Pac-10 Women's Basketball Round-up: Nov. 30, 2008

Dec. 1, 2008

Stanford Rolls Over Hawaii, 83-54

HONOLULU (AP)--Once Stanford got through a difficult opener, the rest of its trip to Hawaii was a breeze. [Read More]

UCLA Bests Cal State Northridge, 96-53

Los Angeles, Calif. - UCLA, now 4-1 on the season, cruised to a 43-point victory, its largest in six years, with a 96-53 win over Cal State Northridge. [Read More]

USC Claims Home Comeback In 62-53 Win Over UCSB

LOS ANGELES, CALIF. - The USC women's basketball team made good on a comeback effort in its home opener on Sunday afternoon, heating up at the right time on the way to a 62-53 win over visiting UC Santa Barbara. In their first game of the season at the Galen Center, the Trojans overcame a slow start and shot 48 percent in the second half. [Read More]

Washington Huskies Falls To Clemson, 85-67

SEATTLE - Riding the wave of a 19-4 run that began midway through the second-half, Clemson dashed out to an 85-67 victory over host Washington to win the 2008 Husky Classic title at Bank of America Arena, Sunday. [Read More]

Cougars Down Dons, Place Two on Tournament Team

SAN FRANCISCO - Led by freshmen Jazmine Perkins and April Cook, the Washington State University women's basketball team knocked off tournament-host San Francisco 82-71 in the team's final game of the odwalla Classic at War Memorial Gym. The Cougars improved to 3-2 on the season while the Dons dropped to 2-4. [Read More]

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