HOSTS: Ian Gerig, Shawn Medow, and Brenten Kelly
6:00 Men’s Basketball Splits Series in the Desert
- Was success a fluke or has this team turned a corner?
- Has Oregon played itself back into tournament competition?
- Two game home stand against the Los Angeles schools
6:18 Women’s Basketball Continues to Roll
- Take sole control of first place in the Pac12 after sweeping Arizona and #18 Arizona State at home
- Civil War back-to-back
- Can anyone in the Pac12 take the Ducks down?
- Does this team make the Final Four?
6:45 D1Baseball.com Releases Preseason Top 25
- Ducks not included
- Did Horton deserve his contract extension through 2020?
6:48 NFL Playoff/Super Bowl Trivia
The Oregon Women’s basketball team took on #18 Arizona State Sunday afternoon, defeating them by a score of 74-64. The Ducks rebounded from their tough shooting night against Arizona Friday night, by going 66% from the field, and 42% beyond the arc. Sabrina Ionescu lead the Oregon squad with 26 points on 11-15 shooting, followed by Ruthy Hebard with 20 points on a perfect 9-9 from the field. Though the offense was impressive, the defense stood out as well, especially in the third quarter where the Ducks would outscore the Sun Devils 21-5. Oregon will travel up to Corvallis this Friday, where they will take on their in-state rivals at 8 pm in the civil war.
Game Story (by Collin Catman)
Head Coach Kelly Graves
Ruthy Hebard & Sabrina Ionescu