Reshanda Gray set career highs by scoring 43 points and pulling down 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 in Berkeley.
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 goals.
Gray made 17 of 20 from the floor and recorded her seventh consecutive double-double. She has 14 on the season.
The two 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. They also combined for 102 rebounds.
Tia Presley finished with 15 points and 11 rebounds and Shalie Dheensaw added 14 and 15 for WSU (15-14, 9-8 Pac-12), which made just 2 of 14 field goals in overtime.
NO. 5 STANFORD 83, WASHINGTON 60
At Stanford, Chiney Ogwumike had 32 points and 11 rebounds to lead Stanford.
Bonnie Samuelson added 14 points for Stanford (27-2, 16-1 Pac-12), while Lili Thompson had 11 and Amber Orrange 10. The Cardinal evened an 87-82 loss to the Huskies on Feb. 9 that snapped Washington's 14-game losing streak to Stanford.
Ogwumike fell four points shy of tying her career high, reached twice this season. The senior forward increased her career scoring total to 2,543, leaving her 87 shy of breaking former Stanford star Candice Wiggins' Pac-12 record. Ogwumike also had her 21st double-double of the season.
Kelsey Plum led the Huskies (16-12, 9-8) with 21 points. Talia Walton added 12 and Jazmine Davis 10.
SAN FRANCISCO 77, PEPPERDINE 53
At Malibu, Cole Dickerson scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to help San Francisco earn a 12th conference win for the first time since the 1978-79 season.
The win, a season-high fourth straight, moved San Francisco (19-10, 12-5 WCC) into a second-place tie with Brigham Young with one game remaining in the regular season.
It's the second time San Francisco has won 19 games under Rex Walters, and a win Saturday at Loyola Marymount would mark the second time one of his teams have reached 20 wins.
Avry Holmes drilled a 3-pointer to give San Francisco the lead, 39-38 with 16:44 left in the game, igniting an 18-2 run that put the Dons up by 14 with nine minutes left.
Stacy Davis scored 15 points and grabbed eight boards to lead Pepperdine (15-14, 8-9), with Malcolm Brooks adding 11 points and Lamond Murray Jr. 10.