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Cal State Northridge pulls away to beat Long Beach State

NORTHRIDGE — Terrell Gomez scored 21 points and all five Cal State Northridge starters scored at least 12 points as the Matadors pulled away in the second half to beat Long Beach State 86-71 on Wednesday night at the Matadome. The Matadors (9-12, 3-2 Big West) bounced back from a heartbreaking, 74-68 home loss to UC Irvine on Saturday. Gomez scored at the basket off an assist from Darius Brown II to take a 38-33 lead at intermission, and Long Beach tied the score after Deishaun Booker’s layup an...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, College sports, Booker, Northridge, Gomez, UC Santa Barbara, CSUN, UC Irvine, Cal State Northridge, Long Beach State, Matadors, KJ Byers, Deishaun Booker


USC basketball looks to snap another skid – this one to Arizona

LOS ANGELES — Enough time has passed since the USC basketball team last beat Arizona that only one player is left on the roster who was a part of the victory. Bennie Boatwright, the Trojans’ sharp-shooting senior forward, was a freshman in 2016 when the Wildcats were toppled in a quadruple-overtime thriller, scoring 15 points in 41 minutes as one of USC’s five players in double figures in the upset. After one practice earlier this week, Boatwright recalled the lively home crowd that, for at leas...
Tags: Washington, Oregon, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Arizona, Nba, College sports, Usc, Ucla, Ayton, Sean Miller, Porter, Wildcats, Boatwright


UCLA men’s basketball looks to offense to recapture Pac-12 success

LOS ANGELES — Murry Bartow wasn’t brought in to solve UCLA’s offense. The first-year-assistant-turned-interim-head-coach was hired as a de facto defensive coordinator, but on Tuesday, Bartow stood in the corner of the practice court in Mo Ostin Center and fielded questions on a turnover-prone offense and his trapping defenses alike. One proved particularly daunting. “When you look at your offense,” a reporter asked, “what does it need to be more efficient?” “Whew,” Bartow sighed. “How long do I ...
Tags: Stanford, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Arizona, College sports, Smith, Oregon State, Usc, Ucla, Chris Smith, Bruins, Cal, Prince Ali, Arizona State


Revamped NCAA waiver policy helps transfers play right away

Last year, a high-profile overhaul of NCAA transfer rules stopped short of creating free agency in college sports. A much quieter change, however, helped quarterback Shea Patterson play for Michigan and will determine whether Justin Fields is eligible this fall at Ohio State. The modification to the waiver process can be seen as something of […]
Tags: News, College sports, Ncaa, Michigan, Ohio State, Justin Fields, Shea Patterson


Leslie, No. 8 Wolfpack women stand as last unbeaten D-I team

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The wins keep adding up for Kiara Leslie and eighth-ranked North Carolina State. The Wolfpack women stand as Division I’s last unbeaten team — not traditional women’s powers Connecticut or reigning national champion Notre Dame, nor coach Mike Krzyzewski and Duke’s much ballyhooed freshmen. North Carolina State has its highest AP […]
Tags: News, Sports, Connecticut, College sports, North Carolina, Duke, Raleigh, N C AP, Wolfpack, North Carolina State, Mike Krzyzewski, Kiara Leslie


Mid-major fallout: Grad transfers can hurt teams they leave

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A year ago Will Brown had his Albany Great Danes in heady territory, ranked fifth in a mid-major poll with the America East Conference’s best backcourt and gunning for a berth somewhere in the postseason for a seventh straight year. Today, the coach is trying to recover from a double whammy […]
Tags: News, Sports, College sports, Albany, Albany Great Danes, Will Brown


Video: UCLA’s Murry Bartow hopes for quick turnaround against Arizona State

Interim head coach Murry Bartow talks about how UCLA has responded to last Saturday’s rivalry loss to USC, how the Bruins can improve on offense and a possible lineup change.
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Usc, Ucla, Bruins, Arizona State, Murry Bartow


Video: Jules Bernard hopes UCLA can stay aggressive despite two-game skid

Guard Jules Bernard talks about how UCLA can maintain its fast pace of play while cutting down on turnovers, why he’s looking forward to matching up against Arizona State and Arizona this weekend and the biggest lesson he’s learned from an up-and-down first half of his freshman season.
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Arizona, College sports, Ucla, Arizona State, Jules Bernard


Video: Prince Ali wants UCLA to focus on ‘simple plays’

Guard Prince Ali talks about how UCLA can UCLA has responded to its loss to USC and the biggest thing the Bruins have to do to cut down on turnovers.
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Ali, Usc, Ucla, Bruins


Video: Jaylen Hands on UCLA’s offensive struggles

Guard Jaylen Hands talks about how UCLA can improve its offense, especially against zone defenses, the increasing popularity of zone defense in the Pac-12 and why he’s excited to play against Arizona State and Arizona this weekend.
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Arizona, College sports, Ucla, Arizona State, Jaylen, Jaylen Hands


Shepard and Turner making No. 1 Notre Dame fast break go

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Boston College found out quickly what it is like to deal with No. 1 Notre Dame’s Brianna Turner and Jessica Shepard. On the opening tip, the 6-foot-3 Turner batted the ball to the 6-foot-4 Shepard, who turned, dribbled a few times and scored an easy layup. A little more than […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, College sports, Notre Dame, Turner, Boston College, Shepard, Jessica Shepard, SOUTH BEND Ind, Brianna Turner


Big West basketball: Long Beach State preaching improvement over wins

Long Beach State suffered its first Big West loss of the season Saturday, falling in overtime to rival Cal State Fullerton. Still, it was the end of what head coach Dan Monson considered a good two weeks for the Beach. LBSU went 2-1 to start conference play, and the coach didn’t want to see his players discouraged after a tough loss. Especially when results won’t really matter until March, when the Big West Tournament takes place at the Honda Center in Anaheim. “It’s a long ways to go. We’re thr...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Hawaii, College sports, UC Davis, Cal State Fullerton, Usc, Beach, Ucla, Alexander, Ucsb, Anaheim, Honda Center, UC Santa Barbara, Cobb


Ex-Arizona assistant coach pleads guilty to bribery charge

NEW YORK (AP) — Former Arizona assistant coach Emanuel Richardson pleaded guilty to a bribery charge Tuesday in a prosecution that exposed corruption in college basketball recruiting. Emanuel Richardson, 46, became the second former coach this month to plead guilty rather than go to trial in Manhattan federal court. An emotional Richardson wiped tears from […]
Tags: New York, News, Sports, Ap, Nation, Arizona, Manhattan, College sports, Richardson, Emanuel Richardson


UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi gets 9.95 score in meet that draws 10,270

Ohashi, who grew up in Newcastle, competed for the first time since her Jan. 12 floor exercise resulted in a perfect score of 10 and a video that has been viewed about 42 million times.
Tags: News, Sports, Newcastle, College sports, Other Sports, Ucla, Ohashi, Katelyn Ohashi


Garry Paskwietz, popular USC football writer and website founder, dies at 52

Garry Paskwietz, one of the longest-tenured writers covering USC’s football team, founding WeAreSC.com more than two decades ago, died on Sunday in Burbank. He was 52. The website announced Paskwietz had suffered a stroke, and he had been hospitalized over the weekend. Paskwietz was among the earliest to start college football websites dedicated toward covering a specific team in competition with mainstream media, providing updates on the season, as well as on offseason workouts and the year-rou...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Espn, Usc, Ucla, Alexander, Burbank, Abraham, Pete Carroll, John Jackson, Boatwright, Katz, Trojans, UC Irvine


Washington State’s loss gives Stanford coach Tara VanDerveer her 900th victory at the school

The host Cardinal improved to 64-0 all time against the Cougars. Stanford and Oregon are tied for the Pac-12 lead at 6-0 in conference play -- one game ahead of Oregon State, which lost to Arizona State in double overtime.
Tags: News, Oregon, Stanford, Sports, College sports, Washington State, Oregon State, Cougars, Arizona State, Cougars Stanford, Tara VanDerveer


USC women’s basketball holds off late UCLA rally to notch season’s first conference win

LOS ANGELES — USC already gave up one double-digit lead to UCLA this year. The Trojans wouldn’t do it again. The USC women’s basketball team held off a late comeback attempt from UCLA on Saturday to snap a four-game losing streak in the crosstown rivalry with a 72-67 win at Pauley Pavilion. Senior Aliyah Mazyck led the Trojans, who also ended a five-game skid to open conference play, with 26 points, while Minyon Moore had 12 points, eight coming on free throws. The Bruins (9-9, 2-4 Pac-12) fell ...
Tags: Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Ali, Usc, Ucla, Alexander, Bruins, Moore, Boatwright, Trojans, Pauley Pavilion, USC Trojans, Minyon Moore


Kristine Anigwe’s double-double leads Cal past UW women

She had 30 points and 18 rebounds to help California beat Washington 79-70.
Tags: News, California, Washington, Sports, College sports, Pac-12, Huskies, Husky Basketball, Cougar Basketball, Kristine Anigwe


TOP 25 REWIND: Losses hit top tier of AP Top 25 poll

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — This time, it was the top tier’s turn. The headliners in the AP Top 25 couldn’t avoid the stumbles that had befallen their lower-ranked poll peers a week earlier, from top-ranked Duke’s home loss to Syracuse to the nation’s last two unbeaten teams — No. 2 Michigan and No. 4 Virginia […]
Tags: News, Virginia, Sports, Ap, College sports, Michigan, Syracuse, Duke, Durham, N C AP


Rui Hachimura leads No. 5 Gonzaga men to 9th straight victory

Hachimura had team-high totals of 17 points and nine rebounds as the Zags won 89-66 at Portland.
Tags: News, Sports, College sports, Other Sports, Gonzaga, Zags, Rui Hachimura, Hachimura


No. 13 Gonzaga women get back on winning track

Two days after a two-point loss at Brigham Young, the Gonzaga women’s basketball team shot 55.6 percent from the field in an 86-61 victory at San Diego. Chandler Smith scored 18 points on 8-for-11 shooting.
Tags: News, Sports, San Diego, College sports, Other Sports, Gonzaga, Chandler Smith, Brigham Young the Gonzaga


Seattle Pacific men see seven-game win streak end

Kentwood grad Darius Lubom came off the bench with 18 points as Western Oregon beat Seattle Pacific 73-71.
Tags: News, Sports, College sports, Seattle Pacific, Western Oregon, Kentwood, Darius Lubom


Alexander: As Boatwright goes, so go the USC Trojans

Jonah Mathews #2 of the USC Trojans reacts with Kevin Porter Jr. after coming out of the game against the UCLA Bruins in the second half of a NCAA basketball game at the Galen Center on Saturday, January 19, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. USC Trojans won 80-67. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG) Shaqquan Aaron #0 of the USC Trojans controls the ball against Prince Ali #23 of the UCLA Bruins in the second half of a NCAA basketball game at the Galen Center on Saturday, Janua...
Tags: Oregon, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Ncaa, Nevada, Oklahoma, Oregon State, TCU, Ali, Usc, Ucla, Chris Smith, Alexander


Down year for Pac-12 basketball? Forget it — these Huskies are legit

Say what you want about the state of the Pac-12, but Washington beat Cal 71-52 to extend its winning streak to seven. The victory marks the first time UW has started Pac-12 play 5-0 since 1984. Just two years ago, UW finished 9-22 and 2-16 in conference.
Tags: News, Washington, Sports, College sports, Pac-12, College Basketball, Huskies, Husky Basketball, UW


UC Irvine erases 18-point second-half deficit to beat Cal State Northridge

NORTHRIDGE — Eyassu Worku scored 17 points, Collin Welp and Max Hazzard combined for 25 of their 27 in the second half and UC Irvine erased an 18-point deficit to defeat Cal State Northridge 74-68 on Saturday afternoon. Northridge made 7 of 10 3-pointers and shot 63 percent to race to a 47-31 lead by halftime. When Lamine Diane opened the second half with a jumper the Matadors had their biggest lead. Welp hit a 3-pointer and Hazzard scored the next five in a 10-0 run and the Anteater deficit was...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Northridge, UCI, Diane, Welp, CSUN, UC Irvine, Cal State Northridge, Long Beach State, Hazzard, Matadors, Anteaters, Collin Welp


Daejon Davis leads Stanford past Washington State

The Garfield grad had 15 points and six assists as the Cardinal beat the Cougars 78-66.
Tags: News, Stanford, Sports, College sports, Washington State, Pac-12, Garfield, Cougars, Cougar Basketball, Daejon Davis


Video: Prince Ali proposes players-only meeting for UCLA after USC loss

Guard Prince Ali talks about how the Bruins can recover after their 80-67 loss to USC and what they can do to build team trust back up.
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Ali, Usc, Ucla, Bruins


Video: Kris Wilkes on UCLA’s 80-67 loss to USC

Guard Kris Wilkes talks about possible trust issues that resulted in UCLA’s stagnant offense against USC and what happened when the Bruins let USC go on a 17-0 run in the second half.
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Usc, Ucla, Bruins, Kris Wilkes


Video: Murry Bartow on UCLA’s 80-67 loss to USC

Interim head coach Murry Bartow talks about UCLA’s loss to USC, the struggles on offense that resulted in just 13 assists and 20 turnovers against the Trojans and how the Bruins can address their free throw issues.
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Usc, Ucla, Bruins, Trojans, Murry Bartow


USC blasts UCLA to snap rivalry losing streak in men’s basketball

LOS ANGELES — USC had waited long enough for a win over crosstown rival UCLA. The Trojan band couldn’t bear to wait any longer. “Hurry up and lose,” the USC band chanted in the final minutes of Saturday’s 80-67 win over UCLA. “Hurry up and lose.” USC snapped a four-game losing streak in the rivalry, burying the Bruins in the second half to hand UCLA its second consecutive conference loss. The depleted Trojans, without freshman guard Kevin Porter Jr. (suspension) for the second game in a row, wen...
Tags: Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Usc, Ucla, Bruins, Matthews, Boatwright, Wilkes, Trojans, Bennie Boatwright, Moses Brown, Kevin Porter Jr, Jaylen Hands