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SEATTLE (AP) — Kelsey Plumb scored 23 points with eight rebounds and eight assists and broke the school 3-point record, leading No. 11 Washington to an 87-36 win over Savannah State on Sunday for its eighth-straight win. With the first of her five 3s, Plum, who become the Pac-12’s all-time leading scorer in her last game, broke the Husky career mark of 265.

HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ky. (AP) — Cole Murray hit five 3-pointers to score 17 points, Carson Williams had 17 points and nine rebounds and Northern Kentucky pulled away in the second half to end Eastern Washington’s seven-game winning streak 70-48 on Sunday. Lavone Holland II added 16 points for the Norse (8-3), who won their fifth straight.

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Jazz Johnson had 15 points while Alec Wintering added 14 and the Portland Pilots handed Oregon State its fifth-straight loss with a 53-45 victory on Sunday in the Dam City Classic at the Moda Center. The Pilots (7-3) have won four of their last five games under new head coach Terry Porter, the former Trail Blazers’ great whose jersey hangs from the rafters at the former Rose Garden Arena.

SEATTLE (AP) — Markelle Futz had 27 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds and Washington beat Western Michigan 92-86 last night. A 3-pointer by Tucker Haymond gave Western Michigan an 80-77 lead with 6:02 left but Fultz scored 10 from there, including a driving dunk with about five minutes to play that energized the crowd.


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