Washington Vs. Oregon Score: Ducks Lead Huskies 46-42 At The Half

In front of a packed house at Alaska Airlines Arena, the Oregon Ducks are up 46-42 at halftime against the hosting Washington Huskies.

Down 12-6, five minutes into the game, the Ducks went on a 12-2 run to take an 18-14 lead with 11:48 left in the half. Oregon kept the lead for the majority of the first half after that.

Forward E.J. Singler leads all scorers with 15 points, he is three-for-four from beyond the arc and also leads Oregon with six rebounds. The Ducks are also getting solid production from center Tony Woods who is five-for-five from the field with ten points.

Washington's Terrence Ross poured in 12 points on five-for-ten shooting for the Huskies. Tony Wroten has only attempted five shots from the field, but has scored nine points, with five of them coming from the charity stripe.

The Huskies' frontcourt is in foul trouble which could hurt them in the second half; Aziz N'Diaye and Austin Seferian-Jenkins both have two fouls each.

For more news and nots on the Washington Huskies men's basketball team, check out UW Dawg Pound. To get the Ducks' point of view check out Addicted to Quack.

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