Kentwood High product Joshua Smith had 18 points and 10 rebounds and UCLA reached the . 500 mark for the first time this season with an...
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Kentwood High product Joshua Smith had 18 points and 10 rebounds and UCLA reached the .500 mark for the first time this season with an 82-39 rout of UC Davis on Saturday.
Freshman forward David Wear scored 15 points for the Bruins (5-5), who have won all three games since coach Ben Howland threw 6-foot-8 power forward Reeves Nelson off the team.
Forward Travis Wear sat out his second straight game because of a skin infection on his left foot and swingman De’End Parker missed his eighth in a row because of tendinitis in his knee.
Other men’s games
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At Stanford 75, San Diego 55
Josh Owens scored 17 points and Stanford’s entire roster contributed on both ends of the floor in a balanced victory over San Diego.
Chasson Randle had 15 points and made back-to-back three-pointers in the waning minutes for the surprising Cardinal (9-1), which is off to its best start since opening 10-0 in coach Johnny Dawkins’ first season of 2008-09.
Johnny Dee scored 12 to lead San Diego (5-6).
Georgia 63, at USC 59
Freshman Kentavious Caldwell-Pope scored 21 points and made a key late three-pointer to help Georgia (5-5) beat USC (4-7).
Alexis Moore scored 18 points to lead USC.
Northern Arizona 69, at Arizona State 68
Stallon Saldivar made a three-pointer with under a second left and scored 24 points, helping Northern Arizona (4-7) knock off Arizona State (4-6).
Gabe Rogers pulled the Lumberjacks a point behind on a jumper with 21 seconds left, and Saldivar followed by using an up-fake to set up his sixth three-pointer with eight-tenths of a second left.
At No. 4 Stanford 85, Princeton 66
Nnemkadi Ogwumike showed what a perimeter threat she has become in a matter of months, knocking down long jumpers all game on the way to 22 points and 12 rebounds for Stanford in a victory over Princeton (7-4).
Her little sister, Chiney, had 21 points on 10-of-11 shooting and nine rebounds as the Cardinal (7-1) extended its school-record home winning streak to 67 games.
No. 6 Tennessee 85, at UCLA 64
Meighan Simmons scored 18 points, Glory Johnson had 17 and Tennessee (7-2) made 18 of its first 20 shots in beating UCLA (5-4), which got a career-high 24 points from Rebekah Gardner.
No. 12 Ohio State 77, at California 75
Samantha Prahalis had 18 points and Ohio State (10-0) held off California to remain unbeaten and give coach Jim Foster his 750th career victory.
Gennifer Brandon had 24 points and a career-high 24 rebounds for the Bears (8-3).
At Utah 75, Texas Southern 33
Michelle Plouffe scored 17 and Taryn Wicijowski 15 as Utah (5-4) breezed by Texas Southern (1-7).
At Colorado 77, Weber State 59
Julie Seabrook had 12 points and 10 rebounds to lead Colorado (9-0) past Weber State (2-10).