EDS: Oregon St. 94, Arizona 88, 2OT.
CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) -- Brittney Davis scored 30 points and Ashley Allen added 29 Thursday night to lead Oregon State to a 94-88 double-overtime victory over Arizona, which played the final minute with two players after everyone else had fouled out.
Ashley Whisonant had a career-high 34 points for Arizona. Her basket gave Arizona an 87-83 lead in the second overtime, but the Beavers went on a 11-1 run to seal it.
Beatrice Bofia had 12 points and 18 rebounds for the Wildcats (6-8, 0-3 Pac-10, who have lost four straight.
Oregon State (8-5, 1-1) overcame a 16-point second-half deficit, eventually tying the game at 63 on Allen's 3-pointer with 1:15 left in regulation.
Arizona played the final 1:28 of regulation and the entire first overtime with four players after two of the six who had dressed for the game fouled out.
Amina Njonku fouled out with 2:28 remaining in the second overtime, leaving the Wildcats with three players. Arizona was left with two -- Bofia and Sarah Hays -- after Whisonant was called for her fifth foul with 1:01 left.
Arizona only dressed six because two players were injured, one was lost to academics and another missed the game for personal reasons.
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