Oregon State Announces Nonconference Slate


CORVALLIS – The Oregon State women’s basketball team has announced its 2019-20 nonconference schedule, as it returns to the floor after making its fourth-straight Sweet 16 in 2018-19.

Season tickets for the 2019-20 season at on sale now, and can be purchased here or by calling 541-737-2050.

The Beavers will open the year against UC Irvine, as part of the previously announced Preseason WNIT. The tournament will be played at home sites from Nov. 9-17, and the full bracket can be found here.

OSU will host Southern Utah on Nov. 21 for Beavers Beyond the Classroom. For more information on the event, or to RSVP, click here. Oregon State drew over 8,800 fans for last season’s field trip game.

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The Beavers will follow that up by hitting the road for a Thanksgiving Weekend tournament in Miami, Fla, which will pit Oregon State against Miami and Liberty. OSU has not played the Hurricanes or the Flames in program history. Oregon State will return home for back-to-back home games against Hawaii and Utah State on Dec. 6 and 14, respectively.

The Beavers will host the fourth-annual Maui Jim Maui Classic Dec. 18 and 19 at the Lahaina Civic Center. San Jose State, Northern Arizona and BYU will round out the four-team field. CSU Bakersfield will visit Gill Coliseum for Oregon State’s final nonconference matchup on Dec. 29.

The Pac-12 announced the weekend pairings for the season earlier this month. The 2019-20 Pac-12 schedule, as well as TV game selections will be announced at a later date.

Oregon State is one of the most successful programs in the last decade of the sport. The Beavers have appeared in every WBCA Coaches’ Poll since the end of the 2013-14 season. Four returning starters and nine overall letterwinners return from last year’s team that went 26-8, advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the sixth straight year, and played in the Sweet 16 for the fourth consecutive season.  ESPNW has tabbed the Beavers No. 6 in its “Way Too Early” rankings for the 2019-20 season.