Kristine Anigwe sets Pac-12 record in Cal’s win over Washington

Kristine Anigwe posted her 29th consecutive double-double to tie the Pac-12 record and visiting Cal defeated Washington 71-65 on Friday night.

Anigwe scored 20 points and grabbed 18 rebounds to tie the conference record set by former Oregon forward Jillian Alleyne between Jan. 11, 2015 and Jan. 4, 2016. Anigwe’s streak is also the fourth-longest in Division I history.

The Bears (17-11, 8-9) won their third straight game and fifth straight in the series. They finish the regular season Sunday at Washington State while the Huskies (9-19, 2-14) will host No. 7 Stanford.

Cal led by two at halftime before opening the third quarter on a 16-2 run with Anigwe scoring eight points. The Huskies got within four with 2:49 left in the game but missed their next six shots and Cal built a seven-point lead with 16 seconds remaining.

Missy Peterson scored 23 points and Amber Melgoza had 22 for Washington.

#6 Oregon 83, Arizona 54: Walnut Creek’s Sabrina Ionescu scored 22 points and the Ducks held the host Wildcats scoreless in the fourth quarter. “That was a surprise until I looked at the box score; I thought it was in the wrong column,” Oregon coach Kelly Graves said. “But that’s the kind of competitors we have.” The win gave Oregon (26-3, 15-2 Pac-12) at least a share of its second straight Pac-12 title. Ionescu also had eight assists and five rebounds. Satou Sabally finished with 16 points and 10 rebounds. Aari McDonald led Arizona (17-11, 7-10) with 26 points.

#21 Arizona State 66, #9 Oregon State 54: Kianna Ibis had 20 points and eight rebounds to lead the host Sun Devils to victory. Arizona State swept the season series with the Beavers (23-6, 13-4 Pac-12). Iris Mbulito scored 10 points, Charnea Johnson-Chapman had six points and 12 rebounds, and Reili Richardson added eight points to help the Sun Devils (19-8, 10-6) end a two-game losing streak.

#25 UCLA 76, Utah 60: Michaela Onyenwere scored 29 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for the host Bruins. Kennedy Burke added 19 points for UCLA (18-11, 11-6), which missed 10 of its 11 3-point attempts in the first half but still led 30-27. Megan Huff scored 21 points for the Utes (20-8, 9-8), who have lost 14 straight to the Bruins.

USC 84, Colorado 77: Aliyah Mazyck scored 30 points on 11-of-17 shooting to lift the host Trojans (16-12, 6-11 Pac-12). Mazyck was 5-for-6 from 3-point range and Minyon Moore added 18 points, six rebounds, five assists and five steals. Mya Hollingshed had 20 points and 12 rebounds for the Buffaloes (12-16, 2-15).


#21 Buffalo 77, Miami (Ohio) 69: CJ Massinburg shook off an injury and scored 20 points and the visiting Bulls (26-3, 14-2) beat the RedHawks (15-14, 7-9) to clinch a share of the Mid-American Conference title. Buffalo was denied a chance to win the regular-season championship outright when second-place Bowling Green beat Kent State.

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