No. 19 Stanford women upset by Oregon

EUGENE, Ore. — Jillian Alleyne registered her NCAA-best 27th double-double of the season, scoring 22 points with 12 rebounds, and Oregon upset No. 19 Stanford 62-55 on Sunday, snapping an 18-game losing streak to the Cardinal dating back to Dec. 29, 2004.

After a tightly-contested first half, No. 19 Stanford (21-9, 13-5 Pac-12) led 30-29 at the break.

Oregon (13-16, 6-12 Pac-12) went on a 15-2 run early in the second — including seven consecutive made free throws and a pair of layups by Alleyne — and a few moments later Amanda Delgado drilled a 3-pointer to put the Ducks up by 11 with 7:01 to go.

Stanford simply couldn't make a run, hitting just 3 of 10 shots and not reaching the line in the last 6½ minutes.

Stanford was led by Lili Thomson with 14 points and Amber Orrange with 13.

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