Aubree Johnson will always remember her final home game at Arizona State. Johnson scored a career-high 27 points, the most by a Sun Devil this season, to lead No.10 Arizona State to a 78-63 victory over Oregon State in Tempe on Saturday. Johnson hit 12 of 15 shots from the floor, the most points and field goals by an ASU player this season. Johnson’s explosion came on an emotional day for her and fellow senior Emily Westerberg. The co-captains and best friends were honored with bouquets in a pregame ceremony and received a long standing ovation when they came out with 2:23 to play. “I definitely was just trying to stay in kind of a neutral position emotionally,” Johnson said. “It definitely is sad, but at the same time it’s just exciting.” The Sun Devils have gone 54-4 at Wells Fargo Arena since Westerberg and Johnson arrived in 2003-04. The Sun Devils (23-3, 13-2 Pacific-10 Conference) finish the regular season with threeroad games: at USC, at UCLA and at Arizona. The Sun Devils’ respect for the seniors was evident. It seemed as if teammates were looking to feed Johnson or Westerberg every time down the floor. Westerberg finished with 10 points. “They’ve meant so much to our program, I think everybody played with a little bit more passion tonight,” coach Charli Turner Thorne said. Kirsten Thompson had 17points and eight rebounds for Arizona State, which defeated the Beavers for the ninth straight time. Casey Nash, the Pac-10’s leading scorer with 20.4 points per game, led Oregon State (8-15, 3-11) with 24 points. The Beavers have lost seven of eight. No. 11 Stanford 80, Washington 54: Candice Wiggins scored 23 points and topped 1,700 in her career for the host Cardinal (21-4, 13-1 Pac-10) before leaving with a sprained right ankle with 7:59left. No. 15 Baylor 81, Iowa State 64: Angela Tisdale scored 21 points, tying her season high, and Bernice Mosby added 17 points and 15rebounds to lead the host Lady Bears (21-4, 8-3 Big 12). No. 16 Texas A&M 78, No. 12 Oklahoma 68: Takia Starks and A’Quonesia Franklin scored 25 points apiece to help the host Aggies (19-4, 9-2) extend their home winning streak to 14 games and maintain a share of the Big 12 conference lead. No. 17 Louisville 98, Syracuse 50: Chauntise Wright had career highs of 25points and 12 rebounds to lead the host Cardinals (22-3, 8-3 Big East). No. 18 Bowling Green 85, N. Illinois 76: Ali Mann scored 23 points on 9-for-14 shooting and added 16rebounds to lead the visiting Falcons (22-2, 11-0 Mid-American Conference). No. 20 California 72, Washington State 45: Devanei Hampton scored 26 points, and Ashley Walker had 25 for the host Golden Bears (19-6, 9-6 Pac-10). The Cougars (5-20, 1-14) have lost 14straight. No. 21 Nebraska 54, Colorado 44: Kiera Hardy scored 16 points for the visiting Cornhuskers (21-4, 9-2), who are tied for first place in the Big 12 with Texas A&M. No. 23 Marquette 67, Georgetown 52: Christina Quaye scored 27 points, going 8 for 12 from the field and 10for 10 from the free-throw line to lead the visiting Golden Eagles (20-4, 8-3 Big East). No. 24 Wisconsin-Green Bay 72, Wisconsin-Milwaukee 63: Natalie Berglin scored 15 points, and Nicole Soulis had 13 to lead the visiting Phoenix (19-3, 10-0 Horizon League) to its 16th straight win. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!