Season Ends With Loss To Huskies

The Oregon Ducks men's basketball season ended on Friday in a 69-51 loss to the Washington Huskies in the semi-finals of the Pac-10 Conference Tournament held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

(PHOTO) Oregon forward Joevan Catron, left, is defended by Washington forward Matthew Bryan-Amaning in the second half of an NCAA college basketball game at the Pac-10 conference tournament in Los Angeles, Friday, March 11, 2011. Washington won 69-51. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

C.J. Wilcox scored 14 points while freshman Terrence Ross added 13 to pace Washington.

Oregon trailed most of the game but at one point in the second half were able to come within four points (44-40) but could not come any closer.

Oregon was led in scoring by senior Joevan Catron's 18 points and nine rebounds. Malcolm Armstead scored 12 while E.J. Singler chipped in 10.

The game was Oregon's third in three days and the 51 points was the lowest output against any Pac-10 opponent this season.

The 3-point shot, which had been the Ducks' biggest ally in the first two contests was absent as Oregon shot just 16.7 percent on 3-point attempts. Overall, the Ducks shot 32.1 percent on 18-of-56 field goal shooting.

Oregon finishes the season with a 16-17 record.

eDuck Top Stories