Only one game into the second half of the California Collegiate Athletic Assn. season, three teams have solidified positions in the standings that should hold through the remaining six games.
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo (7-1) and Cal State Bakersfield (6-2) are in comfortable positions to gain berths in the conference's four-team, postseason tournament. Cal State Los Angeles (0-8) is virtually assured of a last-place finish.
All of which leaves five teams scrambling for the remaining two berths.
Two of the five--Cal State Northridge and Cal Poly Pomona--meet at 7:30 tonight at the CSUN gym.
Northridge (12-8 overall, 4-4 in the CCAA) is coming off its most impressive shooting performance of the season--57.8%--in a 98-69 rout of Cal State L. A. on Tuesday.
Pomona was defeated by UC Riverside, 87-78, for its fifth loss in a row after opening the conference season with three consecutive wins.