The Beavers returned to practice at Gill Coliseum this week with what they said was a resolve to back themselves out of a corner after back-to-back losses to open their men's basketball season last weekend at the Top of the World Classic in Alaska.
What does TOWC stand for?
TOWC stands for Top of the World Classic (Alaska; basketball tournament)
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Byline: The Register-Guard The Associated Press FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Marcel Jones scored 23 points as Oregon State defeated South Carolina-Upstate 65-46 on Sunday for seventh place in the BP Top of the World Classic.
Byline: The Register-Guard FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Oregon State couldn't control Colorado State's Willis Gardner while falling 69-56 to the Rams in the Beavers' first game at the Top of the World Classic men's basketball tournament Thursday.
Washington forward Doug Wrenn will miss the Huskies' first game at the eight-team Top of the World Classic in Fairbanks, Alaska.