Oregon State Beavers predicted to be a one seed by ESPN’s bracketology

Dylan Mickanen
NBC Sports Northwest

The No. 7 ranked Oregon State women's basketball team (5-0) is off to a strong start to the season winning the WNIT ahead of an anticipated matchup against No. 16 Miami this weekend. However, some experts think they're underranked. 

ESPN bracketologist Charlie Creme released his up to date predictions which had the Beavers as the one seed in the Fort Wayne region. They were joined by fellow one seeds UCONN, defending champion Baylor and their rival Oregon. 

If they finished as a one seed, it would be the highest seed earned by the Beavers in school history. Coach Scott Rueck discussed earlier on the Talkin' Beavers podcast that he felt this team's ceiling is unknown. Coming from a coach that knows how to get to the Final Four, that's an exciting statement to hear for Beavers fans.

"I don't know what the ceiling is and that's a great thing for a coach to say."

You can listen to the full Talkin' Beavers Podcast below:

Oregon State Beavers predicted to be a one seed by ESPNs bracketology originally appeared on NBC Sports Northwest

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