In what looks like a busy day in the Pac-10, I was in Eugene for the second of Oregon's pair against their Pac-10 counterparts from Washington.
Have to head back to Seattle now, but briefly about Oregon's 98-92 win over WSU:
- Oregon had 6 players in double figures.
- After Taylor Lilley scored 33 against UW, it was point guard Nia Jackson who led the way today against WSU with 20 pts, 7 assists, 1 turnover, and 5 steals. Jackson got to the basket with ease and missed a few buckets that would have made her point total even higher.
- Washington State guards April Cook and Kiki Moore combined for 48 points with 24 each. Moore was 8-10 from the free throw line, using her strong build to draw contact close to the basket. However, the problem that has plagued WSU this year hurt them today: Cook and Moore also had 5 turnovers each.
- The battle at the free throw line was key: WSU - 13-18, OU - 23-27
More team stats below: