Ducks Get Another Conference Road Win

The Oregon Ducks relied on four players scoring double figures led by Devoe Joseph' 15 to beat Arizona State in Tempe, 65-58.

Oregon (12-5, 3-2) held a slim 37-35 halftime lead and ASU took the lead in the second half. However Oregon stepped up the defensive intensity and when E.J. Singler scrambled for a loose ball, then picked it up and went in for a slam dunk, the Ducks were in full control.

Tony Woods added 12 points, while Singler had 11 and Garret Sim 10 for Oregon (12-5, 3-2 Pac-12).

Trent Lockett scored a season-high 23 points for the Sun Devils, one off his career best.

Carrick Felix added 11 for Arizona State (5-11, 1-3).

The Ducks face Arizona on Saturday with tip-off scheduled for 12:30 p.m. (PT) in a game televised on CBS.

POSTGAME NOTES

- Oregon improved to 3-2 in true road games (UO lost to BYU in Salt Lake City).

- Oregon had a 21-2 advantage in points off of turnovers. Ducks recorded just eight turnovers, while the Sun Devils were forced into 16 turnovers.

- The Ducks made 25-of-47 on field goals for 53.2 percent. UO has shot 50 percent or better in three games this season (3-0 in those contests).

- Devoe Joseph reached double-figures for the 10th time (in 11 games). It was the fifth time this season Joseph led the Ducks in scoring.

- Tony Woods reached double-figures in scoring for the first time in the last 11 games. He posted a career-high 13 points versus BYU on Dec. 3.

- E.J. Singler (five rebounds) led the team in rebounding for the fifth time this season (27th time of his career).

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