CORVALLIS, Ore. – Ruth Hamblin collected 16 points, eight rebounds and seven blocked shots as Oregon State overwhelmed No. 20 Arizona State 66-43 on Sunday in a matchup of teams that have first-round byes in the Pac-12 women’s tournament.
Oregon State (21-9 overall, 13-5 Pac 12) shot 51 percent and won its ninth game in a row.
The event attracted a crowd of 5,208, the largest for a women’s game at Gill Coliseum since 2000, and the Beavers improved to 14-1 at home.
Oregon State has the third seed in the Pac-12 tournament, the best position in program history. Arizona State (22-8, 11-7) is the No. 4 seed.
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The Sun Devils were limited to 25.9 percent shooting.
Deja Mann led Arizona State with 13 points and Kelsey Moos, a freshman from Reardan High School, had 11 points and a game-high nine rebounds.
USC 66, at Colorado 59
Ariya Crook scored 18 points and Cassie Harberts added 14 as the Women of Troy (18-12, 11-7) defeated the Buffaloes (16-13, 6-12).
USC outscored Colorado 8-0 in the last 1:20.
UCLA 62, at Utah 52
Nirra Fields scored 22 points to lead the Bruins (13-17, 7-11) past the Utes (11-18, 4-14).
Utah’s Michelle Plouffe scored 20 points.
At Oregon 90, Arizona 78
Jillian Alleyne had 18 points and 16 rebounds and Ariel Thomas scored 17 points as the Ducks (15-14, 6-12) beat the last-place Wildcats (5-24, 1-17).
|Sunday’s resultsOregon State 66, Arizona State 43USC 66, Colorado 59UCLA 62, Utah 52Oregon 90, Arizona 78|