Tatiana Streun scored 18 points for Portland State, and Eastern Washington struggled to find its shooting touch in a 75-58 loss to the Vikings in a Big Sky Conference women’s basketball game in Portland.
Grace Kirscher tossed in 22 points for the visiting Eagles, who made just 6 of 37 shots from the field in the first two quarters and trailed 37-18 at halftime. Alexyss Newman and Jenna Dick provided 13 and 11 points, respectively, for EWU (2-10, 1-2 Big Sky).
The Eagles travel to Montana on Thursday and Idaho on Saturday.
Puget Sound 75, Whitworth 58: The Loggers (7-4, 1-1) jumped ahead 20-8 after one quarter, and Cassidy Daugherty scored 19 points for the visitors in a Northwest Conference game at the Fieldhouse.
Quincy McDeid led the Pirates (8-3, 1-1) with 15 points, Talia Brandner had 14, and Sydney Abbott scored 12.
Treasure Valley 67, North Idaho 66: Hannah Broyles’ free throw with 1:44 remaining lifted the Chukars (7-4, 1-1 Northwest Athletic Conference) past the visiting Cardinals (7-6, 1-1) in Ontario, Oregon.
Alex Carlton paced NIC with 17 points, and Anna Schrade and Demi Randall each scored 10.
CC Spokane 86, Big Bend 74: Koyama Young scored 28 points on 11-for-16 shooting and the Sasquatch (8-3, 1-1 NWAC) defeated the Vikings (8-7, 0-2) in Moses Lake.
Faith Adams tallied 16 points, and Lexi Cook chipped in with 10 for the Sasquatch.
North Idaho 93, Treasure Valley 70: James Carlson led five Cardinals (14-1, 2-0 NWAC) scoring in double figures with 16 points, and NIC pulled away in the second half to defeat the Chukars (7-6, 0-2) in Ontario, Oregon.
Christian Guess had 15 points, Nate Pryor 14 and Yusuf Mohamed and Joey Naccarato 13 and 12, respectively, for NIC.
The Cardinals outscored Treasure Valley 54-32 in the second half.
CC Spokane 86, Big Bend 59: Kaeleb Johnson scored 17 points and the Sasquatch (12-3, 2-0 NWAC) pulled away from the Vikings (6-10, 0-2) after leading just 36-35 at halftime in Moses Lake.
Austin White scored 15 points, Garrett White had 14 and Kobe Reese 13 for the Sasquatch.
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