Freshman guard David Singleton looks to drive-in toward the key. Singleton ended the game with eight points, one rebound and three assists.
Sophomore guard Chris Smith slammed a dunk in the beginning of the second half of the game, causing a victorious uproar in the Bruins' section.
Gymnastics coach Valorie Kondos Field accepts being an Honorary Captain.
Sophomore guard Jaylen Hands goes up to block a shot by Beavers guard Stephen Thompson Jr.
Hands had the game-high of eight assists in Friday's match.
Redshirt junior Alex Olesinski goes up for a contested layup.
Singleton experienced his first career-start Friday, playing for a total of 28 minutes.
Sophomore guard Kris Wilkes denies Thompson the chance for a layup.
Legendary actor, Henry Winkler, showed support for the Bruins courtside.
Freshman guard Jules Bernard scored 10 points overall, with eight of those points coming from free throws.
Freshman center Moses Brown recovers the ball after Beavers guard Zach Reichle attempted to steal the ball.
Interim coach Murry Bartow watches from the sidelines.
Hands attempts to steal the ball from Beavers guard Ethan Thompson. Hands ended the game with 12 points, two rebounds and eight assists.
In the last minute of the game, Hands was offered two free throw opportunities, both of which he could not follow through on.
Wilkes goes aerial to connect a pass. Wilkes ended the game with six rebounds, one assist and one block.
Wilkes collected 10 points for the Bruins during the 36 minutes he played.
Olesinski and Brown go up to contest Beavers center Gligorije Rakocevic.
Redshirt junior guard Prince Ali was sidelined in Friday's game due to having plantar fasciitis in one of his feet. Bartow expects this injury will prevent Ali from playing in the upcoming Saturday game against Oregon.