EUGENE, Ore. -- Jillian Alleyne, Chrishae Rowe and Ariel Thomas combined to score 76 points and lead Oregon to a 98-90 upset of No. 20 Arizona State Friday night.
The Sun Devils entered the game tied with Oregon State for third place in the Pac-12. The Beavers, who beat Arizona Friday, enter their game Sunday with Arizona State in sole possession of third.
Alleyne was 11-of-17 from the field and scored 29 points while grabbing 16 rebounds to lead the Ducks (14-14, 5-12 Pac-12). Rowe came off the bench to score 25 points and convert 10 of 12 free throw attempts. Thomas scored 22 points.
Oregon shot 43.6 percent from the field as a team, but Alleyne, Rowe and Thomas together shot 57 percent.
Katie Hempen scored 19 points to lead Arizona State (22-7, 11-6), with Joy Burke adding 17 points and 10 rebounds and Kelsey Moos adding 11 points.
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