Regina Rogers scored eight points in overtime and Sarah Morton added five as Washington beat Oregon, 90-76, in Pacific-10 Conference women's basketball on Thursday night at Hec Edmundson Pavilion.
Washington trailed by 18 points early in the second half.
The Ducks opened the scoring 26 seconds into overtime on a jumper by Jasmin Holliday for a 76-74 lead.
Washington (9-10 overall, 4-6 Pac-10) then scored the final 16 points, started by Morton’s 3-pointer 21 seconds after Holliday’s basket. The Huskies were 6-for-7 from the floor in overtime, and the Ducks (12-9, 3-7) were 1-for-6.
Guard Kristi Kingma, from Jackson High School, scored 16 of her 20 points after halftime and Rogers, from Chief Sealth High, added 18 points and 10 rebounds for the Huskies. Roosevelt High graduate Mackenzie Argens contributed 10 points and 10 rebounds and Morton, a graduate of Monroe High, had 12 points, six assists and two steals for the Huskies.
Oregon forced overtime with one second remaining when Nia Jackson made the second of two free throws.
The Huskies had taken a 74-73 lead on Kingma’s 3-pointer with 11 seconds remaining in regulation as Washington rallied from a six-point deficit with 2:08 to go.
Jackson, a high school teammate of Rogers, had 22 points and Amanda Johnson added 16 points and 10 rebounds for the Ducks.
At Washington State 67, Oregon State 64: Ireti Amojo and Sage Romberg scored 17 points each and the Cougars (6-16, 4-6) erased a 10-point first-half deficit to defeat the Beavers (7-14, 0-10).
Amojo made three free throws in the final 20 seconds to seal it for WSU, which trailed 30-22 at halftime, and outscored the Beavers in the second half, 45-34.
Sage Indendi led Oregon State with 22 points and Earlysia Marchbanks added 15 points.
April Cook added 14 points and three steals for WSU.
No. 4 Stanford 72, at Arizona State 54: Kayla Pedersen had 15 points, 10 rebounds and six assists, and the Cardinal pulled away in the second half for its 47th straight Pac-10 win, one short of the all-time record. Stanford can tie its own conference record, set from 1995-98, against Arizona on Saturday.
After a sloppy first half, Stanford (19-2, 10-0) got deliberate by going inside in the second. Jeanette Pohlen had 19 points, Nnemkadi Ogwumike added 17 and her sister, Chiney, grabbed 11 rebounds for the Cardinal, which outscored Arizona State (13-7, 5-5) 34-18 inside.
California 73, at Arizona 63: DeNesha Stallworth scored 16 points to lead the Golden Bears (14-7, 6-4) to their 11th straight victory over the Wildcats. It was the first home loss for Arizona (13-8, 5-5) in 10 games at the McKale Center.
Davellyn White and Ify Ibekwe each scored 21 for Arizona.
At No. 21 Arizona 78, Stanford 69: Conference player of the year candidate Derrick Williams shrugged off pain in his right pinky to score 21 points and grab eight rebounds as the Wildcats (19-4, 8-2) beat the Cardinal (11-10, 4-6) for their fourth consecutive win.
The sophomore had part of his shooting hand buried in tape and gauze to protect his pinky after it was bent backward against UCLA last week and still put together a complete performance. Lamont Jones added 15 points, and Jesse Perry scored 12 to help the Wildcats pass Washington for the Pac-10 lead.
Jeremy Green had 21 points, and Josh Owens finished with 13 points and nine rebounds for a Stanford team that suddenly is struggling at home. After winning its first eight at Maples Pavilion this season, the Cardinal is 1-3 since.
Williams anchored a Wildcats front line that had more size and strength than Stanford could match. Even the bandages didn’t stop him.
Knowing contact would cause pain, Williams contested a dunk by Owens with more than 3 minutes remaining, forcing a key miss with a foul. Williams held his hand, grimacing, but perhaps the discomfort was worth it – Owens missed one of two free throws when both would’ve tied the game.
The Wildcats slowly built a lead from there, going ahead 68-62 on Williams’ layup.