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No. 12 OSU women beat No. 11 Stanford for first time in 15 years; Jillian Alleyne sets rebounding record in Ducks' win over Cal




Oregon State 58, Stanford 50, at Gill Coliseum

The 12th-ranked Beavers (14-3, 5-1 Pac-12) ended the game on a 23-4 run to beat the 11th-ranked Cardinal (14-4, 4-2) for the first time since Jan. 11, 2001.

Stanford, which had beaten Oregon State 29 consecutives times before Sunday’s game, led 30-21 at halftime and 40-30 after three quarters.

But the Beavers outscored the Cardinal 28-10 in the fourth quarter to send the energetic crowd of 4,314 home happy.

Oregon State senior guard Deven Hunter made a career-high five 3-pointers en route to her game-high 19 points. Hunter, a Keizer native who went to McNary High, also had a game-high 12 rebounds to record the ninth double-double of her career.

Fellow OSU senior guard Jamie Weisner added 18 points along with dishing out a game-high six assists and recording a game-high four steals. Weisner scored 12 of her 18 points in the fourth quarter.

Central Catholic High graduate Kailee Johnson, a junior forward for Stanford, had a team-high 14 points and made all eight of her free throw attempts.

The Cardinal’s biggest lead was 15 points.

Oregon 69, California 59, at Matthew Knight Arena

It was a historic day for Ducks senior forward Jillian Alleyne, who became the Pac-12’s all-time leading rebounder during Oregon’s victory over Cal on Sunday.

Alleyne, who had a game-high 25 points and 15 rebounds for her 83rd career double-double, now has 1,573 career rebounds. Former Stanford standout Chiney Ogwumike previously held the Pac-12 career record with 1,567 rebounds.

Oregon guards Lexi Brando (16 points) and Lexi Petersen (12 rebounds) joined Alleyne in a Ducks’ offensive attack that received all but five points from their starters. Jesuit High graduate Liz Brenner’s five points were the only points Oregon got from its bench.

The Ducks (12-5, 1-5 Pac-12), who led 17-13 after the first quarter, outscored the Bears 14-4 in the second quarter to take a 31-17 halftime lead. Oregon held off pesky Cal (10-7, 1-5) in the second half en route to its first Pac-12 victory of the season.

Kristine Anigwe had 17 points and Courtney Range scored 15 points to lead Cal.


Utah 59, Oregon State 53, at Salt Lake City, Utah

Talk about a bad trip.

Not only did the Beavers’ two-game road trip to Colorado and Utah end with two losses, but it was punctuated by Oregon State forward Jarmal Reid’s costly – and seemingly intentional – decision to trip referee Tommy Nunez.

With the score tied 52-52 with 2:56 to play, Reid appeared frustrated about a non-call on a Utah player and stuck out his right foot as Nunez ran past him. After tumbling to the ground, Nunez got up and issued a Flagrant 2 on Reid.

Utah’s Brandon Taylor made the flagrant foul free throw to start a game-ending 7-1 run for the Utes, who trailed by as many as 14 points. Reid, who was ejected after the flagrant foul, finished with two points and five rebounds off the bench.

Gary Payton II and Tres Tinkle both scored a team-high 11 points for the Beavers (11-5, 2-3). Tinkle also had a team-high seven rebounds.

Jakob Poeltl had a game-high 15 points for Utah (13-5, 2-3), which outscored Oregon State 36-19 in the second half. The Beavers led 34-23 at halftime.

Colorado 91, Oregon 87, at Boulder, Colo.

Five Ducks scored in double figures, but the Buffaloes were able to hold off Oregon down the stretch to record the win in an entertaining game that featured a combined 178 points.

Forward Dillon Brooks scored a game-high 21 points and guard Tyler Dorsey added 19 points to lead the Ducks (14-4, 3-2 Pac-12). Oregon also received 14 points from Elgin Cook, 11 points from Chris Boucher and 10 points from Dwayne Benjamin.

The Buffaloes, who outrebounded the Ducks 39-25, also had five players score in double figures. Forward Josh Scott had a team-high 17 points and 11 rebounds for Colorado (14-4, 3-2), which swept Oregon State and Oregon at home this week.

Bristol 101, Portland Bible 69, at Garden Grove, Calif.

Junior guard Garrett Williams and sophomore guard Matthew Martin both scored a team-high 18 points for the Wildcats in their road loss.

Freshman guard Troy Flanagan added 17 points for Portland Bible, which fell to 0-14.

Jesse Henderson-Lewis scored 16 points to lead Bristol (2-13), which led 53-36 at halftime.