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Oregon State Basketball: Wayne Tinkle Adds Veteran Coach Eric Reveno As Associate Head Coach

According to a release from the Oregon State athletic department, Beavers head men’s Wayne Tinkle has added seasoned coach Eric Reveno to his staff in an “Associate Head Coach” role. Reveno’s appointment helps to fill the void left by the recent restructuring of the staff, which included parting ways with assistants Kerry Rupp and Stephen Thompson Jr.
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Worst Oregon State season ever... Wayne Tinkle on the hot seat?

The men’s basketball team is on a dangerous path headed towards the single worst season in program history. The Beavers current record of 3-21 (.125) would be the worst winning percentage ever and it’s unlikely to improve as the season winds down. Oregon State has six remaining regular season games and then they’ll be slotted in as the 12th-seed in the Pac-12 tournament. The Beavers face the Sun Devils tonight on ESPN2 and they are 8.5 point underdogs. There’s not an easy game left on the schedule and the Beavs will be underdogs in each contest. Here’s the kicker, Oregon State would need to pull off two upsets in order to avoid having the worst winning percentage in school history.

Canzano: Ducks NCAA Tournament bubble bursts while Beavers weigh buyer’s remorse on Wayne Tinkle extension

Oregon lost badly to Arizona State in men’s college basketball on Thursday night. Oregon State played a spirited first half but eventually folded and got beat by Arizona. ♦ No doubt, Oregon State athletic director Scott Barnes was poised a year ago to terminate his men’s basketball coach, Wayne Tinkle. The Beavers struggled mightily in the early part of last season, then somehow turned things around and played five inspired weeks of basketball to finish the season.
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OSU men's basketball coach Wayne Tinkle on March Madness run: “It was an incredible ride"

It was a magical run by the Oregon State Beavers men’s basketball team in the 2021 NCAA Tournament. The madness was alive and well for Beaver Nation. Oregon State star Ethan Thompson quickly became a household name before the No. 12 seeded Beavers ended their run in the Elite Eight in Indianapolis. OSU couldn’t pull off a late rally to reach the Final Four as the Beavers lost to No. 2 seed Houston, 67-61.
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OSU's Wayne Tinkle to be inducted into University of Montana's Hall of Fame

Current Oregon State men’s basketball head coach Wayne Tinkle has been announced as part of the University of Montana’s Grizzly Sports Hall of Fame, Class of 2021. It’s an honor befitting Tinkle. As he spent eight seasons with the Grizzlies, leading them to three NCAA Tournaments. In his almost-decade tenure with the university, he amassed a record of 158-89 (.640) and 97-39 (.713) within the Big Sky Conference. Damian Lillard also played in the Big Sky Conference while at Weber State.

Oregon State coach Wayne Tinkle breaks down the Beavers’ 2021 men’s basketball newcomers

We’re well into summer, which means the Oregon State coaching staff has had time to watch newcomers to its 2021-22 men’s basketball roster during workouts. Coach Wayne Tinkle gave his thoughts on the seven players new to the Beavers’ roster for the upcoming season (Tinkle couldn’t talk about grad transfer Xzavier Malone-Key, as he’s not yet officially in the program).

Wayne Tinkle, head coach of Beavers' MBB, signs contract extension through 2027

Wayne Tinkle, head coach of the Beavers Men’s Basketball Team, was up for a three-year extension at the end of this season and was granted another year bonus on top of his contract, Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Scott Barnes announced April 5. Tinkle’s recent extension is due...

Oregon State found money and gave it to Wayne Tinkle

Oregon State University decided head men’s basketball coach Wayne Tinkle was an important part of the program’s future, Tuesday. The program expressed that importance with a six-year, nearly $17 million dollar extension. By the end of said deal, Tinkle will earn close to $3 million per year. The coach helped a paltry team make history, and take the Beavers to their first Elite 8 appearance since the 1980’s. He deserves the money.

Wayne Tinkle Receives Four-Year Contract Extension

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State men’s basketball head coach Wayne Tinkle received a four-year contract extension that takes him through the 2026-27 season, Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Scott Barnes announced Monday. Tinkle was awarded a three-year extension and received an additional year for making the 2021 NCAA...
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Wayne Tinkle agrees to contract extension with Beavers

When you get your team to the Elite 8 for the first time since 1982, there's a good chance you will be rewarded for it. On Monday, Oregon State did just that with basketball head coach Wayne Tinkle, who agreed to a three-year contract extension with the team. He will...

Beavers Sign Wayne Tinkle to 3 Year Extension

After an amazing run the Elite 8, Oregon State University is rewarding Head Coach Wayne Tinkle with a three year contract extension. While financial details have not been revealed, the new contract should keep Tinkle in Corvallis through at least the 2026-27 season. Tinkle had another two years on his current contract, and a third was added after the team made the NCAA Tournament.

Oregon State, basketball coach Wayne Tinkle agree on contract through 2026-27 season

Wayne Tinkle was rewarded Monday following a breakout men’s basketball season when the Oregon State coach and school agreed on a three-year contract extension. Tinkle, 55, now has a six-year contract at Oregon State, a deal that expires following the end of the 2026-27 season. Tinkle had two years remaining on a contract he signed in 2019, plus a contractually-obligated additional year after the Beavers qualified for this year’s NCAA Tournament.

Wayne Tinkle signs extension with Oregon State after NCAA Tournament run

CORVALLIS, Ore. -- After making a run to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, Wayne Tinkle has extended his stay with Oregon State. Tinkle, a former University of Montana player and coach, received a four-year contract extension that keeps him Oregon State's head coach through the 2026-27 season, OSU vice president and director of intercollegiate athletics Scott Barnes announced Monday.