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Women's Hoops

The latest news and analysis on college and pro women's basketball.

February 2, 2012 at 10:51 PM

Stanford rolls on; Washington stopped in OT

NnekaDefense.jpgNo. 4 Stanford won its 67th consecutive Pac-12 game, defeating Arizona State 62-49 at Wells Fargo Arena. The Ogwumike sisters combined for 42 points and 32 rebounds for the Cardinal (19-1, 10-0).
“It’s real simple, are we willing to work ourselves back into a position to play that team again?” ASU interim coach Joseph Anders told The Arizona Republic.
That can only happen in Pac-12 Tournament. ASU does not play at Stanford in the regular season.
In Los Angeles, a hot-shooting Washington couldn’t continue in overtime, losing to UCLA 79-73. PG Jazmine Davis led with 23 points and C Regina Rogers had 21 points and 12 rebounds.
It’s the Huskies’ fifth loss by six points or fewer this season.
In Spokane, F Kayla Standish scored 18 points to help No. 20 Gonzaga beat Portland 77-56 Thursday night. The Bulldogs (20-3, 9-1) reached 20 wins for the sixth straight season,
The game of the night, though, was South Carolina defeating No. 8 Tennessee 64-60 in Knoxville. It ended the Vols’ 28-game home win streak.The last time South Carolina beat Tennessee was on Jan. 23, 1980, a 56-52 USC win at home.
*PHOTO CREDIT: Stanford F Nnemkadi Ogwumike gets defensive by Deirdre Hamill of The Arizona Republic.

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