Women’s CU Buffs reduce overtime in Oregon State – The Denver Post

CORVALLIS, Ore. – One team does it at the right time and the other doesn’t.

That was the difference on Monday, when the Colorado women’s basketball team lost at Oregon State, 69-66 in extra time at the Gill Coliseum.

“That’s probably a super-accurate statement because the boards were pretty even and we did some really good things defensively and such, but yes, they took shots when needed. and we didn’t,” said CU head coach JR Payne after a disappointing loss in the first Pac-12 road game of the season.

The 22nd-placed Buffaloes (13-2, 2-2 Pac-12) lost their second consecutive 13-0 start to the season, despite Quay Miller’s 18 points and a brace (13 points, 11 rebounds). ) from Mya Hollingshed.

Oregon State (8-4, 1-1) got 3 points from Talia von Oelhoffen with 18 seconds of extra time to win 66-66. CU ran out of time and ran down the field to try to equalize, but Jaylyn Sherrod’s 3-point effort was unsuccessful.

The Buffs, who led 61-56 with less than three minutes under regulation, took the lead 1 to 13 in the final eight minutes, including 0 to 7 in extra time.

“It’s disappointing,” said Frida Formann, who had 13 points for Buff. “We certainly felt that we shouldn’t have been in extra time and the last shot. We just need to be tougher, calmer, and have a better IQ in those times, but we’ll learn from that. ”

CU overtook Oregon State, Pac-12’s #1 recovery team, 38-36, but OSU won the final three groups. One of them has about 20 seconds to play overtime. After von Oelhoffen missed a jump, Jelena Mitrovic managed to get the rebound and kicked it out to Ellie Mack, who quickly carried the ball to von Oelhoffen, who then pulled off a game 3 win.

“If you force Talia to miss a shot and then you miss an O board and give her another chance, she won’t miss twice,” says Payne. “We actually did a pretty good job of protecting the glass against them because they’re so good on the glass, but the last one or two games are crucial.”

CU is looking to bounce back from a 60-52 loss to Stanford No. 2 on Friday and jump into an early 12-7 lead. However, OSU takes the lead after each of the first three quarters.

Although neither team was behind by more than five, CU had to fight all afternoon to keep up the pace.

Formann had nine of her 13 points in the fourth quarter, including three that created a 7-0 run to give Buff a 61-56 lead.

However, the OSU responded with 3-to-back pointers. Formann shot from long range and then made one of his two free throws with 12.4 seconds on target to give the Buffs a 64-62 lead, but Mack made it up by hitting a long jumper. 7.7 seconds.

After the game, the Buffs headed to Boulder after a brief trip, but managed to regroup before heading to Arizona State on Friday.

“It’s the mindset for the next game,” Payne said. “Just being the ultimate learning group and being able to recognize the good and the bad from each game and be able to take in what happened and didn’t happen and you just use it to get better towards it. before.”


CU remains in 22nd place in the Associated Press Top 25 poll released on Monday. This is the first time since December 2016 that CU has been ranked for consecutive weeks. … Tayanna Jones had one of the best games of her two seasons at CU, scoring 10 points, dropping six rebounds and scoring three steals. … Oregon State blocked 12 CUs. This is the second time in the past four games that CU has 12 shots saved. Before that, it hadn’t happened in almost six years.

Quick break

What happened right: The Buffs overcame Pac-12’s top recovery team, 38-36, and played solidly defensively for most of the day.

What happens: Attack has difficulty when Buff needs it most. The Buffs took 44% of their shots in the first 37 minutes, but only 1–13 (7.7%) in the final 8 minutes.

Star of the game: Tayanna Jones. She doesn’t lead the Buff in scoring or owning, but is brilliant off the bench with 10 points, six rebounds and three steals. She also has Buff’s only blocked shot.

What’s next: The Buffs visit Arizona State on Friday at 5pm MT time.

Oregon State 69, No. 22 Colorado 66 (OT)

COLORADO (13-2, 2-2 Pac-12)

Sherrod 2-9 0-0 4, Formann 5-14 1-2 13, Finau 0-4 0-0 0, Hollingshed 5-14 2-2 13, Tuitele 1-2 2-2 5, Jones 5-7 0 -0 10, Sadler 0-1 1-2 1, Miller 6-13 5-6 18, Wetta 0-1 2-2 2. Total 24-65 13-16 66.

OREGON STATE (8-4, 1-1 Pac-12)

Corosdale 3-8 2-2 ​​9, Kampschroeder 1-2 0-0 3, von Oelhoffen 6-13 1-1 17, Adams 2-6 1-3 5, Brown 1-2 4-4 6, Mannen 0 -0 0-0 0, Marotte 3-7 0-0 6, Mitrovic 2-4 0-2 5, Mack 6-6 0-0 16, Codding 1-7 0-0 2. Total 25-55 8- 12 69.

Colorado 13 12 19 20 2 – 66

Oregon State 14 13 20 17 5 – 69

3-point goals – Colorado 5-18 (Formann 2-7, Miller 1-5, Hollingshed 1-3, Tuitele 1-1, Sherrod 0-2), OSU 11-27 (von Oelhoffen 4-8, Mack 4 – 4, Corosdale 1-4, Kampschroeder 1-2, Mitrovic 1-2, Codding 0-4, Marotte 0-2, Brown 0-1). Rebounds – Colorado 38 (Hollingshed 11), OSU 36 (Mack 7). Support – Colorado 8 (Wetta 4), OSU 16 (Adams 6). Theft – Colorado 11 (Jones, Miller 3), OSU 10 (Corosdale 3). First leg – Colorado 11, OSU 18. Total fouls – Colorado 14, OSU 15. Fouls – None. A – 3,854.

https://www.denverpost.com/2022/01/17/cu-buffs-women-fall-in-ot-at-oregon-state/ Women’s CU Buffs reduce overtime in Oregon State – The Denver Post

Huynh Nguyen

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