MBB: Oregon Extends Washington State’s Losing Streak to 7 Games, Winning 84-57

The Ducks were able to beat the struggling Cougars in convincing fashion, 84-57. Oregon’s press really picked up in the second half, resulting in the team recording 11 steals and 21 points in the fast break. Troy Brown had 5 of those steals, as he also finished with a double-double of 16 points and 10 rebounds. Sophomore Payton Pritchard also had a double-double with 19 points and 10 assists. Overall, five Ducks scored in double figures. The Ducks shot 50.9% from the field compared to the Cougars 39.2%. With the win tonight, the Ducks swept the Washington schools and won both games by over 20 points. The Ducks improve to 17-8 overall, 7-5 in PAC-12 play, while the Cougars fall to 9-15 overall and 1-11 in PAC-12 play. The Ducks play next on Thursday, Feb. 15 at USC at 6 pm.

Game Story

Post-Game Interviews

Head Coach Dana Altman

Guard Payton Pritchard and Forward MiKyle McIntosh

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Oregon Men’s Tennis Wins Tough Battle With Wisconsin 5-2

The Ducks were able to win a tough battle with the Wisconsin Badgers and improve to 5-2 in the spring season. The Ducks won two of the three doubles matches to secure the doubles point, as two of the three matches went to set tiebreakers. The first set tiebreaker was won by the Badgers, but the Ducks secured the second one, giving them the doubles point. In singles play, the Ducks won three of the first four matches to give them a 4-1 lead and pull the Badgers out of reach. The Ducks play next at the ITA National Team Indoors in Seattle, WA, which starts on Feb. 16. The team plays on Feb. 17 versus San Diego State and Feb. 18 against UNLV.

Game Story (by Naveed Habibelahian)

Post-Match Interviews

Head Coach Nils Schyllander

Senior Cormac Clissold

Sophomore Ty Gentry

-Naveed Habibelahian