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Duck Offense Sputters In Loss To Huskies
Courtesy: GoDucks.com
Release Date: 03/07/2012
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LOS ANGELES – The tandem of Pac-12 Freshman of the Year Jazmine Davis and all-conference forward Regina Rogers ended Oregon’s participation at the Pacific Life Women’s Pac-12 Tournament as the Huskies defeated the Ducks, 72-56, on Wednesday afternoon at the Galen Center.

Davis scored a game-high 23 points with 21 coming in the first half as the native of San Jose, Calif., shot 7-of-9 from three-point range in the first 20 minutes.

Rogers finished the game with 21 points and seven rebounds, scoring 18 points in the final 20 minutes for No. 8 seed Washington.

No. 9 seed Oregon ends its season with a record of 15-16, while the Huskies (17-12) move on to the quarterfinals to play second-ranked and No. 1 seed Stanford at noon on Thursday.

Senior Jasmin Holliday led the Ducks with 17 points, while fellow senior Amanda Johnson added 10 points, eight rebounds and three steals. Sophomore Danielle Love poured in 11 points.

The Ducks shot 31.8 percent for the game, while the Huskies posted a .435 clip, knocking down a total of 11 three-pointers. Washington also held a 52-35 rebounding edge as the Husky bench outscored Oregon’s reserves 27-12.

Oregon also had a difficult time at the charity stripe, making seven of 15 opportunities.
The Ducks trailed 41-22 at halftime as Davis shot 7-of-9 from three-point range and scored 21 first half points.

The Huskies shot 41.2 percent (14-of-34) in the first 20 minutes, while holding Oregon to a .265 (9-of-34) clip.

Notes: Oregon is now 4-11 all-time at the Pac-12 tournament and 2-2 when playing the Huskies at the tournament…Oregon’s last win at the conference tournament was in 2008….with 1,505 career points, Amanda Johnson joins the group of Alison Lang, Bev Smith and Stefanie Kasperski as the only players in UO history to rank in the all-time top five in both scoring and rebounding. She is also the second player in UO women’s basketball program history - the first Bev Smith - to rank in the all-time top five categories of points, rebounds and steals, and the only player in UO women’s hoops history to rank in the top five of points (5th), rebounds (4th), steals (5th) and three-pointers (5th).


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