Pac-10 Women's Basketball Round-Up: Jan. 17, 2009

Jan. 17, 2009


ASU Women's Basketball Defeats USC for Fourth Straight Win

TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- Dymond Simon scored a season-high 22 points and Danielle Orsillo added 15 of her 19 in the second half as Arizona State won its fourth straight game by beating Southern California 83-71. [Read More]

UCLA Locks Down Arizona, 48-38

Tucson, AZ - UCLA held Arizona to a paltry 23.4% shooting from the field in the game and 8.7% shooting in the second half en route to a 48-38 victory on Saturday afternoon at the McKale Center. Sophomore guard Doreena Campbell led all players with 17 points and added a team-high tying seven rebounds and four assists. [Read More]

Davis' Career-High Five Three-Pointers Paces Women's Basketball Past Washington

SEATTLE - Brittney Davis finished with a career-best five three-pointers to total a season-best 25 points as the Oregon State women's basketball team defeated Washington, 69-55, Saturday afternoon at Bank of America Arena. [Read More]

Oregon Take Two, Defeats Cougars 57-41

PULLMAN, Wash. - Oregon left the state of Washington with two victories under its belt for the first time in nine years, after defeating Washington State, 57-41, Saturday afternoon at Friel Court. [Read More]

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