Pac-10 Women's Basketball Round-Up: January 3, 2010

Jan. 3, 2010

UCLA Bests No. 19 Arizona State 74-56
TEMPE, Ariz.- UCLA (9-4,2-0) led from start to finish and earned a 74-56 win over 19th-ranked Arizona State in a Pac-10 conference women's basketball game on Sunday afternoon in Wells Fargo Arena in Tempe. Freshman forward Markel Walker led the way for UCLA, which has now won four straight games, with a career-best 24 points. READ MORE

USC Escapes Arizona with Overtime Victory
TUCSON, ARIZ. - The USC women's basketball team endured vast momentum changes in an all-out battle with host Arizona on Sunday afternoon in Tucson, getting hot at just the right moment to come back and win in overtime with an 81-78 victory over the Wildcats. READ MORE

Huskies Top Beavers, 69-64
CORVALLIS, Ore. - Kristi Kingma scored a season-high 18 points as the Huskies escaped the Willamette Valley with a much-needed split after pulling away from Oregon State, 69-64. Coming into the game, the Beavers had set a franchise record in holding teams to below 49 points in three straight games. READ MORE

Ducks Prevail Over Washington State Down the Stretch
EUGENE, Ore. - Micaela Cocks and Nia Jackson took over down the stretch, and a timely three-pointer from Taylor Lilley helped the Ducks escape Mac Court with a 98-92 victory over Washington State on Sunday afternoon. READ MORE

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