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Hand-colored team portrait of the OSU Rugby Club, 1964-1965.
Hand-colored team portrait of the OSU Rugby Club, 1964-1965.
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Athletics - Online Audio/Video

Among the materials held in SCARC are a rich collection of videos and sound recordings, many of them related to intercollegiate, club and intramural sports at Oregon State. Over time, a portion of these materials have been digitized and made freely available online. Below is an itemization of the athletics-specific videos currently available online. For more see also the University History, Natural Resources, Oregon Multicultural Archives and History of Science video and audio pages.

Video

Athletics (General)

  • OSU News and Communications Files Tapes. (13 items) Created from 1979 to 1981, these tapes are comprised of footage shot and produced by OSU News and Communications Services. Touching on multiple corners of the university's work, these tapes also include a great deal of footage related to athletics. The sports featured in these films include football, men's and women's basketball, wrestling, gymnastics and volleyball. In addition to game highlights, the films feature interviews with Joe Avezzano, Mary Ayotte, Craig Fertig, Howard Harris, Aki Hill, Steve Johnson, Ralph Miller and Dale Thomas, among others.
  • "Commitment to Excellence," ca. 1980. (0:20:49) OSU Beaver Club promotional film featuring game and practice footage, as well as interviews conducted with administrators and coaches including Jim Rudd, Dee Andros, Sylvia Moore and Ron Ludwig.
  • Interview of J.R. ("Jack") Davis, President of the NCAA, 1986. (0:21:20) Davis speaks on athletics and education in the 1980s and about the beginning of the NCAA. Recorded on January 24, 1986 for use in the February 8, 1986 basketball half-time show.
  • Dee Andros Testimonial Dinner, February 21, 1987. (2:46:44) Dee Andros served as head football coach at Oregon State University from 1965-1975, and as athletic director from 1975 to his retirement in 1985. Dais speakers at this 1987 testimonial dinner included Darrell Aune (master of ceremonies), John Byrne, Plato Andros, Pete Elliot, Pete Pifer, Harry Missildine, Sam Boghosian, Jim Rudd, Rick Bay, Jim Sweeney, Lynn Snyder, and Dee Andros himself. Testimonials were also delivered by several of Andros' former players who were seated in the crowd.
  • "A Look Back at the Orange and Black" (history of athletics at OSU), 1991. (0:32:28) Written and produced by Michael D. Lay, 1991; narrated by Darrel Aune. Contains interviews with Bill Tomshek - Captain, OSC Ironman football team of 1933; Martin Chaves - Captain, 1942 Rose Bowl football team; Terry Baker - Heisman Trophy winner, 1962; Dee Andros, former football coach and Athletic Director; former basketball coaches Jimmy Anderson and Ralph Miller; ground breaking high jumper Dick Fosbury; and Sylvia Moore, former women's Athletic Director and coach.
  • Dee Andros Reunion Highlights, October 18-19, 1996: Part 1 (1:59:17) and Part 2 (1:26:16). A reunion gathering in honor of Dee Andros, (1924-2003) "The Great Pumpkin," former Oregon State head football coach (1965-1975) and Athletic Director (1975-1985).

Baseball

  • Northwest Conference Baseball Champions, 1925. (0:00:14) This short clip from the 1925 film "The Old Grad Comes Back" shows the members of the 1925 Northwest Conference champions playing pepper on the lawn near Waldo Hall. This is a black and white silent film.
  • Beavers vs Ducks Baseball Footage, 1975. (0:10:35) This footage shows portions of the eighth through tenth innings of a double-header at Coleman Field. The original film is 16 mm color silent and is about eleven minutes long. This was the first game of a double header played on May 10, 1975, with the Beavers winning 6-5 in ten innings. OSU also took the nightcap 11-7. These were the last regularly scheduled games of the conference season. OSU finished in a tie with Washington State for the Northern Division title, and a one-game playoff ensued in Pullman the following Wednesday, with the Cougars prevailing 6-4. OSU finished the season with a 28-10-1 record. Assuming that the film is in chronological order, all the action takes place from the eighth inning on. Pat Barry, pitching in relief, was the winning pitcher in each game of the double-header.
  • OSU Baseball Coach Jack Riley "mic'd up," 1982. (0:09:01) This footage of Coach Jack Riley (20) with a wireless microphone was shot at the April 7, 1982 game versus Portland State University at Coleman Field. This was the Northern Division league opener for both teams. The Beavers won 5-4 in ten innings. The innings are not identified: the footage includes Pat Shaw (14), Jeff Myers (6), Todd Thomas, Mickey Riley (2), Bill Gassaway (8), Jim Wilson (2) and Mike Gorman 921). The original footage is 3/4 inch videotape that is extensively degraded.
  • OSU vs. WSU Baseball Doubleheader, 1983. Game 1, Part 1 (2:05:00); Game 1, Part 2 (0:48:00); Game 2 (2:05:00). The doubleheader versus Washington State University at Coleman Field on May 21, 1983 was televised on KBVR-TV, with Ken Shafer and Mark Snider announcing. The original footage is recorded on 5 3/4 inch videotapes. The 1983 team, defending Pacific 10 Northern Division champions, ended the regular season with a nine-game winning streak including a doubleheader sweep of Washington State University on May 21 at Coleman Field, to capture its second consecutive division crown. A record 3,100 fans jammed Coleman Field on Fan Appreciation Day to watch Jeff Reece hurl OSU to a 2-1 extra-inning victory in game one. WSU entered the final day with the seasonal series and the division title in sight, but the Cougars suffered a tail-chopping 14-5 defeat in game two and cancelled their post-season travel plans.
  • Baseball Season Highlights, 2007. (1:03:25) Included with footage from other OSU spring sports, this film chronicles several of the baseball team's match-ups during its 2007 championship year, including regional play versus Virginia and Oregon State's super regional match-up with Michigan.
  • Interview with Daniel Turpen and Mitch Canham. (0:01:35) A short post-game interview with OSU pitcher Turpen and catcher Canham following the Beavers' victory over UC-Irvine in the semifinal round of the 2007 College World Series.
  • Baseball Season Highlights, 2008. (0:36:34) Included with footage from other OSU spring sports, this film documents the Beavers' 2008 campaign. The team finished the year with a season record of 28-24. A profile of outfielder Daniel Robertson is included at the conclusion of the film. A second shorter film (0:05:37) consists of a feature on Ryan Ortiz as well as a duplicate of the Daniel Robertson profile.

Basketball

Game Footage

1986-87 Season

    The games itemized below include footage of Gary Payton playing for the men's basketball team during his freshman year at Oregon State University. OSU finished the 1986-87 season with a record of 19-11, competing in two post-season games in the National Invitational Tournament. The team's leading scorer was center Jose Ortiz, who averaged 22.3 points per game and 8.7 rebounds per game. Payton, who started at point guard as a true freshman, averaged 12.5 points, 7.6 assists and 4.0 rebounds per game.

  • OSU vs. UC-Santa Barbara, December 5, 1986. (0:56:54) The Beavers defeated the Gauchos by a score of 91-85. Jose Ortiz scored 28 points; Gary Payton tallied 17 points and 7 assists.
  • OSU vs. University of Portland, December 6, 1986. (0:40:29) Oregon State won the game, 67-51. Jose Ortiz finished with a game high 30 points, while guards Eric Knox and Gary Payton contributed 13 and 7 points respectively.
  • OSU vs. University of Puget Sound, December 11, 1986. (0:38:50) The Beavers defeated the Loggers by a score of 70-52. Jose Ortiz led the way for Oregon State with 23 points; Gary Payton added 17 points, 7 assists and 4 steals.
  • OSU vs. Arizona State University, January 4, 1987. (0:41:03) Oregon State defeated the Sun Devils by a score of 81-75. OSU's leading scorers in the game were Eric Knox (16), Bill Sherwood (16), and Jose Ortiz (14). Gary Payton tallied 11 points to go with 11 assists.
  • OSU vs. Washington State University, January 22, 1987. (0:41:28) The Beavers defeated the Cougars by a score of 66-48. Jose Ortiz finished with a game high 23 points, with Earl Martin contributing 17 points and 10 rebounds. Gary Payton tallied 8 points in the win.

2008-09 Season

    In head coach Craig Robinson's first year at OSU, the Beavers went 18-18 and won the College Basketball Invitational tournament.

  • Men's basketball footage, November - December 2008. (1:36:24) This film contains raw game footage of the Beavers' pre-season home match-ups versus Montana State, Nebraska and Yale.
  • Men's basketball footage, December 2008 - January 2009. (2:52:35) This film documents OSU's home match-ups with Seattle Pacific, Howard University, USC and UCLA.
  • Men's basketball footage, December 2008 - February 2009. (1:30:15) This footage montage contains highlights from eleven OSU basketball home games and one road game, as contested over the course of the 2008-2009 season. Action from the entire home conference schedule is included in the film.
  • College Basketball Invitational Tournament highlights, March-April 2009. (0:55:16) A highlight compilation detailing the Beavers' run to the CBI tournament championship at the conclusion of the 2008-2009 season. Included is footage of Oregon State's match-ups versus Houston, Vermont, Stanford, and the University of Texas-El Paso. OSU won their first three games of the tournament en route to a best of three match-up versus the Miners. The Beavers clinched the title in the third game of the series, defeating UTEP on the road by a score of 81-73.
  • CBI Tournament Post-Game Interviews, March 30, 2009 (0:19:58) Interviews following Oregon State's victory over UTEP in Game 1 of the CBI Tournament finals. Interviewees include UTEP head coach Tony Barbee, OSU players Lathen Wallace and Roeland Schaftenaar, and Oregon State head coach Craig Robinson.

Basketball Features

  • "The Orange Express in Tokyo" (0:26:00). A feature on the OSU basketball team's trip to Tokyo in December 1981 to participate in the Suntory Tournament. While in Japan, the Beavers defeated Pennsylvania and Louisville, then ranked #3 in the country.
  • "26 and 1 Ain't Bad: The 1980-81 Season of Oregon State Basketball" (0:28:13). A game-by-game review of the historic 1980-81 OSU men's basketball season.
  • "Red Hot and Rollin'" (0:23:46). A highlight film reviewing the 1981-82 OSU men's basketball season.
  • "Glory Road and the Desegregation of College Basketball: The Untold Story at OSU," 2011. (1:23:00) A presentation, panel discussion, and Q & A regarding the desegregation of the OSU basketball team during the 1960s. Panelists were Norm Monroe, first black walk-on player during the 1960-1961 season; Charlie White, first black player recruited on scholarship, 1964-1967; Paul Valenti, OSU Basketball Head Coach, 1964-1970; Craig Robinson, OSU Basketball Head Coach, 2009-2014; Dr. Larry Griggs, Director of the Educational Opportunities Program, 1985-2008. More information about this event is available here.

Season Montages

Compiled by KEZI-TV, the season montages itemized below include raw footage of practices, games, and interviews; snippets of commercial game broadcasts; news packages produced by KEZI; and film related to Beaver basketball recruiting, facilities, and off-season activities. Footage documenting the broader activities of the Oregon State University Athletic Department is included as well.

  • OSU Basketball montage, 1995-1996. (1:00:25) In head coach Eddie Payne's first year at OSU, the Beavers struggled to a 6-21 overall record. This film also contains footage of the OSU women's basketball team competing during the same season.
  • OSU Basketball montage, 1996-1997. (0:31:35) In 1996-97, the men's basketball team was led by three freshmen - Carson Cunningham, Corey Benjamin and Ron Grady - and compiled a season record of 7-20, with just three wins in conference. This film also contains footage of the OSU women's basketball team competing during the same season.
  • OSU Men's Basketball montage, 1997-1998. (0:36:39) The 1997-98 team completed the season with a record of 13-17. The team's leading scorer was sophomore Corey Benjamin, who averaged 19.8 points per game prior to declaring for the 1998 NBA draft.
  • OSU Men's Basketball montage, 1998-1999. (1:39:30) The 1998-99 team compiled a season record of 13-14 overall, and 7-11 in conference. Three of the team's conference wins were over top 10 teams: a 65-63 win over #8 UCLA, a 60-59 win over #9 Arizona and, to conclude the year, a 59-45 win over #6 Stanford. On the court, the Beavers were led by three sophomores: guards Deaundra Tanner (the Beavers' leading scorer at 15.8 points per game) and Josh Steinthal, and center Jason Heide.
  • OSU Men's Basketball montage, 1999-2000. (1:00:55) In what turned out to be head coach Eddie Payne's final season in charge of the Beavers, the OSU men's basketball team logged a season record of 13-16, with five victories in conference. Though a disappointing year overall, the Beavers did defeat #3 Arizona in overtime by a score of 70-69. Junior guard Deaundra Tanner, whose three-pointer at the buzzer beat Arizona, led the team in scoring at 14.2 points per game. Freshman forward Brian Jackson averaged 12.5 points and 5.1 rebounds per game as well.
  • OSU Men's Basketball montage, 2000-2001. (0:41:20) In head coach Ritchie McKay's first year at the helm, the Beavers compiled a season record of 10-20. Standout players for the team included seniors Jason Heide and Deaundra Tanner, and sophomores Brian Jackson and Jimmie Haywood.
  • OSU Men's Basketball montage, 2001-2002. (0:32:58) In head coach Ritchie McKay's second and final season leading the Beaver hoops squad, the team compiled a record of 12-17. Junior forwards Philip Ricci and Brian Jackson led the team, along with guards Jimmie Haywood and Adam Masten. In addition to game highlights, this specific film also includes footage of McKay's departure and the arrival of Jay John as his successor as head coach.
  • OSU Basketball montage, 2002-2003. (0:44:55) In head coach Jay John's first year leading the OSU men's basketball program, the Beavers compiled a record of 13-15. Philip Ricci, Brian Jackson, Jimmie Haywood and Lamar Hurd were the team's standout players, statistically. This film also contains footage of the OSU women's basketball team competing during the same season.
  • OSU Basketball montage, 2003-2004. (0:26:00) In 2003-04, the OSU men's basketball team compiled a record of 12-16 and was led on the court by junior forward David Lucas, sophomore guard Chris Stephens, and junior guard J.S. Nash. This film also contains footage of the OSU women's basketball team competing during the same season.
  • OSU Basketball montage, 2004-2005. (0:41:16) The Beaver men's basketball team finished the 2004-05 campaign at 17-15, the program's first winning record since the 1989-90 season. It's subsequent participation in the National Invitation Tournament also marked the program's first participation in post-season play since the '89-90 team's appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Led by forwards David Lucas and Nick DeWitz, and guards Chris Stephens and J.S. Nash, OSU lost only three home games all season, including an 85-83 overtime loss to Cal State Fullerton in the first round of the NIT to conclude the year. This film also contains footage of the OSU women's basketball team competing during the same season.
  • OSU Basketball montage, 2005-2006. (0:35:39) The 2005-2006 Beaver men's basketball team completed the season with a record of 13-18, a campaign highlighted by a home win over #24 Arizona. The team's statistical leaders included seniors Nick DeWitz and Chris Stephens, and sophomores Sasa Cuic and Marcel Jones. This film also contains footage of the OSU women's basketball team competing during the same season.
  • OSU Basketball montage, 2006-2007. (0:42:33) Led by juniors Marcel Jones and Sasa Cuic, the 2006-2007 OSU men's basketball team struggled to a 11-21 season record. This film also contains footage of the OSU women's basketball team competing during the same season.
  • OSU Basketball montage, 2007-2008. (0:34:53) The Beaver men's basketball team finished a forgettable 2007-2008 campaign winless in conference and 6-25 overall. Head coach Jay John was dismissed during the season and the team's final thirteen games were coached by his former assistant, Kevin Mouton. Footage of Craig Robinson's introductory press conference as the new leader of the men's program is included at the conclusion of this film. The film also contains footage of the OSU women's basketball team competing during the same season.

The Ralph Miller Show

On his weekly television show, Oregon State basketball coach Ralph Miller reviewed the previous week's games and previewed what was to come. Co-hosted by Pat Lafferty, the show also included profile interviews with individual players, discussions of Miller's coaching philosophy, and features on others who were involved with OSU basketball. Later seasons also incorporated academic profiles produced by OSU News and Communications Services, as well as historical reviews of each of Miller's past seasons as head basketball coach at Oregon State. All episodes of the Ralph Miller Show that have been made available online can be accessed here.

  • The Ralph Miller Show, 1980-1981. Known as "The Orange Express," Oregon State spent much of the 1980-81 basketball season ranked number one in the country, and completed the year as champions of the Pac-10 conference. Season 1 episodes available online, and the features included in each episode, are as follows:
    • December 24, 1980 (0:29:20). Interviews with players Ray Blume, Mark Radford, and Steve Johnson, as well as a feature on base team drills that the Beavers run in practice and a profile of OSU basketball secretary, Anne Harper.
    • January 7, 1981 (0:29:36). Interviews with players Charlie Sitton and Lester Conner, as well as a feature on individual skill drills that the Beavers run in practice and a profile of OSU assistant basketball coach, Jimmy Anderson.
    • January 14, 1981 (0:29:34). Interviews with players Jeff Stoutt and William Brew, as well as a feature on OSU assistant basketball coach Steve Seidler and Miller's responses to questions submitted by fans.
    • January 21, 1981 (0:29:43). Interviews with players Bill McShane and Alan Tait, as well as features on OSU's 3-on-3 drill and the Oregon State rally squad (including an interview with cheerleader Andre Houle), and Miller's responses to questions submitted by fans.
    • January 28, 1981 (0:29:42). Interviews with players Rob Holbrook and Jeff Wilson, as well as a feature on creating fast break opportunities and a profile of OSU assistant basketball coach, Lanny Van Eman.
    • February 4, 1981 (0:29:32). Interviews with players Ray Blume and Raymond Lankford, as well as a feature on the principles of zone defense and footage of Coach Miller "mic'd up" during the recent UCLA victory.
    • February 11, 1981 (0:29:38). Interviews with players Mark Radford and Danny Evans, as well as a feature on the principles of man-to-man defense and a profile of undergraduate assistant, Andy McClouskey.
    • February 18, 1981 (0:29:41). Interviews with players Jeff Stoutt and Charlie Sittion, as well as a feature on the fundamentals of passing and footage of OSU radio voice Darrell Aune calling the Civil War basketball game from Eugene.
    • February 25, 1981 (0:29:34). Interviews with players Bill McShane and Steve Lankton, and a feature on student support for the basketball program.
    • March 4, 1981 (0:30:07). Interviews with players Lester Connor, Jaime Stangel, and Brett Starr, and a profile on senior team manager Kenny Schaudt
    • March 11, 1981 (0:25:42). Interviews with players Steve Johnson and Scott McKie, a feature on the wives of members of the basketball coaching staff, and a preview of the upcoming NCAA basketball tournament.

  • The Ralph Miller Show, 1981-1982. This iteration of The Ralph Miller Show documented the Beavers' run to a third consecutive Pac-10 basketball championship. Season 2 episodes available online, and the features included in each episode, are as follows:
    • January 6, 1982 (0:29:00). Interviews with players Lester Conner and Charlie Sitton, as well as a feature on the Beavers' December trip to Tokyo to play in the Suntory Tournament.
    • January 13, 1982 (0:28:29). Interviews with players Rob Holbrook and William Brew, as well as a coaching segment on attacking zone defenses, and a feature on the recent refurbishment of the Gill Coliseum playing floor.
    • January 20, 1982 (0:28:27). Interviews with players Danny Evans and A.C. Green, as well as a coaching segment on attacking man-to-man defenses, and a feature on testing and selecting proper footwear for playing basketball.
    • January 27, 1982 (0:28:30). Interviews with players Jamie Stangel and Greg Wiltjer, as well as a coaching segment on fundamentals of sound defense, and a feature on the OSU Crew team's work in cleaning up Gill Coliseum after each basketball game concludes.
    • February 3, 1982 (0:28:29). Interviews with players Jeff Wilson and Alan Tait, as well as a coaching segment on switching from defense to offense, and a feature on life on the road for a student-athlete.
    • February 10, 1982 (0:28:33). Interviews with players Dean Hart and Darrell Neal, as well as a coaching segment on defending the fast break, and a feature on concessions sales at Gill Coliseum.
    • February 17, 1982 (0:28:30). Interviews with players A.C. Green, Raymond Lankford and Brett Starr, a coaching segment on Miller's 3-on-3 and 4-on-4 drills, and a feature on The Beaver Club booster organization.
    • February 24, 1982 (0:28:30). Interviews with players William Brew and Danny Evans, a comparison of the 1981-82 team with the two teams that preceded it, and a collection of slow-motion highlights set to music.
    • March 3, 1982 (0:28:34). A video montage celebrating OSU's clinching of the Pac-10 conference title for the third consecutive year, an interview with player Charlie Sitton, a coaching segment on recent rule changes, and a feature on OSU Sports Information photographer Mike Shields.
    • March 10, 1982 (0:28:32). Interviews with players Rob Holbrook and Lester Conner, a highlight montage set to the song "It Don't Come Easy" by Ringo Starr, and Miller's analysis of the West bracket in the upcoming NCAA basketball tournament.

  • The Ralph Miller Show, 1982-1983. Season three of the Ralph Miller Show documents the Beavers' difficult 1982-83 campaign, during which the team's struggles with injuries and illness led to a third-place finish in the Pac-10 conference, and a birth in the National Invitational Tournament. Season 3 episodes available online, and the features included in each episode, are as follows:
    • January 11, 1983 (0:29:35). Interviews with players William Brew and Danny Evans, a coaching feature on preparing for different phases of a season (practices prior to playing any games; pre-conference games; and conference games), and an academic profile featuring OSU's Dean of Research, George Keller.
    • January 18, 1983 (0:28:42). Interviews with players Charlie Sitton and A.C. Green, a coaching feature on passing against zone defenses, and an academic profile of the College of Liberal Arts as narrated by dean Bill Wilkins.
    • January 25, 1983 (0:28:47). Interviews with players Steve Woodside and Darryl Flowers, a coaching feature analyzing the impact of recent changes to the OSU line-up, and an academic profile of the College of Science as narrated by dean Tom Sugihara.
    • February 1, 1983 (0:29:09). Interviews with players Alan Tait and Andy Mott, a coaching feature on the transition from defense to offense, and an academic profile of the College of Forestry as narrated by dean Carl Stoltenberg.
    • February 8, 1983 (0:28:52). Interviews with players Jeff Wilson and Alan Tait, a coaching feature on playing in the post, and an academic profile of the College of Engineering as narrated by dean Fred Burgess.
    • February 15, 1983 (0:28:51). Interviews with players Charlie Sitton and Brett Starr, and a feature on fan support for the OSU basketball program.
    • February 22, 1983 (0:28:54). Interviews with players A.C. Green and Jeff Wilson, a coaching feature on attacking defenses with "back door" plays, and an academic profile of the College of Business as narrated by dean Earl Goddard.
    • March 2, 1983 (0:29:18). Interviews with players Steve Woodside and Darryl Flowers, and a coaching feature on perimeter shooting.
    • March 8, 1983 (0:27:57). Interviews with players Danny Evans and William Brew, a coaching feature analyzing the final minute of the recent Civil War basketball game, and an academic profile of the College of Health and Physical Education as narrated by dean Michael Maksud.
    • March 15, 1983 (0:27:50). A highlight montage from the 1982-83 season, a coaching feature focusing on Miller's overall assessment of the recently completed regular season, and an academic profile of the College of Home Economics as narrated by dean Betty Hawthorne.

  • The Ralph Miller Show, 1983-1984. Season four of the Ralph Miller Show covers the Beavers' run to the co-championship of the Pac-10 conference - their fourth such title in five years - and their selection to play in the NCAA tournament. Season 4 episodes available online, and the features included in each episode, are as follows:
    • January 10, 1984 (0:29:02). Interviews with players Charlie Sitton and Alan Tait, a coaching feature on Miller's use of the team's young players, and an academic profile on clean coal-burning technology being developed by the OSU College of Engineering.
    • January 17, 1984 (0:29:30). Interviews with players A.C. Green and Steve Woodside, and a coaching feature analyzing Miller's half-court defensive system.
    • January 24, 1984 (0:29:29). Interviews with players Darrin Houston and Darryl Flowers, and a coaching feature analyzing Miller's full-court pressure defense.
    • January 31, 1984 (0:30:02). Interviews with players Jamie Stangel and Rick Berry, a coaching feature analyzing movement and teamwork on offense, and an academic feature on Engineering education at OSU.
    • February 7, 1984 (0:29:21). Interviews with players Tyrone Miller and Pat Giusti, and a coaching feature further analyzing Miller's philosophy of playing offense.
    • February 14, 1984 (0:28:53). An interview with player Kevin Spivey, a coaching feature analyzing the four-corners offense, and a conversation with assistant coach Jimmy Anderson focusing on preparing OSU's scout team.
    • February 21, 1984 (0:29:18). Interviews with player Parrish Johnson and assistant coach Lanny Van Eman, and a coaching feature on the transition break between defense to offense.
    • February 28, 1984 (0:29:09). Interviews with players Darryl Flowers and A.C. Green, a coaching feature on applying pressure defense on ball handlers, and an academic profile of the OSU wave research facility.
    • March 6, 1984 (0:28:58). Interviews with players Steve Woodside and Alan Tait, and a coaching feature examining this year's team's use of its post players.
    • March 13, 1984 (0:28:36). An interview with OSU player Charlie Sitton and a montage of highlights from the 1983-84 season.

  • The Ralph Miller Show, 1984-1985. Season five of the Ralph Miller Show covers a year in which the Beavers finished in a tie for third place in the Pacific-10 Conference and qualified for the NCAA tournament for the fourth time in five years. This iteration of the show also includes a methodical look back at Miller's coaching history at Oregon State. Season 5 episodes available online, (note that the February 27, 1985 episode is not available) and the features included in each episode, are as follows:
    • January 2, 1985 (0:29:31). Practice footage featuring new players added to the OSU roster for the 1984-85 season.
    • January 9, 1985 (0:29:07). Interviews with players Eric Knox and Steve Woodside, and a historical feature looking back on the 1970-71 OSU basketball season, Ralph Miller's first as head coach at OSU.
    • January 16, 1985 (0:29:05). Interviews with players A.C. Green and Darryl Flowers, and a historical feature looking back on the 1971-72 and 1972-73 seasons.
    • January 23, 1985 (0:29:10). Interviews with players Dean Derrah and Pat Giusti, and a historical feature looking back on the 1973-74 and 1974-75 seasons.
    • January 30, 1985 (0:28:51). Interviews with players Byron Thierry and Darrin Houston, and a historical feature looking back on the 1975-76 and 1976-77 seasons.
    • February 6, 1985 (0:29:06). Interviews with players Jeff Hales and Todd Thomas, and a historical feature looking back on the 1977-78 season.
    • February 13, 1985 (0:29:09). Interviews with player Tyrone Miller and assistant coach Jimmy Anderson, and a historical feature looking back on the 1978-79 season.
    • February 20, 1985 (0:29:19). Interviews with player Eric Knox and assistant coach Lanny Van Eman, and a historical feature looking back on the 1979-80 season.
    • March 6, 1985 (0:29:06). Interviews with players Steve Woodside and Dean Derrah, and a historical feature looking back on the 1981-82 season.
    • March 13, 1985 (0:29:05). Interviews with player A.C. Green, and a historical feature looking back on the 1982-83 and 1983-84 seasons, and a montage of highlights from the recently concluded 1984-85 regular season.

Football

Football Features

Season Montages

Compiled by KEZI-TV, the season montages itemized below include raw footage of practices, games, and interviews; snippets of commercial game broadcasts; news packages produced by KEZI; and film related to Beaver football recruiting, facilities, and off-season activities. Footage documenting the broader activities of the Oregon State University Athletic Department is included as well.

  • OSU Football montage, 1985. (0:43:58) The 1985 season marked Dave Kragthorpe's first year in charge of the football program. Under their new coach, the Beavers compiled a record of 3-8. One of these wins, a 21-20 victory over the University of Washington at Husky Stadium, stands among the great upsets in school history.
  • OSU Football montage, 1986. (1:03:36) In 1986 the Beavers went 3-8 for the second year in a row. Victories during this campaign came against Cal, Boise State and BYU. One notable highlight of the home schedule was a visit by the San Diego Chicken mascot, who entertained the Parker Stadium faithful during a 17-7 loss to Stanford.
  • OSU Football montage, 1987. (2:08:39) The 1987 team compiled a record of 2-9, with a pair of wins captured over San Jose State and Akron. The squad went winless in Pac-10 play. This film also includes a news package highlighting the installation of a roof over Parker Stadium's west grandstands, as well as a "VIP concession area" and new artificial turf at McAlexander Fieldhouse, which the football team used as an indoor practice facility.
  • OSU Football montage, 1989. (1:21:17) The 1989 football team compiled a season record of 4-7-1. Two of the team's victories, as well as its tie, came in the month of October. One of those wins was a nationally televised game versus UCLA at Parker Stadium. The Beavers' 18-17 triumph prompted Oregon State's fans to tear down the goalposts in celebration.
  • OSU Football montage, 1990. (0:58:17) In the final year of Dave Kragthorpe's tenure as head football coach, the Beavers compiled a season record of 1-10, it's lone victory coming at home over 21st-ranked Arizona. This film includes silent footage of the recently completed Valley Football Center in its earliest incarnation, and concludes with a press conference announcing Kragthorpe's dismissal and his subsequent replacement with Jerry Pettibone.
  • OSU Football montage, 1991. (1:19:58) In the first year of Jerry Pettibone's tenure as head coach, the football team compiled a record of 1-10. The major bright spot for this season was a win over Oregon in the Civil War football game to conclude the year. Playing at Autzen Stadium, the Beavers escaped a winless season by beating the Ducks, 14-3.
  • OSU Football montage, 1992. (1:12:03) In 1992, the Beavers compiled a record of 1-9-1. The 14-14 result recorded on September 19, 1992 versus Arizona was the final tie in school history.
  • OSU Football montage, 1993. (0:55:49) The 1993 team finished the year with a record of 4-7, the school's best result since 1989. The Beavers' four victories represented a tally that was larger than the win total for the three previous seasons combined. A highlight of the campaign was OSU's victory over Oregon in the Civil War game at Autzen Stadium. The win marked the second time in three seasons that Oregon State beat their rivals, both times on the road.
  • OSU Football montage, 1994. (1:36:30) In 1994, the Beavers compiled a season record of 4-7 for the second year in a row. The campaign concluded on a bitter note when the University of Oregon beat OSU at Parker Stadium to clinch the Ducks' first trip to the Rose Bowl in 37 years.
  • OSU Football montage, 1995. (1:28:54) The Beavers struggled through a 1-10 season in 1995, beating Idaho in their opening game and losing out from there.
  • OSU Football montage, 1996. (1:04:49) In what would prove to be head coach Jerry Pettibone's last season in charge of OSU's football program, his team compiled a record of 2-9. This film includes scenes of OSU students celebrating one of those wins - a 26-12 home win over Stanford, OSU's first victory after fifteen straight losses - by toppling the Parker Stadium goalposts and parading them onto campus. Likewise included are a KEZI package on the 100th Civil War football game, which was played on November 23, 1996, as well as scenes from Mike Riley's introductory press conference as the newly hired coach of the Beavers.
  • OSU Football montage, 1997. (1:15:06) The 1997 season marked the beginning of head coach Mike Riley's first stint at OSU. His team completed the season with a record of 3-8, going winless in conference play.
  • OSU Football montage, 1999. (1:30:44) The 1999 season was an especially noteworthy one for OSU, as it began with the hiring of a new head football coach, Dennis Erickson, and concluded with the program's first winning season in 28 years. Led on the field by quarterback Jonathan Smith and running back Ken Simonton, Oregon State finished the year with a record of 7-5 and an appearance in the Oahu Bowl.
  • OSU Football montage, 2001. (0:52:49) OSU finished the 2001 season with a 5-6 record. The team was coached by Dennis Erickson and led on the field by quarterback Jonathan Smith and running back Ken Simonton, both of whom were seniors.
  • OSU Football montage, 2002. (1:00:57) OSU completed the 2002 season with a 8-5 record, losing to Pittsburgh in the Insight Bowl. The 2002 team was led by head coach Dennis Erickson, in his final year with the Beavers, quarterback Derek Anderson and running back Steven Jackson, both sophomores, as well as junior wide receiver James Newson.
  • OSU Football montage, 2003. (0:36:13) OSU's 2003 season resulted in a record of 8-5 and a Christmas Eve victory over New Mexico in the Las Vegas Bowl. The season marked the return of Mike Riley as head coach at Oregon State. On the field, the team was once again led by quarterback Derek Anderson and running back Steven Jackson, who left OSU for the NFL following the conclusion of the 2003 campaign.
  • OSU Football montage, 2004. (1:03:37) The Beavers' 2004 season began with a heartbreaking overtime loss at LSU and ended with a solid victory over Notre Dame in the Insight Bowl. The team won six of its final seven games, finishing with a record of 7-5. Standout players included senior quarterback Derek Anderson, senior defensive end Bill Swancutt, and junior wide receiver Mike Hass, all of whom were recruited from Oregon high schools.
  • OSU Football montage, 2005. (0:54:03) After starting the year on a strong note, the 2005 Beavers stumbled down the stretch en route to a record of 5-6. Playing in a newly renovated and expanded Reser Stadium, the team's standout individuals included senior wide receiver Mike Hass, who won the Fred Biletnikoff Award, given annually to the outstanding wide receiver in college football. Sophomore kicker Alexis Serna was similarly honored, receiving the Lou Groza Award as the nation's outstanding kicker.
  • OSU Football montage, 2006. (0:43:01) The 2006 season was one of the more successful campaigns in the recent history of Oregon State football. Stumbling out of the gate with a 2-3 start, the Beavers went on to win eight of their final nine games, finishing with a record of 10-4. Noteworthy victories during the season included wins over ranked USC and Hawaii, a Civil War triumph over Oregon, and a thrilling defeat of Missouri in the Sun Bowl. Standout players on the team included quarterback Matt Moore, wide receiver Yvenson Bernard, tight end Joe Newton, and wide receiver Sammie Stroughter.
  • OSU Football montage, 2007. (0:43:01) The 2007 Beaver football team overcame a 2-3 start to win seven of their final eight games in finishing with a 9-4 record. Notable victories included wins over #2 ranked California, a Civil War win in Eugene over #20 Oregon, and a triumph over Maryland in the Emerald Bowl. Standout players included running back Yvenson Bernard and linebacker Derrick Doggett, both seniors, as well as freshman wide receiver James Rodgers.
  • OSU Football montage, 2008. (0:33:04) After starting the season with two losses, OSU won nine of their final eleven games to finish the season with a record of 9-4. Without question, the highlight of the season was a thrilling home victory over top-ranked USC before a Thursday night national television audience. The team completed the year with a win over Pittsburgh in the Sun Bowl. Standout players included defensive end Victor Strong-Butler and wide receiver James Rodgers, who propelled the OSU offensive alongside his brother, freshman running back Jacquizz Rodgers.

Bowl Games

  • Pineapple Bowl Festivities and Game Footage, 1939-1940. (0:09:15) Color footage of the team's travel, by ship, across the Pacific Ocean as well as the festivities that awaited them once they arrived in Honolulu. The team enjoyed an elaborate parade and played in two games during their trip, the culmination being a sound 39-6 defeat of the home University of Hawaii Rainbow Warriors on New Years Day, 1940.
  • Rose Bowl Homecoming Banquet, 1942. (0:07:16) Includes footage of the Civil War football game between Oregon State College and University of Oregon in November 1941, the campus celebration that followed Oregon State's win, and the Homecoming Banquet for the 1942 Rose Bowl team. Footage of card stunts, the marching band, and several plays in the Civil War game are included. The post-game campus celebration shows students gathering in the Memorial Union quadrangle and the front steps of the Memorial Union, yell leaders, and Coach Lon Stiner. The footage of the Homecoming Banquet includes Oregon Governor McKay, F.A. Gilfillan, Coach Lon Stiner, other dignitaries, and the players.
  • Rose Bowl Pre-Game Activities, 1942. (0:03:58) Includes footage of team's arrival in Durham, North Carolina; coaches and players on the Duke University campus before the game; pre-game warm-ups, and coin toss. Oregon State players are wearing orange jerseys.
  • Rose Bowl, 1942. Two sets of game footage of the 1942 Rose Bowl football contest between Oregon State College and Duke University that was played in Durham, North Carolina. Oregon State players are wearing jerseys with dark numerals and dark helmets. OSC won the game by a score of 20-16. 1942 Rose Bowl - Footage Set 1 (0:40:55); 1942 Rose Bowl - Footage Set 2 (0:15:08)
  • Rose Bowl, 1957. (0:39:17) In their second ever appearance in the Rose Bowl football game, OSC lost to Iowa by a score of 35-19.
  • Rose Bowl, 1965. (0:40:39) Oregon State lost to the University of Michigan by a score of 34-7 in this, the school's third appearance in the Rose Bowl football game.

Civil Wars

  • Civil War Football Game, 1946. (0:31:16) Silent footage of the Civil War football game, played in Corvallis on November 23, 1946. The Beavers defeated the Ducks that day, by a score of 13-0.
  • Civil War Football Game, 1948. (0:32:06) Silent footage of the Civil War football game, contested in Corvallis on November 20, 1948. The final score was University of Oregon: 10 - Oregon State College: 0.
  • Civil War Football Game, 1950. (0:37:35) Silent footage of the Civil War football game, contested in Corvallis on November 25, 1950. OSC won this game by a score of 14-2.
  • Civil War Football Game, 1951. (0:30:00) Silent footage of the Civil War football game, contested in Eugene on November 24, 1951. Oregon State College beat the University of Oregon that day by a score of 14 to 7.
  • Civil War Football Game, 1955. (0:36:58) Silent footage of the Civil War football game, contested in Eugene on November 19, 1955. OSC was held scoreless on the day, losing 28-0.
  • Civil War Football Game, 1956. (0:29:58) Silent footage of the Civil War football game, contested in Corvallis on November 22, 1956. OSC tied their rival 14-14 in their last regular season game prior to playing in the 1957 Rose Bowl.
  • Civil War Football Game, 1960. (0:36:33) Silent footage of the Civil War rivalry football game, held in Corvallis on November 19, 1960 and ending in a 14-14 tie.
  • Civil War Football Game, 1966. (0:30:32) Silent footage of the Civil War football game, held in Corvallis on November 19, 1966. Oregon State beat Oregon on this occasion, winning by a score of 20-15.
  • Civil War Football Game, 1967. (0:31:41) Silent footage of the Civil War football game played in Eugene on November 18, 1967. The 1967 Beavers are known now as the Giant Killers team, and they won this game, 14-10.
  • Civil War Football Game, 1970. (0:32:08) Silent footage of the Civil War football game contested in Corvallis on November 21, 1970. Oregon State emerged victorious, winning by a score of 24-9.
  • Civil War Football Game, 1976. (0:20:49) Silent footage of the 1976 Civil War, including pre-game and halftime activities, scenes of fans in the stands, and in-game footage. OSU lost the game, 23-14.
  • Civil War Football Game, 1978. (0:17:49) Silent footage of the 1978 Civil War, including images of fans entering the stadium and in the stands, journalists in the press box, game action, and scenes from the Oregon State sideline. The Beavers lost the game to the Ducks by a score of 24-3.
  • Civil War Football Game, 1980. (0:34:20) OSU lost this edition of the Civil War rivalry by a score of 40-21. The Beavers completed the first and only winless season in school history a few weeks later.
  • Civil War Football Game, 1983. Commonly referred to today as "The Toilet Bowl," the 1983 Civil War football game stands as the last scoreless tie in the history of NCAA Division I football. Played on November 19, 1983 in wet and windy conditions, the game featured eleven turnovers, four missed field goals, and sixteen punts. Footage features radio broadcast commentary by Darrell Aune and Jim Howe. First Half; Second Half.
  • Civil War Football Game, 1984. (0:29:10) In Joe Avezzano's final game as head football coach, OSU lost to Oregon by a score of 31-6.
  • Civil War Football Game, 2000. (1:53:51) The 2000 Civil War football game was played for stakes that were higher than any Oregon vs. Oregon State football match-up in the 100+ year history of the rivalry. OSU, which was ranked #8 nationally, and the UO, ranked fifth, entered the game with matching 9-1 records. OSU prevailed 23-13, finished the regular season with a record of 10-1, and was extended an invitation to play Notre Dame in the Fiesta Bowl on January 1, 2001.
  • Civil War Football: Post-Game Press Conference, 2000. (0:11:56) Footage of the post-game press conference held at Reser Stadium following OSU's 23-13 victory Civil War victory over Oregon. Participants in the press conference include head coach Dennis Erickson and players Ken Simonton, Darnell Robinson, Martin Mauer and Jonathan Smith.
  • Civil War Football Game, 2002. (1:20:18) OSU won its third straight home Civil War match-up by a significant margin, beating Oregon by a score of 45-24.
  • Civil War Football Game, 2004. (1:43:53) OSU won this iteration of the Civil War handily, defeating the Ducks by a score of 50-21.
  • Civil War Football Game, 2006. (0:37:53) OSU beat the Ducks 30-28 in a tense game, clinching victory when they blocked Oregon's 44-yard field goal attempt with 20 seconds to go.
  • Civil War Football Game, 2007. (1:26:47) OSU went to Autzen Stadium and emerged victorious, beating Oregon in double overtime by a score of 38-31.

Other Game Footage

  • OSC vs. Washington, October 8, 1949. (0:35:43) Silent footage of a game played in Seattle on October 8, 1949. The Beavers beat the Huskies, 7-3.
  • OSC vs. USC, October 30, 1954. (1:39:45) Oregon State was soundly defeated in this game versus #13 USC, 34-10. Silent footage.
  • Game footage from the 1955 seasons. Silent footage of six games:
  • OSC vs. Kansas, September 28, 1957. (1:00:18) Oregon State won this road contest by a score of 34-6.
  • Game footage from the 1977 and 1978 seasons. Silent footage of three home games shot from the OSU sideline. The games captured are:
  • OSU vs. Stanford, October 29, 1983. (OSU 31 - Stanford 18) First Half; Second Half.
  • OSU vs. Idaho, September 7, 1985. (OSU 43 - Idaho 28) First Half; Second Half.
  • OSU vs. California, September 14, 1985. (OSU 23 - Cal 20; game played at Civic Stadium in Portland) First Half; Second Half.
  • OSU vs. Washington, October 19, 1985. OSU entered this game as a 38-point underdog to the Huskies, who had finished #2 in the nation the year before. The Beavers' 21-20 victory stands today as one of the great upsets in school history. Radio commentary provided by Darrell Aune and Jim Howe. First Half; Second Half.
  • OSU vs. UCLA, October 21, 1989. (0:15:52) This file consists of a commercial broadcast of the final minutes of game play and the wild celebration that ensued following OSU's 18-17 victory over UCLA at Parker Stadium.
  • OSU vs. Arizona, October 13, 1990. (1:29:47) OSU won this game by a score of 35-21; it proved to be the Beavers' only win of the 1990 season. The jubilant OSU student section celebrated the win by tearing down a Parker Stadium goalpost (seen at the end of the film) and carrying it out of the stadium in pieces. Silent, wide-angle master film.
  • OSU vs. USC, October 28, 2006. (2:51:54) Few gave Oregon State much of a chance of defeating #3 USC, who at the time had won twenty-seven straight conference games. OSU's tense 33-31 victory, in which they held off a furious rally, shocked the college football world and set the stage for a successful season in which the Beavers finished 10-4 and defeated Missouri in the Sun Bowl. This film also includes multiple interviews with players and coaches following the game.
  • OSU vs. USC, September 25, 2008. (1:07:56) One of the more significant wins in the modern history of Oregon State football, the Beavers defeated top-ranked USC in front of a Thursday night national television audience by a score of 27-21. The victory was OSU's first over a top-ranked team in forty-one years, and their second home win in a row over USC.
  • OSU at Arizona, November 22, 2008. (0:46:03) OSU came from behind to defeat Arizona in dramatic fashion, kicking a short field goal on the last play of the game to secure a vital road win by a score of 19-17.
  • OSU vs. USC, November 20, 2010. (0:56:47) Contested on a cold night at Reser Stadium, the Beavers soundly defeated #20 USC by a score of 36-7. The victory marked the third straight time that Oregon State beat USC at home, coming on the heels of wins in Corvallis in 2006 and 2008.

Halftime Shows

Olympic and Club Sports

Women's Basketball

Season Montages

Compiled by KEZI-TV, the season montages itemized below include raw footage of practices, games, and interviews; snippets of commercial game broadcasts; news packages produced by KEZI; and film related to Beaver basketball recruiting, facilities, and off-season activities. Footage documenting the broader activities of the Oregon State University Athletic Department is included as well.

  • OSU Basketball montage, 1995-1996. (1:00:25) The 1995-96 OSU women's basketball team built a large and devoted fan following over the course of a successful season that concluded with a two-point loss in the first round of NCAA tournament play. Led by a new coach, Oregon State alumna Judy Spoelstra, and an international line-up headlined by two-time Pac-10 Player of the Year Tanja Kostic, the Beavers compiled a regular season record of 19-9.This film also contains footage of the OSU men's basketball team competing during the same season.
  • OSU Basketball montage, 1996-1997. (0:31:35) In 1996-97, the women's team was led by center Tina Lelas, who averaged 15.4 points and 9.1 rebounds per game on the season. The women's squad finished the year with a record of 11-16 and 5-13 in Pac-10 play. This film also contains footage of the OSU men's basketball team competing during the same season.
  • OSU Women's Basketball montage, 2000-2001. (0:18:08) The 2000-01 OSU women's basketball team compiled a season record of 16-13 en route to an appearance in the Women's National Invitation Tournament. The team's standout players included guards Felicia Ragland and Nicole Funn, and center Ericka Cook.
  • OSU Women's Basketball montage, 2001-2002. (0:20:12) The 2001-02 OSU women's basketball team completed the season with a record of 17-15, including an appearance in the Women's National Invitation Tournament for the second straight year. The Beavers were led by senior guard Felicia Ragland, who was named the conference's player of the year for her performance.
  • OSU Basketball montage, 2002-2003. (0:44:55) Led by guard Leilani Estevan and forward Hollye Chapman, the 2002-03 OSU women's squad posted a record of 15-15 and made a third consecutive appearance in the Women's National Invitation Tournament. This film also contains footage of the OSU men's basketball team competing during the same season.
  • OSU Basketball montage, 2003-2004. (0:26:00) In 2003-04, the OSU women's basketball team concluded the year at 17-15, competing in the Women's National Invitation Tournament for the fourth consecutive season. Standout players included guards Shannon Howell and Leilani Estavan, forward Hollye Chapman, and center Brina Chaney. This film also contains footage of the OSU men's basketball team competing during the same season.
  • OSU Basketball montage, 2004-2005. (0:41:16) The OSU women's team struggled in 2004-05, compiling a record of 6-23 in what proved to be head coach Judy Spoelstra's final campaign in charge of the program. This film also contains footage of the OSU men's basketball team competing during the same season.
  • OSU Basketball montage, 2005-2006. (0:35:39) Under new coach LaVonda Wagner, the OSU's women's squad bounced back from a dismal 2004-05 season to return to the National Invitation Tournament with a record of 16-15. The team was led on the court by seniors Kim Butler, Mandy Close and Anita Rivera. This film also contains footage of the OSU men's basketball team competing during the same season.
  • OSU Basketball montage, 2006-2007. (0:42:33) The 2006-07 women's team struggled to a 9-19 record in 2006-07. Senior guard Casey Bunn led the team, averaging 20 points per game. This film also contains footage of the OSU men's basketball team competing during the same season.
  • OSU Basketball montage, 2007-2008. (0:34:53) The OSU women's basketball team compiled a record of 12-19 on the year, led by senior center Ashley Allen and junior guard Brittney Davis. This film also contains footage of the OSU men's basketball team competing during the same season.
  • OSU Women's Basketball montage, 2008-2009. (1:53:26) The 2008-2009 OSU women's basketball team completed the season with a record of 20-12, losing to New Mexico in the second round of the Women's Invitation Tournament. The Beavers were led by guards Brittney Davis, Talisa Rhea and Mercedes Fox-Griffin, playing alongside center Alex Mitchell.

Other Women's Athletics

[See also: Olympic Sports, above]

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