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Hebard leads No. 10 Oregon to 81-40 win over EWU

UPDATED: Tue., Nov. 21, 2017

Associated Press

EUGENE – Ruthy Hebard scored 22 points, while not missing a shot, and Lexi Bando added 14 to lead No. 10 Oregon to an 81-40 victory over Eastern Washington on Tuesday night.

Hebard, a sophomore who was all-Pac-12 forward last year, went 7 for 7 from the field and 8 for 8 at the foul line for the Ducks (4-1).

Bando, a senior who’s the nation’s top 3-point shooter, was 4 for 8 from long range.

Oregon had assists on nine of its first 10 field goals and shot 69.2 percent in the first half to open a 47-17 lead.

Sabrina Ionescu had 10 rebounds to help the Ducks hold a 42-22 edge on the boards. They also outscored Eastern Washington by a 46-20 margin in the paint.

Delaney Hodgins led the Eagles (1-3) with eight points.

Eastern Washington, fourth in the Big Sky Conference last season, is now 8-52 all-time against Pac-12 opponents and 0-5 against Oregon.

The Eagles are hosts to Utah Valley on Saturday looking for their first home victory of the season after losing the opener to BYU.

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