This Week in Pac-10 Women's Basketball

Jan. 11, 2010

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    Thursday, January 14

    Oregon at Arizona State*, 6:30 p.m. MT
    Oregon State at Arizona*, 7 p.m. MT
    Washington at California*, 7 p.m. PT (CSN Plus)
    Washington State at Stanford*, 7 p.m. PT

    Saturday, January 16
    Oregon at Arizona*, 2 p.m. MT
    Washington at Stanford*, 2 p.m. PT
    Washington State at California*, 2 p.m. PT
    Oregon State at Arizona State*, 6:30 p.m. MT (FSN)

    Sunday, January 17
    UCLA at USC*, 2:30 p.m. PT (FSN)

    * Indicates Pac-10 game
    Game times local to site

    Upcoming Schedule ...

    Thursday, Jan. 14
    Washington at California, 7 pm PT • CSN Plus

    Saturday, Jan. 16
    Oregon St. at Arizona St., 5:30 pm PT • FSN

    Sunday, Jan. 17
    UCLA at USC, 2:30 p.m. PT • FSN

    Thursday, January 7

    Arizona 67, Washington State 60*
    Washington, 62, #24 Arizona State 56*

    Friday, January 8
    UCLA 57, California 46*
    #2/2 Stanford 82, USC 62*

    Saturday, January 9
    Washington 69, Arizona 59*
    Oregon 86, Oregon State 71*
    #24 Arizona State 64, Washington State 59*

    Sunday, January 10
    #2/2 Stanford 65, UCLA 61*
    USC 67, California 64*







    Three TV broadcasts of Pac-10 women's basketball games are slated this week, including national telecasts of Oregon State and Arizona State on Saturday, Jan. 16, followed by a clash of city rivals USC and UCLA on Sunday, Jan. 17. Both games will be televised on Fox Sports Net.

    Also this week, Washington's game at California will be televised on CSN Plus. The Huskies have drawn some attention so far this season, while the Golden Bears are looking for their first league win. Other interesting matchups include a clash between defensive-minded Arizona State and Oregon, the nation's scoring leader. Second-ranked Stanford puts its 36-game home win streak on the line when it hosts Washington State on Thursday. Arizona will host Oregon State on Thursday. Both look to bounce back after recent close losses.

    STANFORD RANKED IN NATIONAL POLLS: Stanford holds steady in the No. 2 spot in the Associated Press poll, holding that spot since the preseason, while both Arizona State and Oregon are receiving votes this week. Last week, two Pac-10 teams were in the top 25 of the ESPN/USA Today Coaches polls. The Cardinal were No. 2 again, while Arizona State was at No. 24. The coaches poll is released on Tuesdays. California was ranked in the top 25 in both rankings the first five weeks of the season. Arizona, Oregon and UCLA have received votes in one or both polls this season.

    REACHING MILESTONES: A number of players have already reached significant career milestones, while some coaches are approaching pivotal ones, as well. Below is a list of accomplishments highlighting this season so far:

    Jayne Appel, STAN
    10th player in Pac-10 history
    Alexis Gray-Lawson, CAL
    42nd player in Pac-10 history
    1,500 Points-1,000 Rebounds:
    Jayne Appel, STAN
    Eighth player in Pac-10 history
    1,000 Points:
    Taylor Lilley, ORE
    Danielle Orsillo, ASU
    Kayla Pedersen, STAN
    Sami Whitcomb, WASH
    Coaching Milestone:
    Joanne Boyle, CAL 100 wins at Cal
    Charli Turner Thorne, ASU 300 career wins
    June Daughtery, WSU 600 games coached

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