EUGENE — Oregon's Kelly Graves felt as if his team had just won a playground game of horse.
Watching two teams shoot a combined 34 of 67 from 3-point range will do that to a coach.
"I've got players who can't shoot that percentage in layup line in warmups," Graves said. "That's crazy, and it was just one of those nights."
Satou Sabally scored 22 points and Sabrina Ionescu had 21 points and a career-high 14 assists to help No. 10 Oregon rout Weber State 114-87 on Saturday.
Sabally, a 6-foot-4 German freshman making her first start, was 8 of 11 from the field and made three 3-pointers for the Ducks (7-1). Oregon has won four straight.
The teams were nearly even from beyond the arc, with Oregon hitting 17 of 33 and the Wildcats (5-2) making 17 of 34. By halftime, 38 of the 69 field-goal attempts had been from long range.
Lexi Bando had five 3s in the second quarter for the Ducks and finished with 19 points.
Oregon's opponents had made just 20.2 percent on 3-pointers through seven games. The Ducks' last three foes were 6 of 61 (9.8 percent).
Weber State shot holes in those numbers.
"The 3-point shot is a big part of their game," Graves said, "and we knew coming in that the only way they could beat us was if they were scoring 3 at a time."
Larryn Brooks was 5 of 9 from long range and led Weber State with a career-best 25 points. Jaiamoni Welch-Coleman added 16 points, and Kailie Quinn had 12.
Oregon pulled away from a 50-41 halftime lead with a 44-point third quarter while shooting 14 of 17 from the field and 12 of 14 at the foul line.
"I thought in the third quarter when we really needed to clamp down defensively, we did and finally got the game in hand," Graves said.
Ionescu had 14 points in the quarter and finished three rebounds shy of her seventh career triple-double. Her 14 assists tied an Oregon record.