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Weekend sports updates: Oregon State women sink Utah; Oregon volleyball sweeps UCLA, OSU and PSU lose

College women's basketball — Oregon State won its third consecutive game on Sunday, holding off Utah 84-74 at Salt Lake City.

Sasha Goforth had 16 points and 10 rebounds and Aleah Goodman 21 points and five assists for the Beavers (6-5, 4-5 Pac-12).

Oregon State scored the final 10 points of the second quarter and the first 0 of the third quarter to lead by 19. Utah rallied, getting within two points with 3:22 remaining. A 3-pointer by Talia von Oelhoffen started an 8-0 run to restore control for the Beavers.

Taylor Jones had 15 points in just 13 minutes because of foul trouble and Oelhoffen finished with 12 points off the bench.

Utah (4-10, 3-10) was led by 27 points from Brynna Maxwell.

College volleyball — Oregon swept No. 19 UCLA at Matthew Knight Arena. Six Ducks had at least six kills as Oregon (2-2) handed the Bruins (3-1) their first loss.

Gloria Mutri and Taylor Borup each had 11 kills and the Ducks hit .311 as a team in the 25-23, 25-22, 25-19 win.

USC 3, Oregon State 1 — The Trojans earned a split of two matches at Corvallis. For the Beavers (1-3), Allyah McDonald had 13 kills, Grace Massey had 16 digs and Izzi Szulczewski had 26 assists and 12 digs.

Northern Arizona 3, Portland State 1 — The visiting Lumberjacks completed a weekend sweep at the Viking Pavilion. PSU (1-3, 0-2 Big Sky) won the first set but Northern Arizona took the next three.

Parker Webb had nine kills and six blocks, Julia Haynie seven blocks and Ellie Snook 22 digs for Portland State.

College men's basketball — On Saturday, Oregon State pushed UCLA late, but the Bruins held on for a 57-52 win over the Beavers at Pauley Pavilion in Los Angeles.

Ethan Thompson led Oregon State with 16 points and five assists, but stumbled and lost the ball as he tried to drive with eight seconds left and the Beavers (8-7, 4-5 Pac-12) trailing by three points.

Thompson was the only OSU player in double figures in the low-scoring game.

Cody Riley had 16 points, 10 rebounds, two steals and two assists as UCLA improved to 13-3 and a Pac-12 best 9-1 in conference.

Portland cyclist fourth at worlds — Clara Honsinger of Portland finished fourth Saturday in the Elite Women's Race at the 2021 UCI Cyclocross World Championships at Ostend, Belgium. Honsinger was the only rider among the top six not from the Netherlands.

The 23-year-old finished 52 seconds behind champion Lucinda Brand and 33 seconds back of a spot on the podium in a race in wet and windy conditions.

"Today's race was a huge challenge between the sand and the cold rain, but difficult conditions suit me well," she told USA Cycling. "I rode a steady race and continued to catch riders. It feels extremely satisfying to finish the season with a fourth-place finish at Worlds. I'm looking forward to some rest but extremely motivated for next year."

College women's basketball — Haylee Andrews scored 24 points as Portland won a second tight road game in three days, beating Pacific 65-59 in West Coast Conference play at Stockton, California.

Alex Fowler added 14 points, six assists and six rebounds for the Pilots (9-6, 6-3 WCC).

Andrews, who was 9 of 15 and scored 20 or more for the fourth time this season, hit a key layup after recovering a loose ball to put UP up four with 1:19 remaining.

College volleyball — Northern Arizona won the fifth set 15-12 to take the Big Sky opening match at Portland State.

The Vikings (1-2, 0-1) won the second set and the fourth set decisively.

Gabby Hollins had 18 kills and 17 digs for Portland State and Ally Wada 40 assists.

Track and field — Oregon freshman Micah Wiliiams out of Benson High set a UO record in the 60 meters, winning the event at the Razorback Invitational with a time of 6.56 seconds that stands as the second fastest in the world this season and the top time in the NCAA.

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