Ducks, Beavers win in women's basketball
OREGON 71, Westmont 32
OREGON STATE 90, Concordia 47
• At Matthew Knight Arena, the No. 11-ranked Ducks cruised past the NAIA visitors from California. Oregon scored 35 points off of 28 Westmont turnovers — 17 of them Ducks' steals — in the exhibition win.
Lexi Bando led Oregon with 13 points, Satou Sabally scored 12 and Justin Hall 11.
All 11 Ducks scored in the game. Sabrina Ionescu had four steals and six assists.
The Ducks open the regular season on Friday at home against Cal State Northridge.
• At Gill Coliseum, Marie Gulich scored 21 points to pace five Beavers in double figures in an exhibition win over Division II Concordia.
Gulich hit 9 of 12 shots and pulled down nine rebounds. Kat Tudor made five 3-pointers and scored 19 points. Taylor Kalmer had 16 points and Joanna Grymek and Taya Corosdale each scored 10 points.
OSU's Mikayla Pivek had 12 assists and 11 rebounds.
for Concordia, Kizzah Maltezo and Abby Aplaca had eight points apiece.
Oregon State, ranked 17th by the coaches and 19th by the Associated Press, open their regular season at home on Friday against North Dakota.
PORTLAND STATE 122, Evergreen State 67
• At Lewis & Clark's Pamplin Sports Center the Vikings rolled to an exhibition win over the NAIA Evergreen State Geoducks.
Six PSU players scored in double figures led by Deontae North with 22 points, 11 in the first 3:18 as the Vikings built a quick 18-3 lead.
Jamie Orme scored 20 points, Bryce Canda 14, Ryan Edwards 13, Brendan Rumal 12 and Holland Woods 11 for Portland State.
The Viks shot 52 percent from the field including 41 percent on 3-pointers and scored 29 points on 51 free throws.
Portland State plays its first counting nonconference game on Saturday at the Chiles Center against the Portland Pilots.
Oregon State 3, CALIFORNIA 0
STANFORD 3, Oregon 0
• At Berkeley, Calif., Oregon State (17-9, 7-7 Pac-12) swept Cal 25-14, 25-21, 25-23 for the Beavers' eighth consecutive win against the Bears (13-12, 4-10).
Mary-Kate Marshall had 15 kills, two blocks and three aces for OSU. Kory Cheshire had 10 kills and was in on four blocks.
• At Stanford, the No. 2 Cardinal dispatched the No. 16 Ducks 25-14, 25-18, 25-14.
Taylor Agost had a team-high 13 kills for Oregon (15-7, 8-6 Pac-12).
Stanford (21-2, 14-0) hit .519 in dominating the match.
LEWIS & CLARK 0, Pacific Lutheran 0
Big Sky championship game
EASTERN WASHINGTON 3, Northern Colorado 0