Oregon 116, Portland State 68

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) -- Freshman Tajuan Porter scored 38 points and
set a new school record with 10 3-pointers to lead Oregon to a
116-68 win against Portland State on Sunday in the Basketball
Travelers Classic tournament.

Porter, who is averaging 31 points and seven 3-pointers after
three games, was 12-for-14 from the field and 10-for-12 from the
3-point line before leaving the game with seven minutes to play. He
also broke Ronnie Lee's freshman scoring record of 31 points set in
1973, and came within five points of the program's single-game
record of 43.

Scott Morrison led Portland State (1-2) with 16 points and nine
rebounds. Deonte Huff and Dupree Lucas added 15 points apiece.

Porter, a 5-foot-6 guard from Detroit, had 19 points and five
3-pointers in each half, and ended the first half with a 70-foot
shot at the buzzer to give Oregon (3-0) a 48-31 lead at the break.

Oregon's point total tied a McArthur Court record, and its 68
second-half points also set an arena record.

Oregon shot 50 percent from the field and made a program-best 17
3-pointers on 32 attempts, with Chamberlain Oguchi making four and
Aaron Brooks three. Bryce Taylor finished with 20 points for the
Ducks, while Brooks scored 17, Oguchi had 14 and Maarty Leunen
added 12.

The Vikings committed 20 turnovers and missed 23 of 25 3-point