COURTESY: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL - Concordia guard Dennis Ahana (left) goes inside against Simon Fraser.MEN'S BASKETBALL

California 83, Oregon 63, at Berkeley, Calif.

The surging No. 11 Ducks had their six-game winning streak snapped, as the Golden Bears led the entire way, including by 25 points at one point.

The Ducks, who had risen in national esteem as the Pac-12 leader, fell to 20-5 overall and 9-3 in Pac-12 play. Dillon Brooks had 17 points and Chris Boucher added 11 points and six rebounds.

Jabari Bird had 24 points for Cal (16-8, 6-5). Jaylen Brown had 16.

Cal shot .557 from the floor (9 of 16 on 3-pointers) and Oregon shot .426 (5 of 18 on 3-pointers).

The Bears made only 6 of 12 free throws (.500), but Oregon wasn't much better (12 of 21, .571), and the Bears had more rebounds and assists on a night of domination

Oregon State 62, Stanford 50, at Stanford, Calif.

The Beavers had a dominant defensive performance on the road to move to 15-8 overall and 6-6 in Pac-12 play.

The Beavers held the Cardinals to .240 shooting in the second half.

Tres Tinkle had 19 points and nine rebounds for OSU, which shot .458. Gary Payton added 14 points, six rebounds, four assists and three steals.

Stanford fell to 11-11 and 4-7. Rosco Allen had 11 points.

Gonzaga 92, Portland 66, at Chiles Center

The Pilots, coming off a road sweep of Pepperdine and Loyola Marymount, couldn't keep up with the Bulldogs before 4,852 fans, after trailing 44-35 at halftime.

Kyle Wiltjer, from Jesuit High, had 21 points and eight rebounds, and hit five of Gonzaga's 15 3-pointers. Domantas Sabonis had 17 points and 11 rebounds. The Bulldogs (20-5, 12-2 West Coast Conference) shot .534 from the field.

The Pilots (11-16, 5-9) hit only 3 of 22 3-point shots, but shot well from the rest of the field, finishing at .458. Jarrel Marshall had 25 points. Alec Wintering was held to 11 points on 5-of-12 shooting.

Idaho State 88, Portland State 71, at Pocatello, Idaho

Ethan Telfair had 35 points and five assists and Idaho State shot .561 from the field in the Big Sky Conference win.

He hit 12 of 20 shots from the field, including 5-of-11 3-pointers.

Telfair had scored 25 points with 11 assists in an earlier game against Portland State.

The Bengals moved to 12-11 overall and 7-4 in league.

Cameron Forte had 26 points and 13 rebounds for PSU (8-14, 4-7), which shot .397, making only 7-of-26 3-pointers.

Simon Fraser 90, Concordia 70, at Cavalier Court

It was a bad loss for the Cavaliers, as SFU won for only the second time all season and for the first time in NCAA Division II Great Northwest Athletic Conference play.

SFU led 16-3 early and led the whole way, breaking a 17-game losing streak to move to 2-19 and 1-14 in GNAC play. Concordia, which won at SFU last month, fell to 6-16 and 4-11.

Oshea Gairey had 22 points for Simon Fraser. Latrell Wilson led CU with 17 points.


Idaho State 64, Portland State 42, at Stott Center

The Bengals used a 17-0 first-half run to set the big lead and cruised to the Big Sky Conference win in a game played in the afternoon as PSU welcomed some 600 students on a field-trip day.

Anna Policicchio had 18 points for Idaho State (11-11, 4-7 Big Sky).

Guard Cici West had her ninth double-double for PSU (3-19, 1-10) with 10 points and 14 rebounds.

Northwest Christian, 61 Multnomah 49, at Jim Skagen Court

Niki Duncan had 15 points and NCU had 11 blocks and 23 offensive rebounds in the big Cascade Collegiate Conference road win.

Valerie Wakefield and Miranda Schmillen had 11 points each for Multnomah.

Neither team shot well: Multnomah .316, NCU .297.

NCU moved to 19-9 overall and 11-5 in CCC play. Multnomah fell to 4-20, 2-14.

Corban 76, Warner Pacific 68, at Bart Valentine Court

Corban started fast, outscoring the Knights 19-7 in the first quarter, and held on for the CCC road victory.

Jade Lowery had 22 points and Julia Young and Payton Wilcox 18 each for Corban (15-11, 10-7 CCC), which shot .522 from the field, and made 8 of 14 3-pointers and 20 of 32 free throws.

Taylor Howlett the Knights with 14 points. Warner Pacific (13-10, 8-9) had only five free-throw attempts, making two.


Oregon State 22, Oklahoma 12, at Gill Coliseum

The Beavers pulled off the upset of the No. 7-ranked team before 1,041 at Gill.

The Beavers (9-6, 2-2 Pac-12) got a momentum-generating pin from Jack Hathaway (133), a tie-breaking major decision from Corey Griego (184) and a last-second, match-clinching win by Cody Crawford (197) to earn their fourth win in their last five starts and their fifth triumph over a ranked opponent this winter.

Ronnie Bresser (125) and Amarveer Dhesi (heavyweight) both prevailed in matches pitting ranked opponents, and Abraham Rodriguez (157) continued his February turnaround to give OSU a sweep of the home-and-home series with the Sooners (9-5). OSU also won in Norman last season, 20-17.

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