Oregon Women Wash Away Pacific 90-63, Alleyne Picks Up 28th Double Double


Nov 20, 2013; Hartford, CT, USA; Connecticut Huskies center Stefanie Dolson (31) looks to pass against Oregon Ducks forward Jillian Alleyne Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

The game started out slow in the first five minutes. Ariel Thomas was the first to get points on the board for the Ducks. Pacific Senior Kiki Moore would start the game 0-5 and not land a shot in the first ten minutes of the game. There was a point in the first half where there was quite the scoring drought for Pacific as Oregon went on a 22-0 run. With five minutes left in the first half the Ducks had a 27-14 lead. The Tigers scored just three points in an eight minute period. Pacific had some fight in them amd pulled within sixteen at halftime 38-22. Chrishae Rowe led Oregon with 13 points shooting 5 for 11 from the floor.

The second half was more of the same for Oregon. Katelyn Loper who started the game 0-10 from the field found the mark by hitting four three point shots in a row extending the Ducks lead to 67-43 with just over 9 minutes left in the game. Several plays earlier Jillian Alleyne hit a two pointer, giving her double double number twenty eight on the 2013-14 season.

For the game five Ducks scored in double figures. Jillian Alleyne(14), Chrishae Rowe(16), Ariel Thomas(20), Katelyn Loper(20), and Lexi Petersen(14) led the attack for Oregon on Thursday night.

The Ducks now await the winner of Washington and Hawaii who faceoff in Seattle on Friday at 7pm.

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