Pacific 36 26 62
Oregon 29 56 85
Date of game: 11/29/2013

Recap: Oregon vs. Pacific

Eugene, OR (SportsNetwork.com) - Mike Moser had 19 points and the 14th-ranked Oregon Ducks used a big second half to beat the Pacific Tigers, 85-62, in the Global Sports Hardwood Challenge.

Jason Calliste and Joseph Young added 15 and 14 points, respectively, for the Ducks (5-0), who shot 56 percent from the field and went 21-of-30 from the foul line.

T.J. Wallace and Trevin Harris both had 14 points for the Tigers (4-1), who shot 36.4 percent from the floor.

The Tigers actually dominated the first half and led 36-24 with over 2 1/2 minutes remaining.

But the Ducks scored the final five points of the half to gain some momentum.

Oregon started the second period on a 20-0 run to gain control of the game. Young tallied nine points during the spurt that Waverly Austin capped with a layup for a 49-36 lead.

Pacific never got closer than nine the rest of the way.

Game Notes

Each team made eight shots from beyond the arc ... The Tigers turned the ball over 18 times.

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