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SATURDAY COLLEGE RESULTS


COURTESY: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL - Riley Hawken of the Concordia Cavaliers gets to the basket Saturday night at home against Alaska Anchorage.MEN'S BASKETBALL

Oregon 86, UCLA 72, Matthew Knight Arena

In Saturday's highlighted game, the Ducks continued their strong play, beating the Bruins in convincing fashion.

Dillon Brooks scored 25 points and Chris Boucher added 18 points and 11 rebounds as the Ducks led for nearly the entire game. The Bruins led 9-8 at 17:44 of the first half before the Ducks took over.

Aaron Holiday had 19 points for UCLA.

Elgin Cook added 17 points for the Ducks (16-4, 5-2 Pac-12), who shot .486 and hit 10 3-pointers, won the rebound battle 42-32 and outscored the Bruins 42-30 in the paint.

The Ducks have won five of six games since an opening Pac-12 loss at Oregon State.

The Bruins fell to 12-8 overall and 3-4 in Pac-12 play.

Saint Mary's 89, Portland 74, at Moraga, Calif.

The first-place Gaels (17-2, 8-1 West Coast Conference) went 8 of 9 from the field to start the game and then made their first 11 shots in the second half en route to the win against the Pilots (9-13, 3-6)

The Gaels shots 63 percent from the field and held a 39-18 rebound advantage. Forward Dane Pineau had 20 points (on 10-of-11 shooting) and 13 rebounds, and guard Emmett Naar had 20 points and eight assists.

D'Marques Tyson led the Pilots with 16 points, going 5 of 9 from 3-point range. Bryce Pressley added 15 points and Alec Wintering 13 and Jazz Johnson 12.

Portland State 81, Sacramento State 63, at Sacramento, Calif.

The Vikings shot .642 from the field and Cameron Forte scored 26 points and grabbed 12 rebounds.

Forte made 12 of 15 shots from the field. In his previous road game, he had 26 points and 11 rebounds.

Zach Gengler and Calaen Robinson added 13 points each for the Vikings (7-10, 3-3 Big Sky Conference).

Sac State fell to 8-9 overall and 1-5 in conference play. Justin Strings had 17 points.

Alaska Anchorage beats Concordia

The Alaska teams had their way with Concordia, including Alaska Anchorage, which beat the Cavaliers 90-71 in Great Northwest Athletic Conference play in Portland.

Alaska Anchorage (16-5, 9-1 GNAC) had a tough time with the Cavs (5-12, 3-7), who tied it at 48-48 on a three-point play by Drew Martin and two free throws by Latrell Wilson, just six minutes into the second half.

Two Wilson free throws gave CU a 63-61 lead, but Alaska Anchorage scored eight points in a row to secure the win.

Sekou Wiggs had 24 points and seven rebounds for Alaska Anchorage. Corey Hammell had 19 points and 17 rebounds and Brian McGill 17 points for the visitors.

Wilson had 23 points and Martin 17 for Concordia.

Willamette 71, Lewis & Clark 66, at Pamplin Sports Center

The Bearcats beat the Pioneers for the first time in four years by scoring 41 second-half points and finishing strong.

The Pios started 5 of 8 from 3-point land, but went cold.

Jason Luhnow had 24 points on 10-of-18 shooting; he hit four 3-pointers for the Pioneers (7-9, 3-5 Northwest Conference).

.Nico Troplent and Alex Brown combined for 38 points for the Bearcats (6-11, 3-5).

Multnomah loses

Walla Walla beat host Multnomah 82-80 in Cascade Collegiate Conference play, dropping the Lions to 4-15 overall and 1-10 in league.

The Lions had a chance to tie late, but missed a shot.

Walla Walla won for the first time in CCC play, improving to 3-17 overall and 1-11 in league.

Blake Updike had 30 points for Multnomah. Ben Grandle hit six 3-pointers. Ryan Spady had 32 points for the Wolves.

Warner Pacific wins

Warner Pacific routed New Hope Christian 112-59 in nonleague play. Morris Bethea had 18 points. The Knights shot .635 from the field.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

Vikings suffer 48-point loss

Sacramento State made 25 3-pointers in a 126-78 dismantling of Portland State in Big Sky Conference action at Stott Center.

Brianna Burgos hit six 3-pointers as part of her game-leading 32 points. Justyce Dawson, Abbey Goodsell and Raegen Rohn added four 3-pointers each. The Hornets took 100 shots in the game (55 from 3-point range), making 46. They led by as many as 52 points.

Cici West had 22 points and 10 rebounds for Portland State, Kian McNair added 19 points and Ashley Torres 18.

The Vikings (2-15, 0-6 Big Sky) had 29 turnovers, as Sac State had 21 steals.

The Hornets (7-10, 4-2) scored 23, 35, 31 and 37 points in quarters.

St. Mary's 78, Portland 51, Chiles Center

The Pilots showed some spunk early, but the Gaels took over and cruised to the West Coast Conference win.

Holly Blades hit three 3-pointers and Darian Siaga led the Pilots (2-18, 0-9 WCC) with 10 points.

Devon Brookshire led five players in double figures with 14 points and added nine rebounds for the Gaels (16-4, 7-2).

Concordia's rally falls short

Central Washington topped Concordia 62-55 in Great Northwest Athletic Conference play in Portland.

The Cavaliers (4-14, 2-8 GNAC), after a competitive first half, missed their first six shots of the second half and fell behind as Central (13-5, 6-4 GNAC) went on a 12-1 run.

The Wildcats made 29 of 37 free throws; Concordia went 18-for-31.

Jasmine Parker had 21 points and 11 rebounds for CWU. Erin Higbie and Bailey Cartwright had seven points each for Concordia.

Willamette 64, Lewis & Clark 57, at Pamplin Sports Center

The Pios let a second-half lead slip away, making 7 fo 31 shots down the stretch in the second half in a loss to Willamette.

Lewis & Clark lost for the ninth time after leading at halftime.

Miyah Leith had 18 points and Kaitlin Mathewson 10 points and 11 rebounds for Lewis & Clark (2-15, 1-7 Northwest Conference). Cianna Ochoco had three 3-pointers.

Whitney Anderson led Willamette (11-6, 3-5) with 19 points.

Multnomah wins in rout

Multnomah swept the season series with Walla Walla, winning 71-41 at home in Cascade Collegiate Conference play.

The Lions moved to 4-15 overall and 2-9 in league. Walla Walla fell to 0-19 and 0-11.

Karissa Cox and Sadie Jenks had 11 points each for Multnomah, which had nine 3-pointers. Grace Wallace had 15 points for Walla Walla.