NCAAB Game Recap - Stanford at Oregon
Sat Mar 7, 2020 11:00 PM EST

VMI
57
ETSU
70
F
LongI
66
RobM
86
F
Kansas
66
TxTch
62
F
UtSt
59
SDSU
56
F
Maine
50
Vermt
61
F
Denv
69
NDSt
71
F
Murr
75
Belm
76
F
SacHr
72
StFPA
84
F
Woff
77
Furm
68
F
Albany
73
Stony
76
F
IPFW
77
SDSt
74
F
UMassL
75
Hartfo
89
F
GrgWas
51
Dayt
76
F
Chat
78
UNCG
68
F
Pepp
82
StMar
89
F(2OT)
UNH
67
UMBC
73
F
Baylor
64
WVU
76
F
WCU
70
Mercer
56
F
Drake
66
Brad
76
F
USF
72
Pacif
54
F
KY
71
Fla
70
F
Valpa
89
MOSt
82
F
CoCar
63
TexAr
62
F
BC
62
FlaSt
80
F
JMU
61
Elon
63
F
ArkSt
66
ULLa
73
F
Seton
60
Crei
77
F
UNCW
55
Drex
66
F
Lou
54
UVA
57
F
UNC
76
Duke
89
F
Stan
67
Oreg
80
F
Vill
70
GTown
69
F
Aub
85
Tenn
63
F
PSU
69
NW
80
F
Wisc
60
Ind
56
F
Marq
86
StJon
88
F
SCar
74
Vand
83
F
UTEP
77
Rice
72
F
UGA
64
LSU
94
F
LaSal
78
StJos
77
F
Rut
71
Purd
68
F(OT)
VaTec
56
ND
64
F
GMas
65
Ford
61
F
Colora
72
Utah
74
F(OT)
Alab
50
Mizzu
69
F
UCLA
52
USC
54
F
Marsh
82
TexSA
77
F
OkSt
81
Tex
59
F
IaSt
63
KansSt
79
F
Syr
65
Mia-FL
69
F(OT)
NWSt
100
CenAR
85
F
Cal
56
OrSt
74
F
HBU
78
TXAMC
84
F
Ark
69
TexAM
77
F
IdaSt
76
Ida
80
F
Web
69
E WA
78
F
McNee
70
Lamar
66
F
AbCh
71
InWor
68
F(OT)
SamH
57
SFA
68
F
SoMis
62
MidTN
65
F(OT)
Okla
78
TCU
76
F
N CO
75
MTSt
61
F
Corn
85
Princ
82
F
Colum
65
Penn
85
F
Gram
70
AlSt
58
F
TXSo
75
Alc
90
F
PVAM
80
South
89
F(OT)
WaSt
74
AzSt
83
F
Miss
44
MisSt
69
F
DeP
55
Prov
93
F
Charl
43
LaTec
66
F
W Ky
91
FlInt
85
F
SMU
60
SoFL
61
F
URI
64
UMass
63
F
Yale
69
Harv
83
F
Brown
70
Dart
58
F
SeLA
69
NOrl
79
F
JackSt
54
AlaAM
51
F
OlDom
63
UAB
72
F
Temp
63
Cin
64
F
CSBak
61
GrCan
64
F
CBap
76
TexPA
79
F(OT)
StBon
49
StLou
72
F
MsVl
74
ArkPB
71
F
Butl
72
Xav
71
F
S UT
85
Mont
80
F(OT)
UCDav
61
UCRiv
66
F
CAPoly
67
UCSB
69
F
HI
82
CSNor
86
F
Wash
69
Ariz
63
F
Sac
72
PorSt
76
F
LongB
69
CS-Ful
75
F
UMKC
Seatt
Canc
ChiSt
UtVal
Canc

Oregon 80, Stanford 67

Mar 7, 2020, 11:00 PM EST

Final

1

2

T

Stanford (20-11)

31

36

67

(13) Oregon (24-7)

36

44

80

No. 13 Oregon claims Pac-12 with 80-67 win over Stanford
Sun Mar 8, 2020 3:45 AM

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) The opportunity was there, and Oregon wasn’t about to let it pass.

With a share of the Pac-12 regular season championship assured before the game, the No. 13 Ducks claimed it outright for themselves by finishing perfect at home with an 80-67 victory Saturday over Stanford.

“I told them nine times out of 10, being selfish is a bad thing,” Oregon coach Dana Altman said of his pregame speech. “This one time, it’s a good thing.

“We don’t need to share this with anybody.”

Tthe Ducks didn’t, finishing a game ahead of UCLA as Payton Pritchard scored 29 points for Oregon (24-7, 13-5). Fellow senior Anthony Mathis added 14 points as the Ducks (24-7, 13-5) finished 17-0 at home.

Oregon clinched a share of the title earlier in the day when UCLA lost to USC and fell to 12-6.

Will Richardson added 12 points for Oregon, which shot 57% from the field. Oregon also made 10 of 19 3-pointers, including four each by Pritchard and Mathis.

Oscar Da Silva led the Cardinal (20-11, 9-9) with 18 points and Spencer Jones added 15. Daejon Davis had 13 points and Bryce Willis 10 for Stanford, which defeated Oregon 70-60 a month ago.

“It’s great to win it outright but we wanted to get redemption against Stanford,” Pritchard said. “We wanted to prove a point.”

It is Oregon’s seventh conference title, dating back to 1919, with three in the past five years. The Ducks hadn’t won a conference title at home since 1945.

Oregon scored the first four points of the second half to lead 40-31. Pritchard's long 3-pointer made it 50-40 before the Ducks scored seven consecutive points, the last five by Addison Patterson, for their biggest lead at 57-42.

Stanford answered with seven straight points to get within 57-49. Pritchard hit a 3-pointer and then drove for a layup to increase the lead to 62-49 with 6:38 remaining.

Stanford twice again got within seven points of the Ducks. Pritchard usually answered with a 3, a drive or free throws as he closed his four-year career in front of the Oregon fans.

“The key is to make it tough on Pritchard but he’ll probably be the player of the year in the conference,” Stanford coach Jerod Haase said. “He’s an unbelievable player and everything kind of goes through him.

“You can do all you want and we have some great individual defensive players, but at the end of the day, it all starts and ends with him.”

BIG PICTURE

Stanford: The Cardinal is 3-20 against Top-25 teams over the past four seasons, with wins this season over Colorado and Oregon. Stanford’s last road win over a ranked Pac-12 foe was against Oregon in 2014.

Oregon: Became the first Pac-12 school to win conference titles in football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball in the same academic year. The only other Power Five conference school to accomplish that was Ohio State, three times.

UP NEXT

Stanford: Plays California on Wednesday in the first round of the Pac-12 Tournament.

Oregon: Plays the Oregon State-Utah winner in Thursday's Pac-12 Tournament quarterfinals.

Leaders

Stanford PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
I. White 0 0 1 3 0 0
O. da Silva 18 0 1 7 1 1
Oregon PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
F. Okoro 0 0 0 0 0 2
C. Walker 0 0 0 1 0 0

Team Comparison

Stan Oreg
Points For 67 80
Field Goals 24/51-47% 29/51-57%
Three Pointers 7/16-44% 10/19-53%
Free Throws 12/14-86% 12/15-80%
Offensive Rebounds 8 10
Defensive Rebounds 12 18
Rebounds 22 29
Blocks 3 7
Steals 4 11
Turnovers 15 16
Personal Fouls 17 18
Technical Fouls 0 0
Ejections 0 0

2019-2020 Regular Season - Series Tied 1-1

Date Result Away Pts Ldr Home Pts Ldr
Sat Feb 1 Oreg 60 @ Stan 70 F. Okoro 2 S. Jones 3
Sat Mar 7 Stan 67 @ Oreg 80 J. Delaire 1 C. Lawson 2

Game Information

Stadium: Matthew Knight Arena, Eugene, Oregon
Attendance: 10,862
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