In the second half, Oregon State (10-11, 4-6) was able to cut the deficit to 23-20, but that's as close as the Beavers were going to come to overcoming the visitors from Tempe. Senior Jeff Pendergraph, who scored 12 straight points during one stretch of this period, was 6-7 from the field and tallied all of his 15 points in the second stanza, as did Rihards Kuksiks with nine.
The sophomore, who didn't practice all week because of the flu and missed Thursday's game at Oregon, made a trio of three-point shots.
ASU shot just 38.1 percent from the floor, but held the hosts to 32.6 in that category. They also had the edge on the glass, out rebounding the Beavers 26-22. McMillan led all players with five steals and four assists.
The victory marked the fourth straight Pac-10 road win for ASU, which is their longest streak since recording five straight in the 1980-81 season.
The road sweep at the state of Oregon not only gives takes the sting a bit out of being swept by the Washington schools in Tempe last weekend. It also gives the Sun Devils a little bit of momentum as they open a three-game home stand against conference leading UCLA on Thursday at 7:00 pm.