Pac-10 Women's Basketball Round-Up: Dec. 13, 2008

Dec. 14, 2008

No. 9 Cal Falls To No 5 Oklahoma, 86-75, At Basketball By The Bay
San Jose, Calif. (AP) - Nyeshia Stevenson hit back-to-back 3-pointers and gave Oklahoma its first lead of the game with 3:43 to play, and the fifth-ranked Sooners made an improbable comeback from a 26-point halftime deficit to shock No. 9 California 86-75 on Saturday night in the Basketball By The Bay Classic. [Read More]

Ducks Fall To Yellow Jackets, 74-59
]PORTLAND, Ore. - Despite a career-high five three-pointers from Oregon guard Micaela Cocks, the Ducks fell, 74-59, to Georgia Tech on Saturday afternoon at the Rose Garden Arena. [Read More]

Cardinal Thump Bulldogs Before Key Road Swing
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) - Stanford is about to embark on a road trip that more resembles an NCAA tournament run--a stop at Duke, South Carolina and then Tennessee. [Read More]

USC Women Capture 82-61 Win Over Montana State
LOS ANGELES, Calif. - The USC women's basketball team pocketed an important home win on Saturday afternoon, putting together another well-rounded effort at the Galen Center en route to a 82-61 victory over visiting Montana State. The Women of Troy had five players finish in double figures, receiving a career- and game-high 13 points from Hailey Dunham along with 12-point nights from Camille LeNoir, Ashley Corral and Nadia Parker and a 10-point game from Aarika Hughes. USC improves to 5-3 with the win, while Montana State moves to 4-5 overall. [Read More]

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