Pac-10 Women's Basketball Round-Up: December 20, 2009

Dec. 20, 2009

No. 25 Jackets Take Down Wildcats, 70-48
ATLANTA, Ga. - Georgia Tech used a 22-5 run to close the first half, handing Arizona a 70-48 defeat on Sunday afternoon at Alexander Memorial Coliseum.The Arizona loss spoiled a homecoming for head coach Niya Butts, who was coaching her first game back in her home state of Georgia in front of more than 200 friends and family from in and around her hometown of Americus. READ MORE

Oregon Returns To Winning Ways In Wyoming
LARAMIE, Wyo. - When Oregon needed her most, Oregon senior guard Micaela Cocks took over on the offensive end and led the Ducks to a 78-66 victory over Wyoming on Sunday afternoon at Arena Auditorium. READ MORE

Six Trojans Hit Double Digits In Classic Win
LOS ANGELES, CALIF. - The Trojans peeled out ahead of Cal State Bakersfield in the title match on Sunday afternoon at the Galen Center and pinned up a 93-56 win over the Roadrunners for USC's highest scoring effort of the year to go along with a season-high 58 rebounds and 25 assists. READ MORE

No. 6 Baylor Edges No. 14 Arizona State, 70-66
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Brittney Griner had 27 points, 10 rebounds, and eight blocks to help sixth-ranked Baylor hold off No. 14 Arizona State 70-66 on Sunday night in the Las Vegas Hoops Classic. READ MORE

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