• Oregon State won its sixth in a row, claiming a 67-53 win at Washington State.

• Oregon got 30 points and 22 rebounds from Jillian Alleyne but lost 108-100 at Washington.

• Lewis & Clark produced an 82-78 home upset of No. 25 Whitworth.

• Oregon Tech stopped host Concordia 82-50.

• Southern Oregon won 97-81 at Warner Pacific.

  • Beavers keep it going

    OSU outscored WSU 30-20 in the second half for its 67-53 Pac-12 victory at Beasley Coliseum in Pullman, Wash.

    Oregon State climbed to 10-5 in the Pac-12 and 18-9 for the season.

    The Cougars fell to 8-7 in the conference and 14-13 overall.

    Sydney Wiese (16 points), Ali Gibson (13 points, eight rebounds) and Ruth Hamblin (15 points, 15 rebounds, six blocks) led the Beavs, who shot 45.8 percent from the field and held the Cougs to 28.8 percent.

    Oregon State has won eight of its past nine heading into a 2 p.m. Sunday game at Washington (9-6, 16-10).

    OSU is tied for third in the league with Arizona State, behind Stanford (14-1) and California (11-4). The Huskies and USC are knotted for fifth.

  • Ducks fall to 4-11 in Pac-12

    Washington made 31 of 39 free throws in a 108-100 win over Oregon at Alaska Airlines Arena in Seattle.

    Jillian Alleyne's 30 points and 22 rebounds led the Ducks, who also got 24 from Katelyn Loper.

    UO fell to 13-13, 4-11 in the Pac-12.

    Alleyne's double-double was her 23rd of the season.

    Loper returned after missing four games with a medical issue. She hit 7 of 12 from 3-point range.

  • Katie Anderson leads Pios

    Behind senior guard Katie Anderson's game-high 31 points, Lewis & Clark knocked off Whitworth 82-78 at Pamplin Sports Center.

    Casez Zinn added 11 points and 11 rebounds for the Pioneers.

    With the victory, the Pios are tied for the fourth and final Northwest Conference postseason spot at 8-7 with Puget Sound.

    L&C's final game is 4 p.m. Saturday at home against Whitman, which leads the conference at 15-0.

    Anderson made 10 of 17 shots from the field and 9 of 11 free throws.

  • Poor shooting hurts Cavs

    Concordia hit just 25.5 percent from the floor and lost 82-50 at home to Oregon Tech.

    The Owls led 48-19 at the half.

    Lexi Campbell was Concordia's top scorer with 11 points.

    The Cavaliers (4-13 Cascade Collegiate Conference, 7-22 overall) conclude their regular season at home Saturday night, facing Southern Oregon at 5:30 p.m.

    Oregon Tech improved to 12-5 in the CCC and 24-5 for the season.

  • SOU's early run sinks Knights

    Southern Oregon broke open the game with a 21-2 first-half run en route to its 97-81 triumph at Warner Pacific.

    Ali Campbell came off the WPC bench for a team-high 17 points.

    The Knights fell to 2-15 in the CCC, 6-22 overall. SOU improved to 11-6, 22-7.

    WPC's final game of the season is at home Saturday, a 5:30 p.m. tip against Oregon Tech.

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