Oregon State's game against Arkansas-Pine Bluff, already pushed back on the schedule from Saturday to Sunday, has been suspended indefinitely, because the Golden Lions were unable to get out of Dallas, Texas due to inclement weather.

The schools are working on a makeup date for this season.

The Beavers' next game is Sunday, Dec. 15 against Maryland Eastern Shore at 3 p.m. at Gill Coliseum.

• No. 13 Concordia lost for the second night in a row on the road to complete an 0-2 start to the Cascade Collegiate Conference season.

Oregon Tech held on late to beat the Cavaliers 93-88 Saturday night on Danny Miles Court, named for the Owls' veteran coach.

It was Miles' 994th career coaching victory.

Adam Herman led the Cavs with 20 points, and Tyler Velasqez added 18, while Evan Middleton had 12 points and 12 rebounds.

• Warner Pacific fell at No. 3 Southern Oregon 95-67 Saturday night.

The Knights are 0-2 in the CC and 4-8 overall. The Raiders climbed to 2-0 in league, 11-1 for the season.

Ryan Parks had 19 points for WP, which shot just 31.2 percent from the field and was 7 of 37 (18.9 percent) on 3-pointers.

SOU fired at a 51.6-percent clip from the floor and made 12 of 30 from beyond the arc.


    • Warner Pacific shot just 30.6 percent from the field and lost Saturday night 76-63 at Southern Oregon.

    WP slipped to 3-7 (0-2 in the Cascade Collegiate Conference), while No. 19 SOU improved to 11-1, 2-0.

    Ali Campbell had 16 points and Lacy Wood 14 off the bench for the visiting Knights.

    • Concordia fell to 1-10 overall and 0-2 in CCC play with a 78-59 loss Saturday night at Oregon Tech.

    A 14-1 second-half run ignited the Owls (12-0, 2-0).

    For the Cavaliers, Lexi Campbell scored 15 points, Caitlyn McCutcheon had 14 points and 12 rebounds, and Briannah Smith picked up 11 points.

    • Shoni Schimmel's five 3-pointers (on 9 attempts) and 17 points helped lift No. 7 Louisville to a 99-40 win at home against Wright State.

    Schimmel, a senior guard from Franklin High, made the Cardinals' first four beyond-the-arc shots.

    It was the first game for Louisville (9-1) since it lost senior guard Antonia Slaughter on Tuesday during a game with Missouri State to a season-ending blood clot in her lung. Slaughter was on the bench Saturday, cheering on her teammates.

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