narrowed choices to OSU and Massachusetts.#GoBeavs
The Oregonian’s, Andrew Nemec, asked Sean Miller-Moore a few questions after his commitment here. Sean sounds like a hard-worker and will be a great addition to an Oregon State team that needs talented perimeter players.
- In other news college basketball guru, Jon Rothestein, reports that the Beavers will play San Jose State in a non-conference basketball game next season.
Source: Oregon State will play San Jose State next season in a neutral site game in Las Vegas.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) April 23, 2019
San Jose had a rough season in this past year finishing with a 4-27 record (not a typo). They should be better next season and should be a fun neutral site game for the Beavers. I’m already getting my bags packed for a trip to Vegas.
- Also, Oregon State basketball is in the running to land one of the top basketball prospects in the 2020 class. Che Evans, a 6-foot-6 small forward from Maryland, recently trimmed his list of college choices to six schools. Interestingly enough, Evans dropped UCLA from his Top 6 and added Oregon State.
Take that @BruinNation !!! https://t.co/MFgfaHxJUF— Building The Dam (@BuildingTheDam) April 23, 2019
- Lastly, Beaver baseball is involved in an intense two-game series in Reno vs. Nevada. They dropped the first game last night, but could snag the second game thanks to this clutch 2-run homer from Joe Casey.
Yes. He. Did!— Oregon State Baseball (@BeaverBaseball) April 23, 2019
Now a 6-4 ballgame.#GoBeavs pic.twitter.com/48pjf059xV
Well have more details on the two-game series later today.