Pac-10 Men's Basketball Round-Up: November 15, 2009

Nov. 15, 2009

Beavers Beaten by Red Raiders, 64-60
LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - David Tairu scored 19 points to lead Texas Tech past Oregon State in the Duel in the Desert tournament Sunday. The Beavers battled back from a double-digit deficit to pull even with the Red Raiders (3-0) at 50-50 with about four minutes remaining in the game. Read More

Cats Start Miller Era With Victory
TUCSON - The Sean Miller era at Arizona began with a decent note as Arizona beat in-state rival Northern Arizona (1-1), 87-70, Sunday afternoon in McKale Center. UA squandered a 23-point second-half lead, however, and watched its shooting cool while the Lumberjacks heated up in the late going. Read More

Ducks Win BTI Tip-Off Tournament
EUGENE, Ore. - Senior guard Tajuan Porter scored a team-high 23 points as the University of Oregon men's basketball team defeated Colorado State 68-53 to win the BTI Tip-Off Tournament Sunday in Eugene, Ore. Porter was named MVP after scoring a combined 56 points in three tournament games. Read More

Washington Wins By 56 Over Portland State
SEATTLE (AP) - Quincy Pondexter scored 20 of his career-high 29 in the first half, and No. 14 Washington overwhelmed Portland State 111-55 on Sunday night. The Vikings had no answer in trying to slow down the Huskies lone senior. Read More

Stanford Downs Cal Poly in Home Opener, 70-53
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) - Landry Fields scored 22 points to help Stanford win its home opener 70-53 over Cal Poly Sunday night. Jack Trotter scored a career-high 10 points for the Cardinal, who won their fourth straight home opener. Drew Shiller added 11 points. Read More

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