Women's Basketball Scoreboard: Feb. 6-12
Sunday, February 12
Stanford 82, UCLA 59
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) - Stanford can always depend on the Ogwumike sisters, and now some other players are chipping in. Nnemkadi Ogwumike had 25 points and eight rebounds, and No. 4 Stanford beat UCLA 82-59 on Sunday.
Saturday, February 11
Oregon 67, Washington State 62
PULLMAN, Wash. - Amanda Johnson's 18 second-half points helped Oregon put together a hot-shooting second half as the Ducks left Beasley Coliseum with a 67-62 victory over Washington State.
Arizona State 60, Colorado 47
BOULDER, Colo. - Janae Fulcher (16 points) and Alex Earl (career-high 14 points) came off the bench to combine for 30 points to lead the Arizona State women's basketball team to a 60-47 win over Colorado.
Utah 73, Arizona 67
SALT LAKE CITY -Free throws down the stretch helped lift the Utah women's basketball team to a 73-67 victory over Arizona on Saturday afternoon. Both teams were in the bonus in the final four minutes of the game. After a pair of free throws from Janita Badon, the Utes led by seven, 62-55 with two minutes remaining.
Oregon State 78, Washington 73
Seattle, Wash. - Junior Mollee Schwegler (Rainier, Ore.) scored a career-high 15 points off the bench in 15 minutes played to propel the Oregon State women's basketball team (17-7, 8-5 Pac-12) to a 78-73 win over Washington (13-10, 5-8 Pac-12) on Saturday afternoon in Alaska Airlines Arena.
Thursday, February 9
#4 Stanford 69, USC 52
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) - Chiney Ogwumike's long reach and presence in the paint is a big reason Stanford is making strides on the defensive end, which in turn is leading to more fast-break baskets.
California 67, UCLA 58
BERKELEY -The California Golden Bears took a two-game lead in the race for second place in the Pac-12, holding off a late Bruin rally to earn a 67-58 victory over UCLA. Freshman forward Reshanda Gray had her second double double in the last three games with 17 points and a career-high 14 rebounds.
Colorado 69, Arizona 59
BOULDER - Behind Chucky Jeffery's 21 points and career-high five treys, the Colorado women's basketball team cruised past Arizona 69-59 at the Coors Events Center, winning by its largest margin in Pac-12 Conference play.
Utah 50, Arizona State 46
SALT LAKE CITY - After a back-and-forth second half, the Utah women's basketball team defeated Arizona State, 50-46 on Thursday evening.
Washington 72, Oregon 69
SEATTLE - Walking off the floor, wheezing because of a nagging chest illness, Jazmine Davis could barely muster a fist pump. She and the Huskies had another win under their belts, despite a few hiccups late that conjured up images from games past.
Oregon State 51, Washington State 39
Pullman, Wash. - Junior Sage Indendi (Livingston, Mont.) scored all 10 of her points in the second half to lead the Oregon State women's basketball team to its fifth straight Pac-12 win over Washington State, 51-39, on Thursday evening in Beasley Coliseum.