Beavers knock off Ducks in women's basketball
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Oregon State extended its win streak over Oregon to 14 games with an 85-79 overtime win Friday night at Gill Coliseum.
For Oregon State, Kat Tudor and Marie Gulich led the way. Tudor had a career-high 34 points, Gulich 28 points and a game-high 14 rebounds.
For Oregon, Sabrina Ionescu and Ruthy Hebard dominated the offense. Ionescu finished with 35 points, Hebard 24.
Oregon, which was seeking its 10th win in a row, fell to 17-3 overall and 6-1 in the Pac-12.
Oregon State improved to 14-4, 5-2.
The No. 7 Ducks played without guard/3-point specialist Lexi Bando, who was ruled out indefinitely with a foot injury shortly before tip-off.
The No. 18 Beavers made 13 of 26 from 3-point range to Oregon's 4 of 9.
The Beavers hit all seven of their 3-point tries in the first quarter, banking one in, to lead 28-17.
OSU made an eighth in a row from beyond the arc before missing, and led 42-36 at the break. Ionescu and Tudor each had 18 points in the half, with Tudor making all five of her tries from 3 and Ionescu 7 of 7 on free throws.
The Beavs had a 53-50 lead through three quarters, and the Ducks pulled even at the 6:17 mark of the fourth and went ahead by one at 5:30.
Hebard's steal and fast-break layup gave Oregon a 71-69 lead with 54 seconds remaining.
Mikayla Pivec of Oregon State made a 3, though, and Ionescu missed a 3. The Ducks had to foul intentionally, but were at only two team fouls, so needed to do so three times before they could get OSU to the foul line. With 19.8 seconds left, OSU's Katie McWilliams made two shots for a 74-71 lead.
Hebard got fouled going to the basket and cut the lead to 74-72 with 13.7 seconds left, making one of two at the line.
Tudor went one of two at the foul line with 11.6 seconds to go, reclaiming a three-point lead for Oregon State.
Ionescu hit a long 3 with 3.5 seconds remaining, and Pivec missed a 3 at the buzzer.
The teams will meet again at 5 p.m. Sunday at Matthew Knight Arena to conclude their regular-season Civil War series.
• Lewis & Clark fell 77-65 at Puget Sound, despite a 27-point night from guard Miyah Leith.
• Multnomah got its first win of the season, 79-78 in two overtimes at Walla Walla. The Lions (1-21) were led by Tiara Chinn (22 points), Bethany George (18) and Faith Kraatz (18).
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Lewis & Clark lost 95-87 at Puget Sound.
• Multnomah won 75-68 at Walla Walla. Brett Blackstock scored 29 points and had eight rebounds for MU.
COLLEGE WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS
No. 2 Utah defeated No. 25 Oregon State at Salt Lake City, 197.450-196.300. OSU sophomore Sabrina Gill was third with a personal-best 39.350.
Portland lost 5-3 to Swift Current at Memorial Coliseum.
The Portland Timbers have signed forward Forster Langsdorf to a Homegrown Player contract for the 2018 MLS season.
A graduate of Vancouver's Mountain View High, Langsdorf helped Stanford win three consecutive NCAA Division I championships.
His 37 goals for Stanford ranks sixth on the Cardinal career list, and he is the Pac-12's all-time leader in career goals and points (86). His final college goal was the game-winner in the Cardinal's 2-0 semifinal win over Akron.
Langsdorf, 5-10, 165 pounds, played for the Portland Timbers Academy 2012-14 and was the club's Academy Player of the Year in 2013. He also played in 17 matches over three summers with the Timbers' under-23 Premier Development League team.
He is expected to provide forward depth behind Fanendo Adi and Jeremy Ebobisse.
• Another former Timbers Academy and under-23 player, Akron outside back Niko De Vera, was taken by the New York Red Bulls with the 31st pick in Friday's MLS Super Draft. De Vera graduated from Camas (Wash.) High.
• The Timbers did not have a pick Friday's first two rounds of the 2018 MLS Super Draft. They have four picks in rounds three and four, which take place on Sunday.
On the PGA Tour, rookie Aaron Wise from the University of Oregon was tied for 10th at the midway point of the CareerBuilder Challenge at La Quinta, California.
Wise fired a second-round 69, 3-under-par, for an 11-under 133 total.
Andrew Landry had the lead at 16-under, one ahead of Jon Rahm.
• On the Champions Tour, Portland native Peter Jacobsen slumped to a 3-over 75 in the second round of the Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Ka'upulehu-Kona, Hawaii. He was 38th at 1-under 143.
Colin Montgomerie had first place at 14-under after his second 65.