• Oregon State kept Arizona winless in the Pac-12, beating the Wildcats 64-50 at Tucson.

• Oregon fell to No. 15 Arizona State 97-94 at Tempe.

• Fifth-ranked Louisville tied the longest win streak in school history with its 15th consecutive triumph, 79-59 against visiting South Florida.

  • Beavers take care of business

    Three Oregon Staters scored in double figures, and OSU never trailed in a 64-50 triumph at Arizona, the last-place team in the Pac-12.

    Sydney Wiese (13 points), Deven Hunter (12) and reserve Gabriella Hanson (11) led the attack for OSU, which cruised after leading 35-24 at the half, going up by as many as 22 points.

    The Beavers improved to 13-9 overall and 5-5 in the Pac-12, while the Wildcats dropped to 4-17 and 0-10.

  • Ducks come close in the desert

    Oregon led much of the way but couldn't close out Sunday afternoon at No. 15 Arizona State.

    Chrishae Rowe led the Ducks with 39 points, going 12 of 22 from the field and 13 of 14 at the free-throw line. Jillian Alleyne added 18 points and 12 rebounds.

    Oregon dropped to 3-7 in the Pac-12 and 12-9 overall. ASU is 8-2 in the conference, second to Stanford, and 19-3 for the season.

    ASU went on top 93-88 with a layup at the 43-second mark, then protected it by making four of seven free throws.

  • Schimmel scores 14

    Louisville guard Shoni Schimmel had 14 points as the No. 5 Cardinals improved to 22-1 with a 79-59 victory at home over South Florida.

    The Cards have a 10-0 record in the American Athletic Association and have matched the school record for consecutive wins — 15, set in 2006-07.

    Schimmel missed her first six shots, but made a 3-pointer in a 13-0 run late in the first half that gave the Cardinals a 45-28 intermission lead.

    Schimmel wound up 4 of 17 from the field, including 3 of 9 on 3-pointers. She had five assists, four rebounds, one turnover, one block and one steal.

    Jude Schimmel, her sister and a reserve in the backcourt, went 1 of 2 from the floor and had two points, six assists and three steals.

    South Florida never got closer than 13 in the second half and fell to 11-10, 6-4 in the AAC.

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