By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The No. 12 Oregon State Beavers defeated No. 2 Oregon Ducks on Monday night. The Beavers won 67-62 over the Ducks at Gill Coliseum in Corvallis, Oregon.
The Beavers defeated the Ducks just days after losing to them by nine points on Friday, Feb. 15 in Eugene, Oregon.
Oregon State improved to 21-5 on the season. They are now 11-3 within the Pac-12 Conference this season.
The team also improved to 13-1 on the season.
The Ducks fell to 24-2 on the season. This is their first conference loss, as they fell to 13-1.
Oregon is now 10-2 on the road this season. This loss snapped their 17-game win streak, as their last loss was on Dec. 9 in an 88-82 loss to the Michigan State Spartans.
Aleah Goodman led the Beavers with 22 points. She also had four rebounds, two assists, and one block.
This was her first 20-plus point performance in the past five games. She had 25 points against the Colorado Buffaloes on Feb. 1st, which is also a season-high.
Goodman was one of three players in double-figures. Destiny Slocum had 20 points and Mikayla Pivec had 11 points.
The Beavers had 24 bench points. Goodman led the bench with her 22 points.
Sabrina Ionescu led the Ducks with 21 points. She also had seven rebounds and four assists.
This is her fourth straight games with 20-plus points. She had a season-high 31 points against the Arizona State Sun Devils on Jan. 18.
Ionescu was one of two players in double-digits. Erin Boley and Satou Sabally also had 12 points each.
The Ducks had four bench points. Taylor Chavez had three points off of the bench. She also had one steal.
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