TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Ali Gibson scored 12 points, Ruth Hamblin added 10 and No. 9 Oregon State ran away from Arizona in the second half for a 73-55 victory Friday night.

Oregon State (17-1, 7-0 Pac-12) had trouble shaking the Wildcats early, but turned it into a rout with a dominant second half.

The Beavers hit 16 of 28 shots in the second half and Hamblin made sure Arizona had no chance of mounting a comeback, blocking six shots.

Oregon State shot 52 percent overall and made 10 of 20 from 3-point range.

Arizona (7-11, 0-7) kept Oregon within reach through the first half behind Candice Warthen before fading against the deep, talented Beavers.

Warthen scored 22 points and LaBrittney Jones added 11.

No. 11 STANFORD 79, UCLA 70

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Briana Roberson scored a career-high 21 points in her first start of the season and Stanford rallied in the second half to beat UCLA for the Cardinal's 19th straight win against the Bruins.

Bonnie Samuelson added 21 points and Amber Orrange had 20 points before fouling out late for the Cardinal (14-5, 6-1 Pac-12). Roberson, a sophomore from nearby Fullerton, came in averaging 5.8 points. Kaylee Johnson had 10 points and a career-best 17 rebounds.

Nirra Fields scored 22 points for the Bruins (8-10, 3-3), who fell to 0-7 against ranked teams this season and 0-14 against Top 25 teams since beating No. 10 Oklahoma last season. Jordin Canada added 14 points.

No. 13 ARIZONA STATE 70, OREGON 58

TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Katie Hempen scored 11 points and Promise Amukamara and Elisha Davis each added 10 as Arizona State beat Oregon to extend its winning streak to 14 games.

Arizona State (18-1, 7-0 Pac-12) trailed 27-25 at halftime, but Kelsey Moos sparked an 8-0 run, contributing six points and a defensive rebound in first 3 minutes of the second half. Moos finished with eight points and two rebounds.

Jillian Alleyne had a strong game for Oregon (8-10, 1-6), finishing with 17 points and 12 rebounds, but it wasn't enough as the Ducks lost their fifth straight.

Arizona State is off to the best start in school history.