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NO. 9 ARIZONA 77, NO. 23 OREGON 71: Loren Woods tied the NCAA record with 14 blocked shots as host Arizona pulled away over the final three minutes.

Woods also scored 16 points, 12 in the second half, and grabbed 10 rebounds for Arizona's first triple double since Damon Stoudamire did it against Oregon in 1995.

Arizona (18-4, 7-1 Pac-10) trailed most of the game and never led by more than two points until the last 23 seconds.

Woods, a 7-foot-1 junior transfer from Wake Forest, gave the Wildcats the lead for good at 73-71 on a rebound basket with 1:03 to go.

Woods, who had 10 blocks against Washington State earlier this season, equaled the NCAA mark set by David Robinson of Navy in 1986 and tied by Shawn Bradley of BYU in 1990 and Roy Rogers of Alabama in 1996. Woods had three blocks on Oregon's first possession of the game.

Oregon (15-4, 6-2) lost for the 15th straight time at McKale Center.

The Wildcats were 27-for-36 from the free-throw line; Oregon was 2-for-3.

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STETSON 88, TROY ST. 71: Will Robertson had career-highs of 25 points and 12 rebounds for host Stetson.

The Hatters (12-9, 7-5 TransAmerica Athletic Conference) have won three straight and six of seven while stopping a four-game Troy State winning streak.

The Trojans (14-7, 10-2) lead the conference by two games over Georgia State.

Stetson closed the game by making 12 of its final 14 free throws.

JACKSONVILLE 68, MERCER 65 (OT): Calvin Slaughter scored 16 and James Daniels 13 for the host Dolphins (7-13, 4-8). It was the second overtime game in 10 days between the TAAC teams. The Bears won 72-70 in double overtime Jan. 25. Scott Emerson led Mercer (6-18, 3-9) with 22 points but missed four free throws in overtime.

TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 87, B-CC 72: Michael Hicks scored 24 and Rashaad Hines 22, leading the host Islanders (8-12). Freddie Cole scored 20 and for the Wildcats (8-11).

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