After getting swept by Oregon, Oregon State falls off the 2-seed line, making way for the Wolfpack. Maryland and Northwestern moved into the top 16.
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Sabrina Ionescu scored 19 points and Satou Sabally added 16 to help No. 4 Oregon beat seventh-ranked Oregon State 66-57 on Sunday, sweeping the two-game Civil War series.
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There's plenty at stake Sunday in Round 2. Oregon seeks a signature road win, while Oregon State looks to avoid falling to .500 in the Pac-12.
Sabrina Ionescu had 23 points and nine assists, breaking the Pac-12's career assist record, and No. 4 Oregon held off a late rally for a 76-64 victory over No. 7 Oregon State on Friday night in the first game of consecutive meetings between the rivals.
Three days after getting routed by the Oregon Ducks, Stanford rallied to get something out of the most difficult road trip in college basketball this season.
Kiana Williams scored 17 points and Lexie Hull added 14, to help No. 3 Stanford beat eighth-ranked Oregon State 61-58 on Sunday.
Destiny Slocum had 15 points and 11 assists and No. 8 Oregon State rebounded from its first loss of the season with an 81-44 victory over California on Friday night.
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A great weekend for ASU translated to zero Pac-12 teams on the top line in Bracketology. And Oregon's loss hurt far worse than Oregon State's.
After a weekend of upsets, South Carolina is the No. 1 overall team, followed by Baylor. Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford and UCLA are all No. 2 seeds.
Ja'Tavia Tapley scored 14 points, Robbi Ryan and Reili Richardson added 10 each and Arizona State got its second straight upset, beating No. 3 Oregon State 55-47 on Sunday.
Mikayla Pivec scored 17 points, including the go-ahead short jumper with 1.4 seconds left, and No. 3 Oregon State stayed undefeated with a 63-61 win over No. 18 Arizona on Friday night.
After upsetting UConn, Baylor joins Oregon, Oregon State and South Carolina as No. 1 seeds. The Huskies are the 2 seed in Oregon's region.
UConn added two more players and now has four on the Wooden Award midseason watch list, as five schools, including Oregon, Baylor, Oregon State and South Carolina, claim 13 of the 25 players on the list.
Mikayla Pivec had 16 points, 15 rebounds and eight assists to lead No. 3 Oregon State to a 72-60 victory over Colorado on Sunday.
Taylor Jones scored 11 of her 15 points in the third quarter, and No. 3 Oregon State pounded Utah 77-48 in its Pac-12 opener on Friday night.
The top-16 seeds remained the same, but the Big Ten has 10 teams in the field. Ahead of next week's showdown, UConn is a No. 1 seed and Baylor a 2.
Taylor Jones had 16 points, 13 rebounds and six blocks to lead No. 3 Oregon State to a 69-50 victory over Cal State Bakersfield on Sunday.
The truth is, this season lacks a no-brainer choice for No. 1. But Oregon State's resume is better than UConn's, and the Beavers should be on top.
In toppling No. 1 Stanford, Texas owns the best win in the country and vaults back into the field. But who replaces Stanford as a No. 1 seed?
Texas' upset of Stanford knocked the Cardinal off the top line, making way for South Carolina to join UConn, Oregon and Oregon State as No. 1 seeds.
Destiny Slocum scored 18 points and No. 4 Oregon State shook off a slow start and beat BYU 65-34 on Thursday, the final day of the Maui Jim Maui Classic.