Stanford Vs. Oregon: Card Falls 68-64 At Maples Pavilion Sunday Night

The Stanford Cardinal played host to the Oregon Ducks Sunday night, looking to keep their winnings streak going at home. But after a hard fought battle the Card would eventually fold, falling to the Ducks 68-64.

E.J. Singler scored 10 consecutive points in the final six minutes, including a go-ahead 3-pointer with 2:45 remaining to secure the win for the Ducks. Singler finished with 20 points, five rebounds and three assists while Olu Ashaolu added 14 points off the bench for the Ducks (19-8, 10-5 Pac-12), who have won two straight at Maples Pavilion following a 24-game losing streak that dating all the way back to 1986.

Josh Owens had 20 points and Dwight Powell scored 11 for Stanford (18-9, 8-7). The Cardinal went scoreless over the final 3:45 after taking a 64-61 lead on Owens’ dunk, but went cold the rest of the way

The win moves Oregon into a fourth-place tie with Arizona with three regular-season games remaining. The top four teams in the standings receive first-round byes in the Pac-12 tournament.

For more on the Cardinal, head over to Rule of Tree.

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