Stanford vs Oregon PAC 12 Women Tournament Championship Basketball Condensed Game 3 8 2020.
The captain of the Card. 👨🏽✈️ Oscar da Silva looks to lead @StanfordMBB to a win tonight in the opening round of the #Pac12Hoops Tournament. Catch all of the action next:
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