College men's basketball — Remy Martin's off day wasn't off enough for Oregon State on Sunday, Feb. 14.
Despite missing his first five 3-point shots and finishing 5 of 18 overall, the Arizona State guard hit the go-ahead 3-pointer with 37 seconds left as the Sun Devils edged the Beavers 75-73 in Tempe, Arizona.
ASU led by 15 in the first half and by 10 at half, but the Beavers (10-10, 6-8 Pac-12) tied the game at 68 on an Ethan Thompson jumper with 1:09 remaining. Thompson led the Beavers with 18 points.
Arizona State (7-9, 4-6) scored 26 points off turnovers and had an 18-0 advantage in fast-break points.
Martin had 23 points to pace four Sun Devils in double figures. Former Portland State guard Holland Woods had 10 points and hit a couple of late foul shots to help seal the win.
College women's basketball — Desirae Hansen made three free throws with 4.5 seconds left and Portland State beat visiting Northern Arizona 58-46.
Former Grant High standout Khiarica Rasheed missed a shot from the lane for NAU as time expired.
PSU survived a 13-0 run that gave the Lumberjacks an eight-point fourth-quarter lead.
Jenna Kilty led Portland State with 16 points and Tatiana Streun had 14 points and eight rebounds.
Rasheed led NAU with 17 points and seven rebounds.
San Francisco 74, Portland 71 — Haylee Andres scored 15 of her 19 points in the second half and Maddie Mulheim had 12 points, but a late rally from 10 points down came up short for the Pilots.
College volleyball — Oregon made quick work of Arizona, sweeping the visiting Wildcats for the second time in three days. The Ducks (6-2) hit .370 with 43 kills, 11 from Brooke Nuneviller.
College softball — Oregon and Oregon State both completed a perfect 5-0 opening weekend.
At Phoenix, Arizona, the No. 10 Ducks got four RBIs from Lexi Wagner and a combined seven strikeouts from Raegan Breedlove and Makenna Kliethermes in a 9-1 win over Montana.
At Los Angeles, Mariah Mazon struck out 10 and the Beavers got home runs from Rylee Maston, Frankie Hammoude and Missy Nunes in a 5-1 win at Loyola Marymount.
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