NCAAB Game Recap - Hawaii at Oregon
Sat Dec 7, 2019 7:00 PM EST

Colora
58
Kansas
72
F
Ill
58
MD
59
F
PSU
74
OhSt
106
F
FaDi
52
KY
83
F
Ariz
58
Baylor
63
F
HI
64
Oreg
89
F
Mem
65
UAB
57
F
Vill
78
StJos
66
F
Fla
62
Butl
76
F
Fres
70
UtSt
77
F(OT)
NJIT
65
UCF
78
F
Syr
97
GaTec
63
F
WVU
68
StJon
70
F
StFNY
63
UMassL
94
F
FlInt
84
KennSt
81
F
Stetsn
61
VMI
88
F
StFPA
63
UMBC
60
F
UMass
55
Harv
89
F
E MI
55
Detr
51
F
CarBi
40
Citad
108
F
Lafy
62
Corn
59
F
Maine
66
CenCT
64
F
IUPUI
54
Ball
102
F
LongI
85
Army
72
F
NCAT
52
Brad
83
F
Presb
68
SCSt
80
F
BC
73
ND
72
F
MiaO
87
Evans
101
F
Nev
100
AF
85
F
CSBak
67
Miss
83
F
(N/A)
59
LoyIL
90
F
Boston
79
Bingha
84
F(OT)
IndSt
84
WriSt
77
F(OT)
YSU
64
W MI
66
F
NCSU
91
Wake
82
F
Charl
76
UNCW
57
F
Longw
65
Morg
73
F
Manh
54
Ford
53
F(OT)
LaSal
71
Drex
63
F
Nebras
76
Crei
95
F
Hof
45
StBon
73
F
NMSt
54
WaSt
63
F
UNLV
50
BYU
83
F
ArkSt
66
Tuls
63
F
UCSB
72
TexAr
68
F
SIU
69
SoMis
72
F
Rice
60
Lamar
73
F
(N/A)
47
TXSo
85
F
LoyMD
64
MtStM
48
F
Del
56
GrgWas
66
F
NM
79
Wyo
65
F
UtVal
72
S UT
73
F
UNCA
77
WCU
78
F
UNCG
60
Radf
58
F
David
70
NE
63
F
Oakl
65
BGSU
68
F
IPFW
49
IL-C
62
F
WIGB
80
E IL
93
F
GASt
73
Mercer
61
F
(N/A)
53
TXAMC
81
F
Ind
64
Wisc
84
F
Cal
52
SCla
71
F
CenAR
67
Utah
98
F
JacSt
62
AlaAM
67
F(OT)
TexSA
77
TxSt
71
F
NFla
83
APSU
90
F
Cin
66
Xav
73
F
UNH
67
Quin
75
F
NCC
53
ChaSo
58
F
BethC
60
Jacksn
82
F
SEMO
73
Drake
78
F
ArkLR
53
N TX
76
F
Norf
53
Hamp
64
F
RobM
64
FlGlf
59
F
GWebb
77
Woff
81
F
Tows
38
Vermt
55
F
Pacif
65
LongB
46
F
MorSt
50
IlSt
61
F
CoCar
92
Winth
88
F
Brown
63
Stony
79
F
Maris
51
Navy
53
F(OT)
Yale
78
Leh
65
F
Clev
59
Kent
81
F
Amer
53
GMas
68
F
Albany
64
Buck
65
F
Ark
79
W Ky
86
F(OT)
Mizzu
64
Temp
54
F
NIU
57
UCDav
66
F
(N/A)
65
InWor
101
F
ETSU
68
NDSt
78
F
Samf
113
HBU
90
F
(N/A)
34
AbCh
102
F
OlDom
57
VACom
69
F
MidTN
52
Murr
85
F
Sac
62
CS-Ful
59
F
(N/A)
46
Web
86
F
ArkPB
50
UTEP
59
F
ColSt
64
Bois
75
F
Marq
73
KansSt
65
F
ULLa
65
AzSt
77
F
GTown
91
SMU
74
F
Gram
67
LoyMa
83
F
Sien
66
CAPoly
70
F
Portl
71
Seatt
73
F
HolyC
51
USD
68
F
CBap
68
UCIrv
60
F

Oregon 89, Hawaii 64

Dec 7, 2019, 7:00 PM EST

Final

1

2

T

Hawaii (6-3)

34

30

64

(13) Oregon (7-2)

34

55

89

No. 13 Ducks stop a 2-game slide with 89-64 win over Hawaii
Sat Dec 7, 2019 10:18 PM

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) Guard Will Richardson had a simple explanation for the difference between halves in No. 13 Oregon's victory over Hawaii.

“Just the energy,” he said, “and picking up the intensity on defense."

Payton Pritchard had 20 points and a season-high 11 assists, and the Ducks snapped a two-game losing streak with an 89-64 victory over the Rainbow Warriors on Saturday.

The teams were tied at 34 at the break but Oregon (7-2) opened the second half with a 20-1 run to pull away. The Ducks led by as many as 27 points down the stretch.

Oregon coach Dana Altman also used that word “energy" for the Ducks' second-half takeover.

“We were standing around, kind of like in practice this week. We didn't have a great week in practice, and we were pretty stagnant, I thought, in that first half. The second half I just thought we played with a lot more energy,” Altman said. “Payton hit two big 3s to start, and it just kind of got us going. We needed a kick-start there."

Eddie Stansberry led Hawaii (6-3) with 24 points, including a career-high seven 3-pointers. The loss snapped a three-game winning streak for the Rainbow Warriors.

The victory snapped a five-game Hawaii winning streak over the Ducks in the all-time series. The last win for Oregon came in the 1974-75 season.

Oregon had dropped its last two games, against No. 8 Gonzaga on Nov. 28 and No. 6 North Carolina the next day at the Battle for Atlantis in the Bahamas.

Oregon was without starting forward Shakur Juiston because of a lower leg injury. He was averaging 8.8 points and 6.5 rebounds a game.

Freshman C.J. Walker started in Juiston's place. He finished with a career-high 18 points. Richardson added 16.

“I thought they came out ready to play in the second half. I thought we were slow starting in the half on both ends of the floor. They went on a run over the course of the first few minutes and we never really responded, or got ourselves back on track after that. All credit to them, they came out the right way in the second half, and we need to be better coming out of the locker room. There's no moral victories in being tied with them at halftime," Hawaii acting coach Chris Gerlufsen said.

The Rainbow Warriors were coming off a 58-41 victory over Hawaii Pacific.

Hawaii jumped out to a 13-5 lead over the Ducks early after Stansberry's 3-pointer. Pritchard's 3 midway through the opening half pulled the Ducks into a 17-all tie, but Oregon was not able to go ahead until Anthony Mathis' 3-pointer made it 22-20.

Oregon's lead was short-lived, though. Stansberry answered with a 3 of his own to put Hawaii back in front.

Pritchard's layup and free throw put Oregon ahead 32-28 with a little more than two minutes left in the half, but the teams were tied up at the break.

Stansberry had 14 of his points, including four 3-pointers, to lead all scorers at the half. The senior guard went into the game averaging 18.8 points.

Pritchard opened the second half with a pair of 3s to kick off the Ducks' big run that gave them a commanding 53-35 lead.

Hawaii has been led this season by Gerlufsen while coach Eran Ganot is out on medical leave. Ganot stepped away before the season opener.

BIG PICTURE:

Hawaii: It was Hawaii's first game against a ranked opponent in two years. ... The Rainbow Warriors play their next five games at home. ... While Hawaii had that winning streak against the Ducks, the two sides hadn't met since 1999.

Oregon: Oregon says Juiston is week-to-week. ... The Ducks have played the most difficult schedule in the nation thus far this season, with four opponents in the top 15. ... Portland Trail Blazer Nassir Little was at the game and stayed afterward to shoot a bit on the court at Matthew Knight Arena.

FAB FROSH: Walker, a 6-foot-8 power forward from Florida who was considered a five-star recruit, emerged during the tournament in the Bahamas.

“I thought his activity was pretty good. He can improve his rotations on the ball screens, but he's pretty bouncy around the basket and had some nice finishes," Altman said.

Walker said he knew he was going to have to step up with Juiston out.

“After my first couple of games, I got my feet wet a little bit, got used to it. I know I had a couple low scoring games my first couple of games, but after that I started to get used to it, and running the offense right," he said.

UP NEXT

Hawaii:The Rainbow Warriors host Samford on Dec. 15.

Oregon: The Ducks play at Michigan on Saturday.

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Leaders

Hawaii PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
J. Hemsley 0 0 0 0 0 0
Z. Nedd 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oregon PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
L. Osborn 0 0 0 0 0 0
E. Ionescu 0 0 1 0 0 0

Team Comparison

HI Oreg
Points For 64 89
Field Goals 22/57-39% 32/51-63%
Three Pointers 12/30-40% 10/19-53%
Free Throws 8/12-67% 15/17-88%
Offensive Rebounds 9 6
Defensive Rebounds 10 25
Rebounds 22 32
Blocks 0 2
Steals 4 5
Turnovers 13 12
Personal Fouls 16 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
Sat Dec 7 HI 64 @ Oreg 89 Z. Raimo 3 F. Okoro 3

Game Information

Stadium: Matthew Knight Arena, Eugene, Oregon
Attendance: 6,599
Game Time: