The Cats improved to 18-9 with the victory and wrapped up Pac-10 play with a 12-6 mark, good for fourth place in the league. Their conference record and finish match their best-ever achievements. This is the third straight year Arizona has gone 12-6 in the Pac-10 and the second consecutive season in which UA has finished fourth. OSU fell to 8-18 and 2-16.
DaLee posted a .500 hitting percentage for the second straight contest and the 15th time in her career. No other Wildcat has done so more than six times. Sophomore outside hitter added an Arizona team season-high four service aces.
Angie Shirley had six kills and a match-best six blocks for the Beavers.
Arizona returns to action next weekend when it plays host to the Starwoods Plaza Hotel Thanksgiving Invitational. The Cats play host to No. 3 Hawaii at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 26, in their first contest of the tournament. Texas-El Paso and Cal Poly meet in the first match of the competition at 4 p.m.