No. 24 California women beat Oregon 74-59

EUGENE, Ore. — Brittany Boyd had 17 points on 7-of-10 shooting and handed out six assists as No. 24 California women beat Oregon 74-59 Thursday night.

The Bears (21-7, 13-4 Pac-12) scored 17 straight to pull away to a 67-41 lead with 8:51 left and Oregon posed no threat from there.

Reshanda Gray and Mercedes Jefflo added 13 points each and Mikayla Cowling scored 10. California made a season-high 11 3-pointers and assisted on 24 of its 30 field goals.

Coach Lindsay Gottlieb earned her 100th victory with the Bears — her 156th overall.

Jillian Alleyne had her NCAA-best 26th double-double of the season, finishing with 33 points, 16 rebounds and five steals to lead Oregon (12-16, 5-12). Jordan Loera added 10 points.

The Ducks used an early 6-0 run to lead 12-8 and Cal went scoreless for over five minutes. The Bears ended the drought with a 10-0 run and never trailed from there.

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