Washington Husky’s Ryan Kelly, Oregon’s Jordan Morgan and Washington State’s Mike Leach all scored in double figures for the Huskies, who snapped a five-game losing streak to the Ducks and extended their current winning streak to seven games.
Oregon has won the past two games, while Washington’s Mark Beamer and Washington’s Aaron Loomis each scored two assists.
Washington State, which has lost four straight and seven of the past 10, will face No. 10 Oregon in the Pac-12 Tournament semifinals.
Oregon won the last meeting between the teams in 2011.
Kelly scored 20 points and Morgan added 19 points and eight rebounds.
Leach added 14 points and five assists.
Morgan scored 18 points and scored seven assists in the loss.
The Ducks, who have won 10 of their past 12 games overall, are averaging 101.2 points per game.
Oregon will be looking for its first victory over Washington since 2009 when it beat the Huskers 75-70 in Eugene on Jan. 6, 2009.
The Huskies have won five straight against Oregon, and have won four straight in Eugene.
Washington has won three straight over Oregon, including a 76-56 victory on Dec. 29, 2011.
This is the third straight season the Husky-Ducks have split games in Eugene, but it is the first time they have done it since 2009.
Oregon is coming off its fourth straight victory, beating Washington State in overtime on Saturday.
Kelly led the Ducks with 25 points.
Leads the Ducks in scoring (18.0) and rebounds (6.7) and has averaged 15.4 points and 6.1 rebounds in the past four games.
Lebron James leads Washington with 20.0 points per contest.
Washington’s Lebrombo James (11.4 ppg) is averaging 14.4 per game and is tied for second in the conference in scoring.
The Cougars are averaging 88.6 points and have scored 92.4 on 47.3 percent shooting in their last six games.
Washington, which is 6-3 in its past seven road games, defeated Florida State 74-57 on Saturday for the third consecutive game.
Washington had won three in a row over Oregon before this season.
Washington is 8-4 in the last 10 meetings between the schools.
The last meeting was in Eugene in 2012.