Women's Basketball Scoreboard: Dec. 12-19

Sunday, December 18

Washington 85, Houston 60
SEATTLE - A career day from Mackenzie Argens carried the Washington women's basketball team to a dominant 85-60 win over Houston at Alaska Airlines Arena on Sunday.

Arizona 67, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 37
TUCSON - The University of Arizona Wildcat women's basketball team moved to 9-1 on the season and 5-0 on the road with a Sunday afternoon 67-37 win at the University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff. Of the 11 members on the team, 10 saw action in the contest with each player scoring at least two points.

No. 10 Texas A&M 71, USC 70
COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) - Southern California coach Michael Cooper cried during his postgame news conference - an injury to a star player caused the tears, rather than a close defeat.

Saturday, December 17

No. 4 Stanford, 85, Princeton 66
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) - Nnemkadi Ogwumike showed what a perimeter threat she has become in a matter of months, knocking down long jumpers all game on the way to 22 points and 12 rebounds for No. 4 Stanford in a hard-fought 85-66 victory over Princeton on Saturday.

Utah 75, Texas Southern 33

SALT LAKE CITY - With three players in double-figure scoring the Utah women's basketball team won in a dominant performance against Texas Southern for a 75-33 victory.

Colorado 77, Weber State 59
BOULDER - Senior Julie Seabrook recorded her third career double-double Saturday to lead the unbeaten University of Colorado women's basketball team to a 77-59 win over Weber State at the Coors Events Center.

No. 12 Ohio State 77, California 75
BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) - Samantha Prahalis had 18 points and six assists and No. 12 Ohio State held off California 77-75 on Saturday to remain unbeaten and give coach Jim Foster his 750th career victory.

No. 6 Tennessee 85, UCLA 64
Los Angeles, Calif. - Sixth-ranked Tennessee used 69.2% shooting to help post an 85-64 win over UCLA in a non-conference game played before 2,025 fans in a sold-out John Wooden Center on Saturday afternoon.

Friday, December 16

Oregon State 79, Corban College 47
Corvallis, Ore. - Ten different Oregon State women's basketball players scored in the 79-47 rout of Corban University on Friday evening in Gill Coliseum in front of a crowd of 914.

No. 23 DePaul 73, Arizona State 55
CHICAGO - The Arizona State women's basketball team saw its three-game winning streak come to an end on Friday night as No. 23 DePaul recorded Sun Devil opponent season bests in points and field goal percentage on its way to a 73-55 win.

Thursday, December 15

Arkansas State 58, USC 56
JONESBORO, ARK. - In the program's first-ever trip to Arkansas, the USC women's basketball team went down to the wire on the road against Arkansas State, coming up short on a late push to the finish to lose 58-56 to the host Red Wolves on Thursday night.

Wednesday, December 14

Oregon 74, Nevada 76
RENO, Nev. - Kate Kevorken's buzzer beater dashed Oregon's hopes of a hard-fought comeback as her jumper from the top of the key cemented Nevada's 76-74 victory over the Ducks at the Lawlor Events Center on Wednesday night.

Tuesday, December 13

Oregon State 85, Cal State Bakersfield 62
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Five Beavers scored in double-figures, led by juniors Patricia Bright (Phoenix, Ariz.) and Thais Pinto (Belo Horizonte, Brazil) with 16 each, as the Oregon State women's basketball team (8-1) defeated the CSU Bakersfield Roadrunners (3-9), 85-62, on Tuesday evening in Icardo Center.

LSU 58, UCLA 41
BATON ROUGE, La. - Markel Walker's return to action was not enough as UCLA fell to LSU, 58-41, at Pete Maravich Assembly Center on Tuesday evening. Poor second-half shooting and a season-high tying 24 turnovers contributed to the Bruins' loss.

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