EUGENE, Ore. – Ruthy Hebard scored 27 points and set an NCAA record with 30th consecutive field goals to help No. 9 Oregon hold off Southern California 80-74 in double-overtime Friday night.
Hebard was 12 of 12 from the field for her fifth perfect shooting game of the season, helping the Ducks (24-4, 13-2 Pac-12) tie No. 14 Stanford for the conference lead. Hebard also had 10 rebounds.
There were 12 ties and 21 lead changes, the last on Hebard’s inside shot with 1:36 left as Oregon scored the last seven points of the game. That included Lexi Bando’s 3-pointer that bounced off the top of the backboard and through the net for a 78-74 lead.
Maite Cazorla had 17 points, Sabrina Ionescu 15, and Bando 11.
Kristen Simon had 19 of her 26 points after halftime and finished with 15 rebounds for the Trojans (17-9, 7-8). Aliyah Mazyck added 18 points, and Sadie Edwards had 16.
No. 15 Oregon State 67, No. 7 UCLA 64, OT
CORVALLIS, Ore. – Marie Gulich had 24 points, 12 rebounds and three blocks to lead No. 15 Oregon State to a 67-64 overtime win over No. 7 UCLA on Friday night.
Katie McWilliams had 16 points and five rebounds, and Kat Tudor added 14 point and seven rebounds for the Beavers (20-6, 11-4).
Jordin Canada had 21 points and five assists, and Monique Billings added 14 points and 12 rebounds for the Bruins (21-5, 12-3).
Oregon State shot 42.4 percent, compared to 33.3 for the Bruins, but UCLA committed only eight turnovers.
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