Photos: UO Women's Basketball defeats North Dakota Fighting Hawks 77-51

Oregon Ducks Lexi Petersen (#33) fights for contorl of a loose ball. The Women Ducks defeated the North Dakota Fighting Hawks 77-51 in Matt Knight Arena Saturday afternoon. Jillian Alleyne racked up her 21st consecutive double-double with 17 total points and 11 rebounds. Lexi Bando scored 14 points, Lexi Petersen added 13, and Kat Cooper scored 12. Photo by Dan Morrison, Oregon News Lab

EUGENE, Ore. - The Oregon Ducks Women's Basketball team continued their string of victories with a win over the North Dakota Fighting Hawks Saturday in Mathew Knight Arena. In the win, Jillian Alleyne ran up her 21st consecutive double-double with 17 points and 11 rebounds, matching her record of consecutive double-doubles last season.

Fifth year senior Lexi Petersen added to the winning score with 13 points; Lexi Bando tacked on 14 and Kat Cooper added 12.

At the end of the game Alleyne said, "It's just being focused, knowing I can do it. Getting the double-double is not a mentality I go into the game with. It comes with how I play."

Coach Kelly Graves said, "I thought that was a really good effort tonight. Kind of like a business-like effort. They fought hard to the end. Their coach gets it; I thought their team played well tonight. I was proud of our group. We were pretty consistent all the way through at both ends of the floor. And I liked how we got aggressive toward the end of the game. Good game."

The Women Ducks next face San Jose State in Matthew Knight Arena Monday evening at 8 pm.