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SUNDAY COLLEGE WOMEN'S ROUNDUP/Oregon State streak at eight; UO's Ionescu sets NCAA record for triple-doubles

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

OREGON STATE 71, Washington 53

OREGON 94, Washington 83

• The Beavers picked up their eighth consecutive victory and improved to 8-1 at home, 11-1 overall.

WSU sank to 7-7.

Oregon State is 2-0 in the Pac-12; the Cougars are 0-2.

Kat Tudor had a game- and career-best 27 points, 15 in the first half, for OSU.

Marie Gulich added 22 points and a game-high 14 rebounds, and Mikayla Pivec posted 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Washinton State had a 31-29 lead after a first half that included three ties and seven lead changes.

A big third quarter, won 22-10 by the Beavers, turned the tide before 3,884 in Corvallis.

• The Ducks gave coach Kelly Graves his 500th career win (he has 246 losses) and guard Sabrina Ionescu set an NCAA record with her eighth career triple-double, as they pounded the Huskies at Matthew Knight Arena.

Oregon, which is ninth and 10th in the national polls, raised its season mark to 13-2 and went to 2-0 in the Pac-12 before a crowd of 3,322.

UW fell to 6-7, 0-2.

Oregon shot 66.7 percent from the field, making 4 of 7 3-pointers, to take the first quarter, 27-10. UW shot 26.7 percent from the floor in the quarter, going 1 of 5 from behind the arc.

The Huskies pulled to within 43-35 at the half, then slipped back to a 13-point deficit after three quarters.

Ionescu finished with 24 points along with game highs of 14 rebounds and 10 assists. Ruthy Hebard had 23 points and 11 rebonds. Satou Sabally scored 13 points.

UW's Amber Melgoza scored 31 points.

Ionescu, a sophomore, has played in 40 games. The former NCAA record of seven was shared with Penn State's Suzie McConnell, who played 128 games from 1985-88, and Louella Tomlinson of Saint Mary's, who appeared in 125 games from 2008-11.

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