Beavers' Tinkle makes all-Pac-12 team
Oregon State's Tres Tinkle was named to the 10-player all-Pac-12 men's basketball team on Monday.
Tinkle, a redshirt sophomore from Missoula, Montana, is the only Pac-12 player to score in double figures every game this season.
He's also the only Pac-12 player in the top 10 in the conference in scoring (18.0, sixth), rebounding (7.2, tied for eighth), assists (3.8, 10th) and steals (1.4, tied for eighth).
The 6-foot-8 forward has scored in double figures in 33 consecutive games dating back to last season, tied for the fifth-longest streak in Oregon State history.
It's the 10th straight year an Oregon State player has earned all-Pac-12 recognition.
Oregon sophomore Payton Pritchard and freshmen Troy Brown Jr. and Kenny Wooten earned honors as well. The trio helped lead Oregon to its eighth straight 20-win season.
Pritchard was named to the all-Pac-12 second team, Wooten was a member of the all-defensive team and Brown Jr. earned all-freshman honorable mention laurels.
Pritchard, from West Linn, is averaging 14.6 points per game and 4.8 assists per game.
Wooten, from Manteca, California, leads the Pac-12 in blocks with 84, averaging 2.7 per game to rank in the top 15 nationally.
Brown Jr., from Las Vegas, is averaging 11.9 points, 6.3 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game.
Arizona's Deandre Ayton was named the freshman and player of the year, Washington's Matisse Thybulle the defensive player of the year, Washington State's Robert Franks the most improved player of the year and Arizona State's Remy Martin and Colorado's Dominique Collier the co-sixth man of the year.
Washington's Mike Hopkins the coach of the year.
Other first-teamers were Ayton, Utah's Justin Bibbins, Washington's Noah Dickerson, Arizona State's Tra Holder, UCLA's Aaron Holiday, USC's Jordan McLaughlin and Chimezie Metu, Stanford's Reid Travis and Arizona's Allonzo Trier.