SEATTLE - Nnemkadi Ogwumike led five Stanford players in double figures with 16 points, and the fourth-ranked Cardinal scored the first 11 points on its way to a 80-51 rout of Washington on Friday night.
The Cardinal (13-2, 4-0 Pacific-10 Conference) won its 10th straight over the Huskies in Stanford’s first game away from the Bay Area since its ended Connecticut’s record win streak at 90 games. The Cardinal bolted to a big early lead against UW, never trailed and easily held off the undermanned Huskies.
Jeanette Pohlen added 15 points, and Kayla Pedersen scored 14 for Stanford.
Charmaine Barlow and Mackenzie Argens each scored nine points to lead Washington (6-8, 1-4), but the Huskies lost for the fifth time in six games.
Washington State 77, California 63: Sage Romberg scored 13 points and went 3 of 4 from behind the 3-point arc for the Cougars in Pullman.
Katie Madison and Rosetta Adzasu each added 11 points as WSU (4-13, 2-3 Pac-10) won its second straight conference game.
Cal (10-5, 2-2) was led by Layshia Clarendon’s 13 points and Eliza Pierre’s 12.
After trailing 42-27 at halftime, Cal went on a 13-1 run to close within 43-40. But the Cougars hit three straight 3-pointers and pulled away to end a 10-game losing streak against the Bears.
SOUTH SOUND MEN
Evergreen 89, Concordia 79: Josh Troyer scored 21 points, and Larry Green added 19 points and nine rebounds as the Geoducks improved to 6-12 overall and 3-5 in the Cascade Conference with a home victory.
Evergreen trailed 39-36 at halftime but shot 59 percent (17 of 29) from the floor and 83 percent (15 of 18) from the free-throw line in the second half.
Kevan West had 23 points for Concordia (6-12, 1-7).
SOUTH SOUND WOMEN
Concordia 75, Evergreen 57: Despite taking a 7-0 lead in the first minute, getting 21 points from Danielle Swain, and finishing with a 39-33 edge in rebounds, the Geoducks couldn’t keep up with the 18th-ranked Cavaliers.
Vanessa Caskey added 10 points for TESC (3-12, 1-7).
Danielle Clausen scored 22 for Concordia (15-5, 7-1).
WOMEN’S TOP 25
Jasmine Thomas scored 22 points to lead No. 3 Duke to an 87-70 victory at No. 21 Florida State. Italee Lucas had 19 points as No. 11 North Carolina blew nearly all of a 24-point second-half lead before holding on to beat N.C. State, 83-76. Riquna Williams scored 29 points as No. 22 Miami beat Clemson, 77-48.