Cal Basketball Beats Oregon State 77-63, Send Off Jorge Gutierrez And Harper Kamp On Senior Night

The California Golden Bears sent off Jorge Gutierrez and Harper Kamp on Senior Night, as all five starters stepped up and made big contributions throughout to beat the Oregon St. Beavers and stay on top of the Pac-12 standings in their final home game.

Gutierrez had another vintage performance, finishing with 17 points and eight rebounds in his final home game. Kamp chipped in 13 points and 7 rebounds. The rest of the starters helped out, as Allen Crabbe put in 16 points and eight rebounds, Justin Cobbs had a solid 10 points and 13 assists, and David Kravish equaled Gutierrez at the top of the scoring board with 17 points and 8 assists. Cal shot 50% from the field compared to 38.5% for OSU.

Ahmad Starks and Jared Cunningham, who helped torched Cal in their first meeting, finished with only 12 points on a combined 5-17 shooting. Roberto Nelson and Devon Collier led the way with 14 points each.


To talk about Cal basketball, head on over to the California Golden Blogs. To discuss Oregon State basketball, check out Building the Dam.

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