Women's Basketball Scoreboard: Nov. 28-Dec. 4
Sunday, December 4
California 70, UNLV 48
BERKELEY - Freshman forward Reshanda Gray was named the MVP of the Cal Classic, presented by DoubleTree by Hilton Berkeley Marina, scoring 23 points in the championship game to help lead the Bears to a 70-48 victory over the UNLV Lady Rebels.
No. 5 Stanford 93, Fresno State 59
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) - The Ogwumike sisters didn't rebound every missed shot for No. 5 Stanford. It just seemed that way to Fresno State.
USC 58, No. 24 Gonzaga 51
SPOKANE, WASH. -- The USC women's basketball team won its third straight game and pocketed an important 58-51 road win over host No. 24 Gonzaga today in Spokane, Wash. Ashley Corral dumped in a game-high 19 points for the Women of Troy as they had an answer for each of the Bulldogs' scoring runs.
Colorado 68, Idaho 59
If the Broncos are prospering during "Tebow Time," the Buffaloes are countering with "Chucky Time." Sunday's 68-59 win against gritty Idaho didn't slip into the "unbelievable" category, but neither was it as one-sided as CU's previous six wins this season.
Washington 80, Long Beach State 46
Jazmine Davis scored a career-high 18 points to lead the Huskies to an 80-46 win over LBSU, masterminding a UW offense that often operated at peak efficiency. The freshman point guard was particularly accurate from deep, hitting all four of her attempts from 3-point range.
Oregon 88, Portland 78
EUGENE, Ore. - Oregon's starting front court trio helped put the Ducks back in the win column with an 88-78 victory over the University of Portland at Matthew Knight Arena on Sunday afternoon.
UCLA 84, Loyola Marymount 43
LOS ANGELES - Junior Atonye Nyingifa had a career-best 28 points and tied a personal high with 14 rebounds, while four other Bruins were also in double figures in scoring, as UCLA turned a close game early into a rout late in an 84-43 victory at Loyola Marymount on Sunday at Gersten Pavilion.
Saturday, December 3
Arizona 78, BYU Hawaii 61
LAIE, Hawai'i - The University of Arizona Wildcat women's basketball team moved to 7-1 on the season with a 78-61 victory over BYU-Hawai'i on Saturday, the final game of the Hukilau Invitational. UA finished the tournament with a 2-1 record with wins over Syracuse and BYU-H and a loss to BYU.
Oregon State 63, Rice 57
Houston, Texas - Junior ShaKiana Edwards-Teasley (Lapwai, Idaho) and freshman Ali Gibson (Woodbridge, Calif.) hit six clutch free throws down the stretch to lead the Oregon State women's basketball team (6-1) to a 63-57 win over Rice (4-5) to take third place in the Gene Hackerman Invitational on Saturday evening in Tudor Fieldhouse.
Arizona State 77, Illinois State 54
TEMPE, Ariz. - Kimberly Brandon scored 12 of her game-high 16 points in the second half to help lead the Arizona State women's basketball team to a 77-54 win over Illinois State in the championship game of the ASU Classic.
California 86, CSU Bakersfield 56
Berkeley, Ca. - Freshman forward Reshanda Gray earned her first career double double with 13 points and 10 rebounds to send the California Golden Bears to Sunday's championship game of the Cal Classic, presented by DoubleTree by Hilton Berkeley Marina, with an 86-56 victory over CSU Bakersfield.
Friday, December 2
Arizona State 74, Eastern Washington 43
TEMPE, Ariz. - Kimberly Brandon and Jada Blackwell each scored 12 points and Kali Bennettadded 11 in leading Arizona State to a 74-43 win over Eastern Washington in the first round of the ASU Classic.
Arizona 80, Syracuse 74
LAIE, Hawai'i - Behind a near triple-double effort from junior guard Davellyn Whyte, the University of Arizona Wildcat women's basketball team picked up an 80-74 win over the Syracuse Orange in its second game of the Hukilau Invitational on Friday.
Washington State 65, San Diego State 50
PULLMAN, Wash. -- Redshirt-sophomore Ireti Amojo knocked down four three's and finished with a game-high 16 points to lead Washington State University past San Diego State University 65-50 at Beasley Coliseum Friday evening.
North Texas 60, Oregon State 53
Houston, Texas - Senior Earlysia Marchbanks (Salem, Ore.) counted her first double-double of the season with a game-high 19 points and 10 rebounds, but it wasn't enough as the Oregon State women's basketball team (5-1) lost to North Texas (5-2), 60-53, in the first game of the Gene Hackerman Invitational on Friday evening.
Thursday, December 1
BYU 82, Arizona 73
Laie, HAWAI'I - University of Arizona Wildcat women's basketball cut the lead to three with 38 seconds to play but was unable to overcome the Cougars of BYU and took their first loss of the season, 82-73, in the opening game of the Hukilau Invitational.
Utah 81, Weber State 63
SALT LAKE CITY - Five players scored in double digits as the Utah women's basketball team defeated Weber State, 81-63, on Thursday evening in the Huntsman Center.
Fresno State 81, Oregon 71
FRESNO, Calif. - The University of Oregon came to the Save Mart Center with a 6-0 record and the Fresno State women's basketball team handed the Ducks their first loss of the 2011-12 season. The Bulldogs rolled past Oregon 81-71 on Thursday night improving to 5-2 on the season.
Wednesday, Nov. 30
USC 74, UTSA 56
LOS ANGELES, CALIF. - The USC women's basketball team got back on a winning push with tonight's 74-56 win over visiting UTSA.
No. 5 Stanford 93, UC Davis 44
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) - Stanford returned from a long road trip to Connecticut and Xavier determined to rediscover that home-court swagger in the friendly confines of Maples Pavilion.
Colorado 84, San Francisco 66
BOULDER - Colorado won its first five games primarily with a defensive flair, win No. 6 came with an offensive punch.
Washington 66, Idaho 49
MOSCOW, Idaho - It was clear right from the tip that Regina Rogers had Idaho's attention. They just couldn't do anything about it.
UCLA 78, San Diego State 71
LOS ANGELES - Junior Atonye Nyingifa had her fourth double-double of the year with 21 points (career high) and 11 rebounds, senior Rebekah Gardner added 20 points and eight rebounds and junior Mariah Williams posted a season-best 11 points, as the Bruins defeated San Diego State 78-71 on Wednesday at the John Wooden Center.
No. 24 Gonzaga 71, Washington State 69
PULLMAN, Wash. -- Washington State University's redshirt-sophomore Ireti Amojo hit a game-tying three with 10 seconds remaining but No. 24 ranked Gonzaga University saw guard Taelor Karr race the length of the floor and get her layup to fall with three seconds remaining to hand the Cougs a heartbreaking 71-69 defeat in front of 2,930 fans at Friel Court at Beasley Coliseum Wednesday evening.
Monday, Nov. 28
Arizona 69, North Texas 62
TUCSON, Ariz. - The University of Arizona Wildcat women's basketball team won its fifth-straight game on Monday with a 69-62 victory over North Texas at McKale Center. Today's game was Field Trip Day and the attendance of 4,327 ranks No. 8 all-time for women's basketball at McKale Center.