The Washington Huskies were cast in the role of the Washington Generals on Sunday.

No team, including the U.S. Women’s National Team, was able to defeat the Ducks at home this season.

No. 3 Oregon, which wrapped up the regular season with a 92-56 thrashing of the Huskies in front of 12,364 satisfied customers, wasn’t about to allow the scrappy visitors from Seattle to spoil the senior day festivities at Matthew Knight Arena.

“Senior days are always tough. It’s bittersweet,” coach Kelly Graves said. “This a group left quite a legacy. We have some iconic players that we’re losing.

“It will be tough to recover at some point, we’re going to miss them so bad, but I think the future is really bright.”

Sabrina Ionescu, Ruthy Hebard, Satou Sabally and Minyon Moore don’t plan to officially say goodbye to their college careers until after the national championship game.

The deep and relatively healthy Ducks (28-2, 17-1), who clinched their third consecutive outright Pac-12 championship on Friday, enter the conference tournament in Las Vegas on a 16-game winning streak.

Oregon’s 17 conference wins and 15-0 home mark are new program records.

“We’re playing well. We’re healthy, we’re happy, we’re hungry still,” Graves said. “I look at where we were at this point last year. We were just limping home, so to speak. I have an entirely different perspective and feeling about this group.”

Hebard, who needed 36 tickets to accommodate all of her family and friends in town from Alaska, finished with 24 points on 10-for-15 shooting to lead the offensive onslaught.

Ionescu had 13 points and 11 assists, and Moore added 11 points, six assists, five rebounds and three steals.

“Wow. The house that we built,” Ionescu said during her senior day speech with the vast majority of the capacity crowd still hanging on every word. “We’ve still got some stuff to achieve, so stay tuned everybody.”

Oregon will host first- and second-round NCAA Tournament games in Eugene and will almost certainly have an opportunity to advance to Sweet 16 and Elite Eight games at Moda Center as the top seed in the Portland Regional.

“It’s weird," said Moore, the graduate transfer who played the past three seasons at USC without experiencing March Madness. “Usually right now I’d be kissing my family and saying thank you for the season. I would have promised one or two games, maybe three, if we upset at the Pac-12 Tournament.”

Sabally, the WNBA-bound junior honored with the three seniors, scored 20 points before the quartet was substituted out of the game to a rousing ovation with 4:27 remaining.

“It was so much fun,” Sabally said. “Everyone contributed to the game, we won and it was just so cool to see everyone’s families out here and so much love.”

Ionescu stood up on the bench as if she were about to reenter the game at the next whistle, which drew a smile from Graves and a laugh from the engaged fan base.

The national player of the year favorite watched the rest of the game safely from the bench.

Early in a physical start to the game, Ionescu was called for an intentional foul after kicking Washington's best player, Amber Melgoza, in the back side.

The Ducks responded by closing the second quarter on a 17-0 run to take a commanding 46-24 lead into the intermission.

Washington was within 29-24 after a basket by senior forward Mai-Loni Henson’s, but the Huskies (13-16, 5-13) didn’t score over the final 6 minutes, 30 seconds of the half.

The Ducks — who led Washington State 13-0 en route to a 88-57 win on Friday night — stormed out to a 7-0 lead on a 3-pointer by Erin Boley and two layups by Hebard on brilliant passes from Ionescu.

After an early timeout by Washington coach Jody Wynn, the visitors fought back and took a 14-12 on a 3 by T.T. Watkins, which capped a 10-0 run.

A corner 3 by Taylor Chavez put the Ducks back in front, 17-14, before Ionescu’s entanglement with Melgoza.

“(Washington) just came out and played harder than we did in that first quarter,” Graves said. “We were challenged, and they answered the challenge. I think they decided this is enough.”

Sabally scored 13 points in the second quarter, including a three-point play to make the score 42-24, as Oregon outscored Washington 27-6 in the frame.

Lydia Giomi and Moore made layups in the final minute to give the Ducks a 22-point cushion at the break.

Melgoza, who scored 34 points during Washington’s 75-61 loss at No. 17 Oregon State on Friday, was 0-for-8 from the field with three points at halftime.

Chavez, who finished with 14 points, followed her own miss for a second-chance bucket to make the score 74-40 after three quarters.

Ionescu hit a 3 to make the score 87-49 in the fourth quarter before Graves emptied the bench.

Since giving up 30 points in the fourth quarter of the 72-66 loss at Arizona State on Jan. 10, the Ducks have been as unbeatable as the Harlem Globetrotters.

“We’re definitely riding the crest of a big wave. Playing well,” Graves said. “Once we got focused after that Arizona State game and really had a chance to kind of reflect on who we are, where we want to go, I think they’ve played with an entirely new commitment.”

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