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February 19, 2010
Rk. Team Rec. Result Next 1. CONNECTICUT 26-0 Did not play Providence, Saturday 2. STANFORD 24-1 d. Oregon, 104-60 Oregon State, Saturday Cardinal lead by 32 points at the half en route to 43rd straight home win. 3. NEBRASKA 24-0 Did not play Colorado, Saturday 4. NOTRE DAME 23-2 Did not play at Georgetown, Saturday...
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February 19, 2010 | By Baxter Holmes
USC walked into Bank of America Arena as if it owned the joint Thursday, made itself comfortable, then bullied and bloodied the Washington Huskies before stealing a rare road win it nearly gave away. Mike Gerrity hit a clutch jumper with 15.2 seconds left to put USC up 65-61. Following a timeout, two Washington players missed desperation shots, and Dwight Lewis grabbed a key rebound and secured the 67-64 win with two free throws. For USC (16-9 overall, 8-5 in Pacific 10 Conference)
SPORTS
February 19, 2010
Stanford 72, at Oregon 65: Landry Fields scored 21 points, Jeremy Green added 18 and the Cardinal (12-14, 6-8 Pacific 10 Conference) won on the road for the first this year with a victory against the Ducks. Jeremy Jacob scored 19 points and E.J. Singler 15 for the Ducks (12-13, 4-9), who dropped their fourth straight. at Oregon State 80, California 64: Roeland Schaftenaar tied a season high with 22 points to lead the Beavers (12-13, 6-7) to a victory over the Pac-10-leading Golden Bears (17-9, 9-5)
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February 19, 2010
Ashley Hamilton scored 17 points and Drew Viney had 16 points, 10 rebounds and five assists to lead Loyola Marymount to a 74-66 upset of No. 13 Gonzaga on Thursday. The victory was the first for the Lions (14-13, 5-6 West Coast Conference) over a ranked team since the 1990 NCAA tournament, when they defeated Alabama in the West Regional semifinals. Gonzaga (21-5, 9-2) had won 13 of 14. Portland 83, at Pepperdine 62: Jared Stohl and T.J. Campbell each scored 18 points for the Pilots (17-8, 8-3 WCC)
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February 19, 2010 | By Chris Foster
In a season of diminishing returns, UCLA can still bank on one thing: success in Eastern Washington. Three things were clear after a 71-51 victory over Washington State at Friel Court Thursday. Tyler Honeycutt was perfect. Reeves Nelson was a mess. UCLA doesn't lose along the Palouse. The Bruins shook off the can-we-make-the-NIT persona that has dogged them throughout Pacific 10 Conference play to win their 17th consecutive road game against the Cougars -- 15 in Pullman, two in Spokane.
SPORTS
February 18, 2010
UCLA tonight AT WASHINGTON STATE When: 5:30. Where: Friel Court. On the air: TV: FS West; Radio: 570. Records: UCLA 11-13 overall, 6-6 in Pacific 10; Washington State 15-10, 5-8. Update: UCLA has won 16 consecutive games and 21 of the last 24 at Pullman, Wash. The Bruins beat the Cougars at home this season, 74-62, when they clamped down on Klay Thompson, the conference's second- leading scorer (21.4 points a game)
SPORTS
February 18, 2010
at Cal State Northridge 73, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 68: Lenny Daniel scored 20 points and Kenny Daniels scored 19 to lead the Matadors (10-16, 5-7 Big West), who scored the first eight points of the second half to take a 43-29 lead. The Mustangs (9-16, 6-7) made up a 14-point deficit and took a 65-64 lead with 2 minutes 3 seconds to play. Lorenzo Keeler scored seven of the first nine points for the Mustangs and finished with 23, and Shawn Lewis scored 14. UC Santa Barbara 73, at Cal State Fullerton 65: James Nunnally and Orlando Johnson each scored 18 points to lead the Gauchos (15-8, 10-3 Big West)
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