FRIDAY COLLEGE RESULTS/Portland Pilots women roll to nonleague victory at home over Warner Pacific


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.


PORTLAND 95, Warner Pacific 59

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).

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