Canda's 3 lifts PSU men to win
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Portland State 80, MONTANA STATE 77
• The host Bobcats failed to score over the final 2:15, and PSU pulled out the win.
Ryan Edwards' jumper tied the score at 77-77 with 1:18 remaining, and Bryce Canda's 3-pointer with 20 seconds to go put the Vikings on top.
Canda led Portland State with 18.9 points, and Brandon Hollins had a game-high 14 points plus 16 points. Holland Woods dished out 10 assists.
The Vikings improved to 15-10 overall, 5-7 in the Big Sky.
The Bobcats fell to 13-13, 6-7.
OREGON STATE 97, Washington 94 (2 OT)
• Stephen Thompson Jr. hit a 3 with 0.3 seconds left in the second overtime — the second time in his career he has hit from beyond the arc to beat the Huskies.
The Beavers shot x percent from the field, and the Huskies shot x percent.
At the half, the Huskies led 36-30, and they led by 13 with eight-plus minutes to go, but Oregon State made a late surge to force an extra session.
OSU's Tres Tinkle had 23 of his game-high 29 points after the intermission and finished with 11 rebounds and eight assists.
Thompson had 22 points.
Drew Eubanks, 8 of 8 from the field, had 18 points and a game-leading 13 rebounds.
Tinkle's three-point play with 1:16 remaining in the second half got the Beavers to within 80-78. He scored inside with 40.3 seconds left to tie the score. Both teams missed on their final possession of regulation.
In OT, Tinkle continued his assault, which included a couple of putbacks and enabled the Beavers to take the lead. He also drew a charge, as OSU went into the final two minutes in front 87-83.
Washington pulled even at 87-87 with two foul shots at the 24.4-second mark.
Thompson drove and got fouled with 3.3 seconds left, then missed two free throws.
Tinkle, playing with four fouls, kept it up in the second OT and put OSU into a 92-90 lead with a putback. After a UW turnover, the Beavers made it a 94-90 game on a Eubanks dunk off Thompson's lob.
Washington came right back with a 3 to close to within 94-93 with 31 seconds to play.
The Huskies stole a pass in backcourt, missed a shot, got the rebound and drew a foul and made one of two free throws with 10.1 seconds left.
Then it was Thompson Time.
OSU improved to 13-11 overall and 5-7 in the Pac-12.
UW fell to 17-8, 7-5, having lost by 25 points Thursday night at Oregon after upsetting 13th-ranked Arizona.
PACIFIC 60, Portland 58
Miles Reynolds' basket with three seconds remaining gave coach Damon Stoudamire and the Tigers the win at Stockton, California.
Reynolds had a game-high 25 points as his team improved to 13-14, 8-6 in the West Coast Conference.
D'Marques Tyson scored 14 points for UP. Philipp Hartwich had 12 points and nine rebounds. Josh McSwiggan scored 11 points.
The Pilots are 10-17, 4-10 WCC.
Seattle Pacific 80, CONCORDIA 70
• Host Concordia came close to its first league win of the season, but Seattle Pacific held on down the stretch.
The Cavaliers fell to 4-20 overall and 0-16 in Great Northwest Athletic Conference games.
Seattle Pacific is 14-9, 9-7.
Bryan Michaels of CU had 23 points. Jarrett Gray added 15.
LINFIELD 84, Lewis & Clark 54
• The homecourt Wildcats built a 33-19 halftime lead en route to the win.
Off the bench, Nick Lombardi had 14 points for L&C.
The Wildcats are third in the Northwest Conference at 10-3 and 16-5 overall.
The Pioneers are 3-10 in the NWC and 7-15 this season.
College of Idaho 64, WARNER PACIFIC 55
• The visiting Coyotes, ranked fourth in NAIA Division II, improved to 17-1 and clinched the Cascade Collegiate Conference regular-season title. They are 23-5 overall.
Warner Pacific, tied for 13th nationally, is 13-5 in the CCC and 19-8 for the season.
MULTNOMAH 86, Eastern Oregon 74
• The 21st-ranked Mountaineers were upset in Portland and fell to 12-6 CCC and 20-6 overall.
MU improved to 4-14, 7-20.
Ben Grandle scored 26 points and grabbed nine rebounds for Multnomah, Darius Redrick had 18 points with seven assists, and Brett Blackstock had 13 points and 13 rebounds.
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PORTLAND STATE 62, Montana State 52
• The Vikings rallied from a 33-32 halftime deficit for the victory at Lewis & Clark.
PSU, which trailed 17-11 after one quarter, climbed to 13-10 overall and 7-5 in the Big Sky, while the Bobcats dropped to 13-11, 7-6.
Portland State got 19 points from Sidney Rielly, 16 from Courtney West and 15 from Ashley Bolston.
The Viks, in sweeping the series for the first time since 2011, held MSU to 23.3-percent shooting in the second half.
PORTLAND 89, Pacific 67
• The Pilots put together a complete game for the win at Chiles Center
Julie Spencer (11 of 16 on field goals) led all scorers with 23 points for UP. Ashley Gray added 17 points, going 13 of 14 at the free-throw line. Kate Andersen had 10 rebunds.
Portland shot 50.8 percent from the field and held Pacific to 33.3 percent.
The Pilots are 6-19 overall and 2-12 in the West Coast Conference.
The Tigers are 12-13, 6-8.
CONCORDIA 66, Alaska 64
• Bailey Cartwright's layup with one second left lifted Concordia to the win at home.
The Cavaliers improved to 13-11 overall, 7-9 in the GNAC.
Alaska, which made 11 of 21 shots from 3-point range but only 12 of 34 from elsewhere, dropped to 4-18, 0-16 GNAC.
Carwright shared game scoring honors with 22 points and a game-high 13 rebounds.
Kizzah Maltezo added 21 points for the Cavs.
Lewis & Clark 75, LINFIELD 67
• The Pioneers surged in the second half to pick up another key win.
L&C outscored the Wildcats 49-38 in the second half at McMinnville, and Miyah Leith poured in 33 points, going 9 of 16 from the field and 13 of 16 at the free-throw line.
The Pioneers are 7-6 in the Northwest Conference and have a two-game lead over Puget Sound (5-8) and Linfield (5-8) as they battle for the fourth and final league playoff berth.
Overall, L&C is 12-10, Linfield 9-13.
College of Idaho 58, WARNER PACIFIC 57
• The visiting Yotes scored the last five points in the closing 37 seconds to pull out a win at C.C. Perry Gym.
Maryah Tipping of WPC scored a game-high 20 points and shared game rebounding honors with eight boards.
The Knights rallied from 18 points down in the first half, but they fell to
10-18 overall, 6-12 in the Cascade Collegiate Conference, while C of I improved to 10-14, 10-8.
Eastern Oregon 87, MULTNOMAH 44
• The visiting Mountaineers raised their record to 25-2, 18-0 CCC, and MU fell to 1-27, 1-17.
Bethany George (14 points), Tiara Chinn (13) and Faith Kraatz (10) led the Lions.