Florida State clearly didn’t realize what they were getting into when they drew Oregon State last Monday. Oof.
The Beavers took the lead (20-19) early in the second quarter and never gave it back.
No. 8 OSU outscored 25-11 in the second frame and 20-12 in the fourth quarter, en route to an 83-59 victory.
Aleah Goodman did a little bit of everything for the Beavs with 24 points (on 8/12 shooting), five assists and five rebounds.
Taylor Jones helped out with 18 points, eight rebounds, two blocks, two steals and an assist. Meanwhile, Sasha Goforth added 14 points, a block and a steal too.
Overall, the Beavs shot just over 55 percent (32/58) overall and 46.7 percent from deep (7/15). On the flip side, No. 9 FSU only shot 22-of-62 (35.5 percent) overall.
Up next, the Beaver women will face the No. 1 seed in the Hemisfair Region, South Carolina, on Tuesday.