Sabrina Ionescu didn't notice the Oregon crowd's roar when she finally went to the bench with a career-high 37 points against Stanford.

The Ducks fans were aware she had set the school's career scoring record. For Ionescu, all that mattered was that the sixth-ranked Ducks (14-2, 4-1 Pac-12) were well on the way to handing No. 3 Stanford (15-2, 4-1) its first conference loss with an 87-55 victory Thursday night in Eugene.

"I didn't know they said something at the game, did they? Ionescu said. "I didn't hear it."

Ionescu went into the game needing 24 points to match Oregon career leader Alison Lang (1980-84), who had 2,252. Her previous career high was 36, also set against Stanford. She added had 11 rebounds and seven assists.

"They had Sabrina and we didn't," Stanford coach Tara VanDerveer said. "She was phenomenal."

Northwestern 71, No. 15 Indiana 69 (OT): Abi Scheid (Elk River High School) scored 16 points on 7-for-10 shooting to help the Wildcats (15-2, 5-1) beat the host Hoosiers (14-4, 4-2) in overtime and maintain a share of first place in the Big Ten. Northwestern scored the last five points in regulation to complete a 17-5 run in the final 7:13, and it scored the last six points in overtime. Scheid also had seven rebounds and four assists.

No. 25 South Dakota 80, North Dakota State 36: The visiting Coyotes (16-2, 5-0 Summit League) defeated the Bison (3-13, 0-4) for the 14th time in the teams' past 15 meetings. South Dakota has won its first five conference games by 31, 21, 43, 33 and 44 points.

Men

Washington State 72, No. 8 Oregon 61: The host Cougars (11-7, 2-3 Pac-12) beat a top-10 team for only the third time, and for the first time since 2007. Payton Pritchard had 22 points and five assists for the Ducks (14-4, 3-2).

Arizona 93, Utah 77: Max Hazzard and Zeke Nnaji (Hopkins High School) each scored 24 points as the host Wildcats (12-5, 2-2 Pac-12) routed the Utes (10-6, 1-3). Arizona shot 15-for-29 from beyond the three-point arc. Hazzard, a reserve, went 6-for-10.

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