The college basketball season is officially underway, and the Beavers are off to a hot start while the Ducks will finally tip off their season tonight.
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Oregon State’s Zach Reichle is introduced before the Oregon State Beavers take on the California Golden Bears in a Pac-12 men’s basketball game at Gill Coliseum in Corvallis, Oregon, on Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2020. Oregon State won 71-63.
Portland State will start its season against the University of Portland on Saturday after Gov. Kate Brown granted the team an exemption.
Last week we posted a list of the 33 former Oregon high school standouts we found on Division 1 college basketball rosters this season.
This week and every week throughout the season, we’ll keep you posted on how those players are faring.
Read on for a list of who played in Week 1 and how they did.
Immanuel Allen, Lakeridge
6-4 sophomore guard
Allen is off to a solid start with Abilene Christian, shooting 60% from the field and making both of his three-point attempts through three games. He’s averaging 7.3 points per game off the bench.
Nolan Bertain, West Linn
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
6-4 senior guard
Bertain has come off the bench in Texas A&M-Corpus Christi’s first three games and is averaging 5.3 points and 1.7 rebounds per game.
Isaac Bonton, Parkrose
6-3 senior guard
Bonton is Washington State’s leading scorer through two games at 19.5 points per game, but he’s struggled with his shot. He’s shooting just 24.4% from the field and 25% from three-point range in the Cougars’ two narrow victories to open the season.
Robert Ford III, Jefferson
6-0 junior guard
Ford has started all three of Idaho State’s games, averaging 9.3 points and three assists in his first season playing Division 1 basketball.
Will Graves, South Eugene
6-5 junior guard
Graves played one minute in Gonzaga’s blowout win over Auburn and grabbed a rebound for the No. 1-ranked Bulldogs.
Matthew Lang, Jesuit
6-3 junior guard
Lang also logged one minute in Gonzaga’s 90-67 win over Auburn, but he didn’t record any stats.
Wilfried Likayi, Parkrose
New Mexico State
6-9 junior forward
Likayi had nine points and five rebounds in his debut with New Mexico State. He played 18 minutes in the Aggies’ 83-77 win over Arizona Christian.
Cameron Parker, Jesuit
6-2 junior guard
Parker started at point guard in the Grizzlies’ 76-62 season-opening loss to USC. Parker had four points, two assists and two steals while playing in foul trouble.
Zach Reichle, Wilsonville
6-5 senior guard
Reichle has enjoyed a solid start to the year for the 2-0 Beavers, scoring 11 points with four assists against Cal and 12 points with five assists against Northwest University. He’s shooting 75% from the field and 60% from three-point range.
Marcus Tsohonis, Jefferson
6-3 sophomore guard
Tsohonis finished his freshman