Postgame Notes: California-Oregon State
With tonight¿s win, Cal has won at least 22 games in three of the last four years ¿ 22 this year, 24 in 2010 and 22 in 2009. It is the first time in school history the Bears have won at least 22 games
By Cal Athletics on Sat, February 18, 2012
Feb. 18, 2012
- With tonight’s win, Cal has won at least 22 games in three of the last four years – 22 this year, 24 in 2010 and 22 in 2009. It is the first time in school history the Bears have won at least 22 games three times in four years.
- Cal’s win tonight means the Bears are 17-1 at home, matching their most wins in Haas Pavilion (also 17-1 in 2002-03). In its history, Cal won more home games only one other time – the Bears were 24-2 during the 1945-46 season.
- Oregon State shot 38.5 percent from the floor to become the 16th Cal opponent to shoot under 40 percent, this year. The Beavers were 31.4-percent from the field, in the second half.
- Senior G Jorge Gutierrez scored 17 points to move into 26th place on Cal’s all-time list, now with 1,169 career points.
- Senior F Harper Kamp scored 13 points to move into a tie for 36th place on Cal’s all-time list with Bill Hagler, now with 1,042 career points.
- Cal trailed, 34-32, at the half; the third time, this season, the Bears were behind at the break, at home. Stanford led, 33-32, on Jan. 29 before Cal prevailed, 69-59, and Arizona was up, 45-34, on Feb. 2 before winning, 78-74.
- Cal held Oregon State without a point for the first 5:56 of the game before Angus Brandt scored with 14:04 on the clock, by which time the Bears had built a 10-0 lead.
- With starts in tonight’s game, senior Harper Kamp moved into fourth place on Cal’s all-time games-played list with 127, while senior Jorge Gutierrez is eighth in games played with 123.
- Sophomore G Allen Crabbe made three three-pointers to give him an even 70 on the season to move him into third on Cal’s single-season list, behind only two years by Jerome Randle – 92 in 2010 and 82 and 2009.
- Freshman F David Kravish scored a career-high 17 points. His previous best was 13 set on Thursday (Feb. 16) against Oregon, and earlier this year against UCLA at home (Dec. 31).
- Sophomore G Justin Cobbs posted his second career double-double. He finished with 10 points and a career-high 13 assists. He had 14 points and 11 assists against Utah on Jan. 14.