Jillian Alleyne had 25 points on 10-of-13 shooting and 14 rebounds to tie the school record with her 88th career double-double and Oregon used a dominating start to defeat host Washington State 73-48.
PULLMAN – Jillian Alleyne had 25 points on 10-of-13 shooting and 14 rebounds to tie the school record with her 88th career double-double and Oregon used a dominating start to defeat Washington State 73-48 in Pac-12 women’s basketball on Friday night.
Alleyne, the Pac-12 career leader in double-doubles, tied Bev Smith’s school record, set before the NCAA sponsored women’s basketball.
Oregon made 15 of 21 shots and raced to a 39-14 lead at halftime.
Oregon (16-6 overall, 5-6 Pac-12) made 12 of 20 from behind the arc and shot 59.5 percent overall.
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Borislava Hristova led the Cougars (12-10, 3-8), who have lost five straight, with 19 points.
WSU went 3 for 22 on three-pointers and shot 31 percent overall.
“It’s simple: Oregon played really well and we didn’t,” Cougars coach June Daugherty said. “It’s disappointing. Their press took us out of rhythm offensively. When that happened, it made it a tough night shooting. You can’t make mistakes like this – not in this conference. We’ve got a lot of work to do.”
At No. 8 Ariz. St. 65, No. 14 UCLA 61
Katie Hempen scored 20 points as the Sun Devils (19-4, 10-1) beat the Bruins (16-6, 8-3). Arizona State, which lost 67-44 at No. 9 Oregon State on Monday, bounced back.
The Sun Devils led UCLA 28-11 midway through the second quarter.
No. 15 Stanford 60, at California 55
Erica McCall contributed 14 points and 10 rebounds and Brittany McPhee, a graduate of Mount Rainier High School in Des Moines, scored 12 as the Cardinal (19-5, 9-3) defeated the Golden Bears (11-12, 2-10).
USC 67, at Arizona 57
Courtney Jaco scored 24 points to lead the Women of Troy (17-6, 5-6) past the Wildcats (11-12, 2-9).