After getting dismantled against Oregon on Friday night, Arizona women's basketball rallied from a seven-point deficit in the second half to win 65-58 in overtime against Oregon State. This was its first win over a top-10 team on the road. The Wildcats improved from their sluggish night in Eugene with an impressive defensive display. Oregon State had 14 turnovers and completely fell apart at the end of the game.
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One of the biggest home games of the year happens Friday night as No. 18 Arizona women's basketball hosts No. 16 Arizona State in the McKale Center at 6:00 pm.
Cate Reese is one of the best recruits Arizona has landed in a very long time. She was the first McDonald’s All-American since Adia Barnes to commit to Arizona. Reese has been a big reason why Arizona has reshaped their whole program. Reese has averaged 11.8 points per game and 6.8 rebounds per game since beginning her career at Arizona. The sophomore has a big opportunity to become one of Arizona’s most popular and well-known players in the women’s college basketball program. Her potential is very high and could eventually get her into the WNBA.
After dropping two straight games, Arizona had another tall task ahead of it as they hosted No. 2 Oregon. Arizona ultimately fell 71-64 in a hard-fought game at the McKale Center.
After starting the season 13-0, Arizona women’s basketball drops its second consecutive game to No. 3 Oregon State 63-61.