Recap: Oregon vs. UC Irvine

The Sports NetworkDecember 17, 2013 

Eugene, OR (SportsNetwork.com) - Joseph Young shot 7-of-10 from the field for 18 points as the 13th-ranked Oregon Ducks stayed unbeaten with a 91-63 rout of UC Irvine in a non-conference bout from Matthew Knight Arena.

Mike Moser and Damyean Dotson contributed 15 and 14 points, respectively, as the Ducks (10-0) welcomed sophomores Dominic Artis and Ben Carter back to the lineup after the pair served nine-game suspensions to start the season. Artis had five points and eight rebounds while Carter scored four.

"Ben is a pretty mature player. Defensively he gets it, and I really think that helped us out today," said Moser. "And so did Dominic. He rebounded the ball tremendously."

Jason Calliste scored 10 points for Oregon, which shot 12-of-19 as a team from behind the arc. Oregon is one of just 13 undefeated teams in the nation.

"Our energy for almost the entire game was really good," said Oregon head coach Dana Altman. "I thought all the guys did a good job moving the ball."

Will Davis II netted a game-high 20 points in the setback, while Luke Nelson tallied 13 points, six assists and five rebounds. Chris McNealy scored 14 for UC Irvine (6-6), which has lost three of four.

Mamadou Ndiaye, the 7-foot-6 freshman from Senegal, went for seven points with seven boards and four blocked shots for the Anteaters.

Davis scored five points before the media timeout to keep Irvine close, 9-8, but Moser and Young made triples on the front and back end of a 13-2 run that had the Ducks in front by 16, 28-12, with nine minutes left in the first half.

Oregon finished the half on a 7-0 run to take a 48-29 lead into the locker rooms.

The Ducks won the second half, 43-34, as they cruised to a convincing victory.

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