No. 13 Ore­gon snaps Wild­cats’ 15-game win­ning streak with rout

ORE­GON 85, ARI­ZONA 58

The Washington Post Sunday - - COL­LEGE BAS­KET­BALL - NA­TIONAL ROUNDUP AS­SO­CI­ATED PRESS

Tyler Dorsey scored 23 points, mak­ing six three-point­ers, and No. 13 Ore­gon snapped Ari­zona’s 15-game win­ning streak with a de­ci­sive 85-58 vic­tory over the fifth-ranked Wild­cats on Satur­day in Eu­gene, Ore.

Dil­lon Brooks added 18 points and four threes as the Ducks (21-3, 10-1 Pa­cific-12) ex­tended their home win­ning streak to 40 games, an on­go­ing school record.

Ore­gon hit 16 three-point­ers, its most since open­ing Matthew Knight Arena in 2011.

Rawle Alkins had 16 points for the Wild­cats (21-3, 10-1) in their worst loss un­der Coach Sean Miller since they fell 99-69 to BYU on Dec. 28, 2009. Their 15-game win­ning streak was the third-long­est streak in the na­tion.

KAN­SAS STATE 56, BAY­LOR 54: Ka­mau Stokes scored 15 points, and the Wild­cats (16-7, 5-5 Big 12) held off a late rally to hand the No. 2 Bears (20-3, 7-3) their first home loss of the sea­son in Waco, Tex.

Bay­lor’s Johnathan Mot­ley missed two shots in the fi­nal sec­onds with a chance to tie the score.

IOWA STATE 92, KAN­SAS 89 (OT): Deonte Bur­ton hit seven three-point­ers and scored 29 points, Monte Mor­ris added 25 and made two cru­cial free throws in over­time, and the Cy­clones (14-8, 6-4 Big 12) over­came a 14point half­time deficit to beat the No. 3 Jay­hawks (20-3, 8-2) and end their 51-game win­ning streak at Allen Field­house in Lawrence, Kan.

VIL­LANOVA 92, ST. JOHN’S 79: Josh Hart fin­ished with 26 points and nine re­bounds, and the No. 4 Wild­cats (22-2, 9-2 Big East) rolled past the Red Storm (11-14, 5-7) in Philadel­phia.

LOUISVILLE 90, BOS­TON COL­LEGE 67: Deng Adel scored a ca­reer-high 19 points, and the No. 6 Car­di­nals (19-4, 7-3 ACC) beat the Ea­gles (9-15, 2-9) in Ch­est­nut Hill, Mass.

OK­LA­HOMA STATE 82, WEST VIR­GINIA 75: Phil Forte III scored all 13 of his points in the sec­ond half, lead­ing the Cow­boys (15-8, 4-6 Big 12) to an up­set win over the No. 7 Moun­taineers (18-5, 6-4) in Mor­gan­town, W.Va.

FLORIDA 88, KEN­TUCKY 66: Kasey Hill scored a game-high 21 points, and the No. 24 Ga­tors (18-5, 8-2 South­east­ern Con­fer­ence) pulled away from the No. 8 Wild­cats (18-5, 8-2) in an im­pres­sive vic­tory in Gainesville, Fla.

CINCIN­NATI 82, CON- NECTI­CUT 68: Kyle Wash­ing­ton scored a ca­reer-high 27 points, Gary Clark had his fifth dou­ble­dou­ble of the sea­son, and the No. 14 Bearcats (21-2, 10-0 Amer­i­can Ath­letic Con­fer­ence) beat the Huskies (10-12, 5-5) in Cincin­nati for their 14th straight win.

ST. MARY’S 71, SAN DIEGO 27: Calvin Her­man­son and Jock Lan­dale each scored 14 points, and the No. 18 Gaels (21-2, 11-1 West Coast Con­fer­ence) held the Toreros (11-13, 4-8) to nine field goals in a rout in San Diego.

SOUTH CAROLINA 77, GE­OR­GIA 75: Justin McKie made two free throws in the fi­nal sec­onds, and the No. 19 Game­cocks (19-4, 9-1 SEC) beat the Bull­dogs (13-10, 4-6) in Columbia, S.C.

DUKE 72, PITTS­BURGH 64: Coach Mike Krzyzewski re­turned af­ter miss­ing seven games fol­low­ing back surgery, and the No. 21 Blue Devils (18-5, 6-4 ACC) beat the Pan­thers (12-11, 1-9) in Durham, N.C.

Michael Young scored 24 for Pitts­burgh, which has lost eight in a row.

XAVIER 82, CREIGHTON 80: J.P. Macura scored 13 of his 15 points in the sec­ond half, and the Mus­ke­teers (17-6, 7-3 Big East) ral­lied from an 11-point deficit to beat the No. 22 Blue­jays (20-4, 7-4) in Omaha.

Bay­lor women keep rolling

Ke­lani Brown had 24 points and 11 re­bounds, lead­ing No. 2 Bay­lor to a 79-61 win over Texas Tech in Lub­bock, Tex.

Kristy Wal­lace scored 15 points and Nina Davis added 14 points and 11 re­bounds for Bay­lor (23-1, 12-0 Big 12), which has won 21 straight.

Lar­ryn Brooks had 16 points for Texas Tech (11-11, 3-8).

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Ore­gon guard Tyler Dorsey scored 23 points to help the Ducks earn their 40th straight vic­tory at home.

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