Oregon, Oregon State women win
OREGON 62, Arizona 50
OREGON STATE 57, Arizona State 54
LEWIS & CLARK 84, Linfield 75
COLLEGE OF IDAHO 58, Warner Pacific 56
EASTERN OREGON 98, Multnomah 34
• It wasn't pretty, but the eighth-ranked Ducks improved to 16-2 overall and 5-0 in the Pac-12 with the win before 3,644 fans at Matthew Knight Arena.
Oregon shot 38.1 percent from the field in its eighth consecutive victory, holding UA to 29.3 percent.
UO is 11-0 at home.
Sabrina Ionescu led the Ducks with a game-high 22 points, game high-tying 11 rebounds and four assists.
The Wildcats dropped to 4-12, 0-5.
Oregon rallied from a seven-point deficit to lead 19-14 after one quarter, with Ionescu scoring 12 points.
At the half, the Ducks had a 27-26 edge, after Ionescu had scored just two points in the second quarter.
Oregon outscored Arizona 18-5 in the third quarter.
• The 22nd-ranked Beavers pulled out a homecourt win over No. 18 Arizona State behind center Marie Gulich's game-high 20 points on 9-for-12 field-goal shooting.
OSU won the fourth quarter 12-8.
Mikayla Pivec added points for Oregon State (12-4, 3-2 Pac-12).
ASU fell to 13-4, 4-1.
• Lewis & Clark got off to a good start, leading 26-16 after one quarter and 48-33 at the half, en route to its Northwest Conference home victory.
The Pioneers raised their record to 8-6 overall and 3-2 in the NWC.
Miyah Leith scored 23 points and Janessa Willie 18 for L&C.
Linfield slipped to 6-8, 2-3.
• Collge of Idaho ended a six-game losing streak with the win at Caldwell, Idaho. The Lady Yotes improved to 2-12 overall and 2-6 in the Cascade Collegiate Conference, while the Knights fell to 8-10, 5-5.
Linfield 65, LEWIS & CLARK58
COLLEGE OF IDAHO 76, Warner Pacific 56
EASTERN OREGON 94, Multnomah 90
• Lewis & Clark led Linfield 28-23 at the half, then lost to the Wildcats in a Northwest Conference game at Pamplin Sports Center.
In defeat, Kyle Owens scored 12 points, Nico Bricker 11 and Daelon Floyd 10 with a team-best eight rebounds.
Lewis & Clark fell to 0-5 in the NWC and 4-10 for the season.
Linfield is 4-1, 10-3.
• C of I led 37-27 at the half and outscored Warner Pacific by 10 points in the second half as well to win at home in a battle for first place in the Cascade Collegiate Conference.
No. 16 WPC fell to 8-2 in league, whilethe Yotes (ranked eighth in NAIA Division II) improved to 7-1. Overall, both teams are 13-5.
Xavier Cannefax led Warner Pacific with 16 points.
The Knights were held to 30 points under their season average.
• Multnomah was even with host and seventh-ranked Eastern Oregon going into the final three-plus minues at La Grande.
For the visiting Lions, Brett Blackstock scored 26 points.
MU fell to 4-13, 1-7 CCC.
EOU climbed to 15-3, 7-3.