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2015-16 Schedule
18-6, 6th in Pac-12
29d

No. 11 Stanford rallies to edge Oregon 64-62

Karlie Samuelson scored 18 points and Lili Thompson had 16, including two baskets in the last 35 seconds, to rally No. 11 Stanford to a 64-62 win over Oregon on Friday night.

43d

No. 21 UCLA women beat Oregon 80-69

Nirra Fields scored 31 points, Kari Korver keyed a comeback rally, and No. 21 UCLA beat Oregon 80-69 on Saturday to end the Ducks' 11-game winning streak.

91d

Oregon beats No. 22 North Carolina women 79-77

Lexi Bando scored 18 points, Jillian Alleyne had 12 points and 13 rebounds and Oregon upset No. 22 North Carolina 79-77 on Sunday, marking the first time the Tar Heels ever opened the season with

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122d

Kentucky dismisses transfer Rowe from team

Kentucky women's basketball coach Matthew Mitchell announced that sophomore guard Chrishae Rowe has been dismissed from the team for failing to uphold the program's standards.

AP Photo/Elaine Thompson
378dMichelle Smith

Oregon's Alleyne named espnW player of the week

After tallying 30 points and 25 rebounds, and scoring the winning basket with less than 2 seconds to play in a win Saturday, Oregon's Jillian Alleyne nabbed our weekly honor.

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387dGraham Hays

State of Oregon is a women's hoops hotbed again

With the one-loss Beavers climbing to No. 9 and Kelly Graves in charge of the Ducks, the state of Oregon is one of the most interesting places on the basketball map these days.

AP Photo/Jessica Hill
715d

Alleyne leads Oregon to upset of No. 20 ASU

Jillian Alleyne, Chrishae Rowe and Ariel Thomas combined to score 76 points and lead Oregon to a 98-90 upset of No. 20 Arizona State on Friday night.

AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez
771d

Ogwumike sets boards mark in Stanford win

Chiney Ogwumike had 33 points and 14 boards to become the Pac-12's all-time leading rebounder, and No. 4 Stanford beat Oregon 96-66 on Friday night in the conference opener for both schools.