Pac-10 Women's Basketball Round-up: Nov. 28, 2008

Nov. 29, 2008


Arizona Falls to Middle Tennessee

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - Middle Tennessee State connected on 13 three-pointers and forced 29 Arizona turnovers, leading the way for a 77-57 win over the Wildcats, Friday evening in the Murphy Center. [Read More]

January's Perfect Day Leads ASU Over Hofstra in Junkanoo Jam

FREEPORT, Bahamas - Briann January scored a season-best 19 points and Dymond Simon added 15 to help No. 21 Arizona State defeat Hofstra 80-54 in the Junkanoo Jam on Friday. [Read More]

No. 3 Cal off to 5-0 Start

St. Thomas, U.S.V.I - The No. 3 California Golden Bears improved to 5-0 to start the season with a 68-54 victory over the Texas Tech Lady Raiders Friday night at the Paradise Jam tournament at the University of the Virgin Islands in St. Thomas. Ashley Walker scored a tournament-high 30 points to lead the Bears. [Read More]

Women's Basketball Posts 13-Point Win Over Arkansas To Open Junkanoo Jam

FREEPORT, Grand Bahamas - Brittney Davis finished with 16 points, Tiffany Ducker scored a season-high 14 points and the Oregon State women's basketball team held off a strong second-half surge from Arkansas for a 69-56 victory over the Razorbacks in the Beavers' first game of the Junkanoo Jam at St. Georges High School. [Read More]

No. 5 Stanford Edges No. 19 Purdue 78-70 in OT Thriller

HONOLULU (AP) - Jayne Appel scored eight straight points in overtime to lift No. 5 Stanford to a 78-70 victory over No. 19 Purdue on Friday in the Waikiki Beach Marriott Classic. [Read More]

UW Women Win Husky Classic Opener Over Seattle U, 82-56

SEATTLE - Washington opened up the game with 10-0 run and never looked back, cruising to an 82-56 victory over Seattle University in the first round of the Husky Classic at Bank of America Arena, Friday. [Read More]

Cougars Fall in odwalla Classic Opening Round

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. - Freshman Jazmine Perkins scored a game-high 28 points, but the Washington State University women's basketball team was unable to overcome a first-half deficit, falling to Northern Colorado 86-79 in the first round of the odwalla Classic at War Memorial Gym. The Cougars fell to 2-2 on the season, while the Bears improved to 3-1. [Read More]