- A handful of days after announcing his decision to leave the Oregon State program, former Beavers forward Warren Washington is already being heavily recruited by a myriad of other schools, including the likes of Marquette, Missouri and Nebraska. CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein notes below that Washington is expected to start taking visits later this month.
Source: Missouri, Marquette, Nebraska, Nevada, San Diego St, San Diego, New Mexico, UNLV, and others are among the schools that have reached out to Oregon State transfer Warren Washington. Visits are planned to begin in late May.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) May 3, 2019
- The 2019 Preseason Women’s NIT field has been revealed and it looks like the Oregon State women’s basketball program will be taking part in the event, as one of the sixteen squads chosen for the annual tournament. The Beavers, who will likely be one of the projected favorites in the field alongside Oklahoma, are competing in the event for the first time in school history. The official bracket for the field will be released later this spring.
- Ever wondered what it’s like to be a starting pitcher for the Oregon State baseball program on game-day? Well, the Beavers athletic department gives you an inside look at the preparation and pre-game habits of hurler Bryce Fehmel, as they spent the day with him prior to his recent start against Washington State. Spoiler alert: Oregon State would go on to win the game in sixteen-innings that day.
- Are you ready for some post-season baseball?!? Of course, you’re not just yet, but D1 Baseball dished out on their initial projections on what the NCAA Baseball Field of 64 may look like, which includes the Beavers hosting a regional. The bad news? Oregon State may have been slotted as a one-seed, but a pesky Gonzaga squad was projected as joining the Beavers in Corvallis as a three-seed.
- And finally, the folks over at Beaver Blitz spent some time power ranking the Oregon State football position groupings, in a post-spring game world for the Beavers. To almost no one’s surprise, the program’s running backs were viewed as the strongest grouping within the program, while the team’s special teams earned the honors of being ranked last.