California Defeats Washington, 82-66
Feb. 22, 2001
BERKELEY, Calif. (AP)- Sean Lampley scored 29 points and had 17 rebounds asCalifornia easily handled Washington 82-66 Thursday night.
Solomon Hughes added 12 points and six rebounds for the Bears (18-7, 9-4),who completed a season sweep of the Huskies.
C.J. Massingale scored 13 points to pace Washington (9-17, 3-11), whichextended its losing streak to five. The Huskies have dropped eight of theirlast nine games and 13 of their last 15.
Lampley, the leading scorer this season in the Pac-10, posted his seventhdouble-double of the season and the 28th of his career. The senior forwardconnected on all eight of his shots from the floor and left to a standingovation with just over four minutes left in the game.
Lampley and Solomon Hughes were a combined 10-for-10 from the floor in thefirst half and teamed for 31 points as the Bears jumped out to a double-digitlead early and never trailed. Lampley connected on his first six field goalattempts and had 21 points in the first half, including a 3-pointer at thebuzzer that gave California a 47-29 lead.
Lampley's 3-pointer also moved him past former Phoenix Suns guard KevinJohnson into second place on the Bears' all-time scoring list. With 1,664points Lampley trails only Lamond Murray, who scored 1,688 from 1992-94.
Washington made just three of its first 14 shots from the field (21.4percent), while California sank nine of its first 15 (60 percent) and benefitedfrom 14 Husky turnovers.
Curtis Allen and Michael Johnson added 10 points each for Washington.