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Photo Gallery (and Stats): Orsillo Leads Arizona State to Third Straight Victory

Arizona State University teammates charge guard Danielle Orsillo after hitting a layup that forced an Oregon State University timeout in the second half of ASU's 56-43 victory Saturday evening. <em>Photo by Max Simbron.</em>
Arizona State University teammates charge guard Danielle Orsillo after hitting a layup that forced an Oregon State University timeout in the second half of ASU's 56-43 victory Saturday evening. Photo by Max Simbron.

Arizona State University guard Danielle Orsillo led her team to a 56-43 victory over Oregon State University with 20 points on 7-14 shooting and 3 steals.

After a tough 0-3 start to Pac-10 play, it looks like ASU is finding their groove again.

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Continue reading for more photos from Max Simbron.

Click here for a game recap from Joseph Tames of White Mountain Sports.

Click here for a statistical summary of the game.

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After a tough road loss to the University of Washington, ASU coach Charli Turner Thorne said, "it’s just a matter of hitting low enough to a point where they’ll dig out and change." It looks like her team is giving her something to cheer about now.

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Guard Tenaya Watson was arguably the second most important contributor in the game with an efficient 12 points on 4-6 shooting to go with 4 assists and 2 turnovers.

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Watson goes hard for the layup over freshman El Sara Greer. Greer was held to 4 points on 2-4 shooting, but was arguably OSU's second biggest contributor with 4 blocks.

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Key guard Alex Earl provided perimeter support with 11 points, including 3-4 shooting from the three point line.

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