NCAAB Game Recap - Texas-Arlington at Oregon
Sun Nov 17, 2019 8:00 PM EST

NCC
58
Lou
87
F
Seton
83
StLou
66
F
TexAr
47
Oreg
67
F
Fla
59
UConn
62
F
CAPoly
48
StMar
79
F
NMSt
53
Ariz
83
F
VMI
89
UCDav
84
F(2OT)
JacSt
65
VACom
93
F
MTSt
52
TNTec
39
F
(N/A)
54
Jacksn
44
F
Marq
61
Wisc
77
F
Mobil
58
SeLA
65
F
Stony
64
NDSt
57
F
UCF
67
IlSt
65
F
Copp
70
NoKY
82
F
How
68
Toled
112
F
Yale
57
OkSt
64
F
N DA
60
Valpa
74
F
Ida
68
ArkSt
82
F
ArkLR
76
CenAR
56
F
NOrl
59
MisSt
82
F
Detr
65
Clem
87
F
Dart
80
UMassL
75
F(OT)
IdaSt
61
WaSt
72
F
(N/A)
53
Drake
98
F
CSNor
62
Rich
90
F
TexPA
55
TXAMC
63
F
Ball
69
IndSt
55
F
(N/A)
47
Fres
92
F
UCRiv
51
Pacif
58
F
Rider
55
AzSt
92
F
Wake
65
Charl
67
F(OT)
Fairf
75
LoyMD
84
F(OT)
(N/A)
60
SJSU
85
F
GASt
83
GTown
91
F

Nov 17, 2019, 8:00 PM EST

Final

1

2

T

Texas-Arlington (2-2)

28

19

47

(14) Oregon (4-0)

37

30

67

No. 14 Oregon beats Texas Arlington 67-47
Sun Nov 17, 2019 11:14 PM

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) Payton Pritchard came to Oregon’s rescue with some timely offense.

Pritchard scored 24 points and Texas Arlington could only respond with one missed shot after another in No. 14 Oregon’s 67-47 victory over the cold-shooting Mavericks on Sunday night.

“Payton finished some shots,” Oregon coach Dana Altman said about the senior guard who was 10 of 16 from the field. “He’s got the ball in his hands so much, I think he���s got to set the tone. He took the ball to the basket and made some good plays.”

UTA had no answer.

The Mavericks (2-2) set a program record by shooting a woeful 23.4 percent from the field, making 15 of 64 shots overall and 6 of 30 from 3-point range, where their offense usually thrives.

“There were some empty offensive possessions and we can’t beat Oregon only scoring 47 points,” UTA coach Chris Ogden said. “There were some open shots that went in and out and that we’ve got to knock down to beat these guys because they’re so good.”

Jordan Phillips led the Mavericks (2-2) with 14 points but made only four of 12 shots from the field. Rashad Davis and Jabari Narcis, the team’s co-leading scorers entering the game, were a combined 1 of 10 from the field.

“We have guys who can really shoot the ball ... but that happens,” Ogden said of the dismal shooting performance. “When you have those stretches where you can’t hit a shot we’ve got to have something else we can go to and get fouled.”

The 23.4% shooting broke the school record of 23.5% in a 1999 game against Texas State.

Oregon scored 13 consecutive points midway through the first half to take a 29-16 lead and built that margin to 37-21 before the Mavericks scored the final seven points of the half to pull to 37-28.

“It kind of opened the door for them there,” Altman said.

BIG PICTURE

Oregon: With their four opening wins, including a triumph over No. 13 Memphis, the Ducks should be looking at a slight rise in the poll from their current ranking of No. 14.

Texas Arlington: The Mavericks haven’t fared well in stepping up in competition, going 0-7 against Pac-12 schools and 1-32 against opponents that were ranked at the time of the meeting.

BIG ON THE BOARDS

Oregon had a 46 to 36 edge in rebounds, including a 25 to 19 margin in the second half when the Mavericks had no second-chance points after tallying nine in the first half. Pritchard and freshman C.J. Walker each had eight rebounds to lead the Ducks.

UP NEXT

Oregon: Hosts Houston on Friday.

Texas Arlington: At No. 8 Gonzaga on Tuesday night.

Leaders

Texas-Arlington PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
T. Jackson-Young 0 0 0 2 1 0
N. Elame 0 0 0 1 0 0
Oregon PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
C. Walker 0 0 0 8 0 1
P. Pritchard 24 0 3 8 0 0

Team Comparison

TexAr Oreg
Points For 47 67
Field Goals 15/64-23% 27/59-46%
Three Pointers 6/30-20% 8/20-40%
Free Throws 11/16-69% 5/8-62%
Offensive Rebounds 13 8
Defensive Rebounds 23 38
Rebounds 38 47
Blocks 2 5
Steals 3 4
Turnovers 6 10
Personal Fouls 8 16
Technical Fouls 0 0
Ejections 0 0

2019-2020 Regular Season - Oreg Leads Series 1-0

Date Result Away Pts Ldr Home Pts Ldr
Sun Nov 17 TexAr 47 @ Oreg 67 A. Nouhi 2 F. Okoro 3

Game Information

Stadium: Matthew Knight Arena, Eugene, Oregon
Attendance: 6,017
Game Time: