Oregon downed Arizona in Tucson for its third Pac-12 win in a row.

Oregon State lost to Arizona State in a conference game at Tempe.

Concordia stunned host College of Idaho in a Cascade Collegiate Conference game, while CCC Warner Pacific fell at Eastern Oregon.

Lewis & Clark picked up a 69-55 homecourt triumph over Pacific Lutheran.

  • Ducks continue win streak

    Oregon's third consecutive conference win came at Arizona, 84-72, with sophomore forward Jillian Alleyne notching her second straight 20-20 game. She had 29 points and 20 rebounds (10 offensive) and tied a school record by going 11 of 11 at the free-throw line.ALLEYNE

    Lauri Landerholm went 11 of 11 against Washington State on Jan. 22, 1987.

    Also for the Ducks, freshman Chrishae Rowe had 24 points and five rebounds.

    Oregon led 43-27 at the half, with Alleyne netting 12 points and nine boards.

    The Ducks are 3-6 in the conference and 12-8 overall, but now they must go to Arizona State, which is second in the Pac-12, for a noon PT Sunday game.

  • Beavers fall in second half at ASU

    No. 15-ranked Arizona State trailed by eight points at halftime but came on to beat Oregon State 64-62 at home.

    Arizona State improved to 18-3 overall and 7-2 in the Pac-12, trailing only Stanford (9-0).

    The Beavers dropped to 4-5 in league and 12-9 for the season.

    OSU led 62-57 with 1:13 remaining, but Deja Mann hit a 3-point for the Sun Devils with 50 seconds to go, and a Beaver turnover led to a game-tying layup with 34 seconds left.

    A steal by ASU prompted an OSU foul, and Promise Amukarmara made one of two free throws.

    Guard Jamie Weisner missed a jumper from the middle of the key for Oregon State, and the Sun Devils added a free throw with two seconds left. Then Weisner missed a 3 at the buzzer.

    Deven Hunter (13 points) and Gabriella Hanson (12) paced the OSU offense.

  • Cavaliers knock off C-of-I

    Junior guard Janael Klarich made two free throws with two seconds left to lift Concordia over College of Idaho 79-77 at Caldwell, Idaho.

    The Cavaliers erased a 13-point second-half deficit as they ended C of I's five-game winning streak.

    The Cavs improved to 2-9 in the Cascade Collegiate Conference and 5-18 overall, while the Yotes fell to 7-5 in league and 10-10 for the season.

    Caitlyn McCutcheon, a 6-2 junior center from St. Mary's Academy, led Concordia with a game-high 22 points and a team-best 10 rebounds.

    The Cavs shot 61.8 percent from the field in their 53-point second half. It was a season high by five for points in any half this season by the Cavaliers.

  • Warner Pacific loses on the road to ranked EOU

    No. 16 Eastern Oregon jumped to an 18-4 lead and went on to beat Warner Pacific 83-59 at La Grande.

    Courtney Walchli, a 5-8 junior from Hermiston, led the Knights with 17 points as they slipped to 6-16 overall and 2-9 in the CCC.

    EUO improved to 19-5, 11-1.

  • Lewis & Clark bench provides support

    The host Pioneers got 31 points from their reserves as they defeated visiting Pacific Lutheran 69-55.

    Senior Katie Anderson led L&C with 15 points, freshman Ayisat Afolabi had 13, and senior Tayler Wang had a team-high 8 rebounds to go with 7 assists, 5 steals and 6 points.

    L&C climbed to 10-8 overall and 5-4 in the Northwest Conference, with Puget Sound to pay a visit at 6 p.m. Saturday.

    PLU fell to 7-11 overall and 3-6 in the NWC.

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