In other women's basketball games:
Cal State Northridge 76, Southern Utah 75 (2 OTs)--Forward Julie Arlotto hit a 10-foot jump shot with 2 seconds left in the second overtime in the game at Northridge. Arlotto recorded game-high totals of 22 points and 14 rebounds.
Guard Lisa Sennette added 18 for the Matadors (9-13).
Bakersfield 73, Pierce 66--Jill Stephens scored 20 points, all in the second half, to lead Bakersfield to a Western State Conference Southern Division win at Pierce College.
UC San Diego 72, Cal Lutheran 62--Kristen Smith and Rachel Boba each scored 14 points for host Cal Lutheran, but the Regals (5-13) were unable to overcome a 13-point halftime deficit.
Kathleen Alvarez and Cari Young scored 16 points each for UCSD (16-4), which outrebounded Cal Lutheran, 47-20.
Oxnard 51, Cuesta 49--Andy Beltowski's tip-in at the buzzer lifted Oxnard (14-12, 3-2) to a Western State Conference Northern Division win at Cuesta.
Oxnard led, 45-31, in the second half before Cuesta rallied.
Glendale 5, Pierce 3--Trailing, 3-2, with two out in the bottom of the ninth, Glendale rallied for three runs to win a second-round game of the Foothill tournament at Stengel Field.
Pinch-hitter Eric Sheets homered off Juan Soriano with two out and nobody on to forge a 3-3 tie. After a walk to Scott Wirz, John McCoy sent a 1-2 pitch from Louis Vanacore over the fence for the victory.
El Camino 8, Canyons 5--Trailing, 3-2, in the bottom of the sixth, El Camino converted three walks, a hit batter and a triple into a four-run inning in a consolation game of the Cerritos-Fullerton tournament at Cerritos College.
Moorpark 7, Oxnard 5--Right-hander Jason Mitchell (1-0) struck out seven, walked none and allowed one unearned run in six innings to lead Moorpark in a morning consolation game of the Rancho Santiago tournament.
Long Beach 9, Moorpark 7--Despite a triple and a grand slam from Jeff Sommer, Moorpark was eliminated in a consolation game of the Rancho Santiago tournament.
Jesse Anguiano, a former Simi Valley High teammate of Sommer, was three for three for Moorpark (1-2).