Eugene, Ore. -- All four Oregon basketball teams won their Thursday night conference matchups, continuing their ascent up the Pac-12 standings as the schedule flips to the month of February.
No. 10 Oregon State women's basketball returns to form.
The 10th-ranked Oregon State Beavers snap a three-game losing streak with a 79-52 rout of the Colorado Buffaloes behind junior guard Aleah Goodman's big night. Goodman scored a career-high 26 points and sank a career-best seven 3-pointers in helping the Beavers snap their longest losing skid since the 2013-2014 season. Mya Hollingshed led the Buffaloes with 16 points but Colorado sank just five of 26 3-pointers. Oregon State sank 13 of 19 from long range. That means they outscored the Buffaloes by 24 points from three-point range.
No. 3 Oregon women's basketball continues their dominance.
Satou Sabally scored 23 points and Ruthy Hebard added 21 points and 13 rebounds to lead No. 3 Oregon to a 90-63 victory over Utah. Sabrina Ionescu had 10 points, 10 assists and seven rebounds and Erin Boley added 11 points and six rebounds for the Ducks. Oregon earned its sixth straight win Thursday night and swept the season series. Kemery Martin scored 15 points to lead the Utes. Utah dropped its second straight game against a Top 10 opponent.
No. 11 Oregon men's basketball escapes Haas Pavilion with a win.
Payton Pritchard scored 21 points and broke Oregon's all-time assists record in leading the No. 11 Ducks to a 77-72 victory over California. Chris Duarte added 19 points as Oregon remained on top of the conference standings with the victory Thursday night. Matt Bradley scored a season-high 27 points to lead Cal.
Oregon State men's basketball gets back on track with win vs. Stanford.
Jarod Lucas scored a season-high 21 points, Kylor Kelly matched his season-high with seven blocks and Oregon State ended a four-game losing streak to Stanford with a 68-63 victory. Tres Tinkle added 15 points and Ethan Thompson had 14 for the Beavers, who also ended a four-game slide. Oscar da Silva scored 22 points and had eight rebounds to lead Stanford, which has lost three straight. An offensive rebound and layup by da Silva brought the Cardinal within 65-63 with 20 seconds left but Oregon State made its free throws.