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Concordia at No. 7 Oregon (Exhibition)

When: 2 p.m. Dec. 30

EUGENE — Another day, another blowout for No. 7 Oregon.

Ruthy Hebard scored 23 points on 11-for-12 shooting and had 15 rebounds, Sabrina Ionescu added her NCAA-record 14th triple-double and Oregon beat overmatched UC Irvine 115-69 on Friday.

“Coach always says go up strong, so I know when I’m on balance I can definitely finish strong,” said Hebard, who set an NCAA record last season with 33 consecutive field goals.

The junior forward’s only miss came on a short jumper early in the third quarter during which the Ducks shot 14 of 19 and easily pulled away to a 30-point lead.

“And she shouldn’t have missed that one,” Ionescu said with Hebard seated nearby.

A day after setting the triple-double mark, Ionescu grabbed her 10th rebound in the fourth quarter to complete the triple-double. She also had 13 points and 14 assists.

“We did it as a team tonight,” Ionescu said. “My teammates were boxing out hard and letting me get the loose (rebounds).”

Hebard had 13 points and 10 rebounds in the first half. She also made her first six shots for 19 consecutive field goals over her last three games.

Oregon (11-1), the nation’s top scoring team, matched its season high for points while shooting 48 of 75 for 64.0 percent. Satou Sabally led the Ducks with 27 points, Erin Boley added 17 and Maite Cazorla had 13.

The Ducks outscored the Anteaters 64-29 in the second half, similar to what they did in their 46-point victory over Air Force on Thursday.

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