BERKELEY, Calif. — Reshanda Gray set career highs with 43 points and 16 rebounds, and Brittany Boyd recorded just the second triple-double in school history as No. 18 California beat Washington State 75-68 in overtime Thursday night.
Boyd scored eight of her 13 points in overtime, finishing with 11 assists and a career-high 14 rebounds. She made just 2 of 16 field-goal attempts.
Gray made 17 of 20 from the floor and recorded her seventh consecutive double-double. The rest of the Bears (21-7, 13-4 Pac-12) were 7 of 49 from the field.
The teams combined to attempt 159 field goals, including 90 by WSU — the second-most in program history. WSU attempted 103 field goals against St. Mary’s in 2006.
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Tia Presley had 15 points and 11 rebounds and Shalie Dheensaw added 14 points and 15 rebounds for WSU (15-14, 9-8), which shot 2 of 14 in overtime.
UCLA loses after suspensions
Oregon (19-8, 7-8) needed two overtimes to get an 87-83 win at shorthanded UCLA, which was playing without standout sophomore guards Jordan Adams and Kyle Anderson, who were suspended for one game for a violation of team rules.
Bryce Alford scored a career-high 31 for UCLA (21-7, 10-5).
Adams is averaging a team-leading 17.2 points, while Anderson is averaging 14.9 points, 8.6 rebounds and 6.9 assists.
Other women’s game
USC 67, at Utah 57
The Women of Troy (17-12, 10-7) overcame 27 points and 18 rebounds by Michelle Plouffe of Utah (11-17, 4-13).
Oregon State 76, at USC 66
Roberto Nelson had 14 points as the Beavers (15-12, 7-8) held off the Trojans (10-18, 1-14).