Not surprisingly, it was a quiet and disappointed locker room.
Star of the game: Oregon State freshman guard Josh Tarver led his team with 16 points, including a key three-pointer that gave his team the halftime lead.
Key stats: Washington committed 21 turnovers, which OSU turned into 21 points.
Turning point: When Artem Wallace rebounded an OSU miss, UW seemed about to take a one-point lead into halftime. Instead, Wallace's outlet pass went to Josh Tarver, who hit a three-pointer just ahead of the buzzer, giving the Beavers a 24-22 halftime lead.
Observations: Those 22 points were the fewest UW has scored at halftime this season. … OSU had 14 steals, the season-high for a UW opponent. … UW sophomore Jon Brockman tied his career-high with 14 rebounds, and he recorded the 13th double-double of the season. … UW freshman Phil Nelson of nearby Keizer, Ore., played six minutes, and his late three-pointer recorded the only points UW got from its bench. … UW alum and Portland Trail Blazers rookie Brandon Roy watched his former team in person for the first time this season.
Quotable: "We got physically manhandled in Seattle, and that was something we were not going to allow to happen again. I told them over my dead body would we let that happen again." – OSU coach Jay John, on the difference in his team's win Thursday and its earlier 91-74 loss at UW.
Next: 7:30 p.m. Saturday, at No. 23 Oregon, McArthur Court, Eugene, Ore.