Oregon Women Stay Unbeaten in Pac-12 with Dominating 105-82 Win over Cal

Courtesy of: Associated Press

Four starters for No. 3 Oregon scored in double figures to crush Cal Friday night 105-82.

Sophomore Satou Sabally finished with a team-high 31 points and nine rebounds. She was an efficient 10-of-15 from the floor including six-of-eight shooting from beyond the three-point line. Sabally filled up the stat sheet with five steals and three assists as well.

Junior Sabrina Ionescu matched Sabally with 10-for-15 overall shooting, but finished with 27 points. Senior Maite Cazorla scored 17 on six-of-eight shooting from the field and a team-high nine assists. Finally, redshirt-sophomore Erin Boley finished with 11 points.

Cal saw three starters–Kristine Anigwe, Recee Caldwell, and Kianna Smith–finish with 20-plus points, but no other player scored more than five for the Golden Bears.

As a team, the Ducks  (22-1, Pac-12 11-0) shot over 60 percent both from the floor and three-point land. Oregon opened the game on a 12-0 run, but Cal was able to get a lead in the second quarter, 32-30. The Ducks did not like trailing and they took it out on the Golden Bears.

After trailing 32-30, Oregon outscored Cal (14-8, 5-6) by 21 throughout the rest of the game. Oregon led by as many as 24 points before winning by 23.

Next up for the Oregon Duck Women’s Basketball team is a battle with Stanford on Sunday. The Cardinal just beat Oregon State Friday night 61-44.




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