Oregon men pelt Rams by 30
OREGON 95, Colorado State 65
LEWIS & CLARK 119, Northwest Indian College 70
Bethesda 104, Multnomah 81
• The Ducks shot 65.7 percent from the field in the second half and 52.9 percent for the game at Matthew Knight Arena.
Oregon climbed to 6-3, while the Rams fell to 4-6, before a crowd of 7,153.
The Ducks pulled away after leading 38-32 at the break.
Elijah Brown led Oregon with 20 points, scoring 18 in the second half, when he was 6 of 6 from the field, making four 3-pointers. He also had six second-half assists.
• L&C improved to 3-5 overall with the blowout, homecourt win. The Pioneers led 68-35 at intermission and scored their most points since the 2013-14 against the same team. L&C senior Jonathan Smith ended his college career by starting and scoring six points and grabbing a team-high nine rebounds. Daelon Floyd had 15 points for the Pioneers.
• Despite a 14-point, 17-rebound night by Ben Grande, Multnomah fell at Lancaster, California, on the first day of the West Coast Classic hosted by West Coast Baptist.
EASTERN WASHINGTON 88, Multnomah 42 (exhibition)
• The Pilots took control for good in the third quarter at Chiles Center to win their nonleague game over the Knights.
Senior Sara Zaragoza had her first career double-double, posting a career-high 15 points and game-leading 12 rebounds for UP (4-4).
Four players — Emily Peters, Darbi Pink, Grace Prom and Michaela Pin— each had 11 points for Warner Pacific (4-7).