Katie Madison scored a season-high 17 points and Washington State recorded its highest point total in 12 seasons, beating Oregon, 96-90, Saturday in Pullman.
“Unbelievable effort,” Cougar coach June Daugherty said afterward. “We were unselfish with the basketball two games in a row now.”
Rosetta Adzasu and Sage Romberg each added 15 points and Ireti Amojo had 13 for Washington State (7-16, 5-6 Pacific-10), which completed a two-game sweep against the Oregon schools after knocking off Oregon State, 67-64, on Thursday.
Amanda Johnson led the Ducks (12-10, 3-8) with 22 points while Ariel Thomas had 19.
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Oregon State 51, at Washington 46: Sage Indendi scored 17 points, including five 3-pointers, to help lead the Beavers past the Huskies, snapping a 10-game losing streak.
El Sara Greer added 10 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks for the Beavers (8-14, 1-10 Pac-10), which had last won on Dec. 21.
Regina Rogers scored 17 points and pulled down a career-high 12 rebounds to lead the Huskies (9-11, 4-7), who had won two straight.
At Arizona State 45, California 44: Deja Mann hit a 25-footer at the buzzer to complete a Sun Devils rally from 12 points down in the second half.
Becca Tobin scored 12 of her 14 points in the second half, while Kali Bennett added 11 points for Arizona State (14-7, 6-5 Pac-10).
DeNesha Stallworth scored 12 points and grabbed eight rebounds and Layshia Clarendon made a pair of free throws with 58.9 seconds left for California (14-8, 6-5).
Stanford 91, at Arizona 61: The rout was the Cardinal’s 48th Pac-10 victory in a row, tying a conference record.
Jeanette Pohlen made five 3-pointers and scored 17 points to lead five Stanford starters in double figures as the Cardinal (20-2, 11-0) tied the mark they set from Feb. 9, 1995, to Jan. 12, 1998.
“It’s definitely an accomplishment but it kind of says something about our team that we didn’t even know,” Pohlen said.
Ify Ibekwe scored 19 for the Wildcats (13-9, 4-7), who lost their fourth in a row overall and 19th straight to Stanford.