TUCSON, Ariz. — Lia Galdeira had 21 points and seven steals Sunday to lead Washington State to a 60-50 win over Arizona.
Taylor Edmondson scored 10 points and Mariah Cooks grabbed 10 rebounds for the Cougars (8-13, 4-6 Pac-12), who have won three in a row. Shalie Dheensaw had six points, nine rebounds and five blocked shots for Washington State, which ran off 19 straight points in one stretch in the second half.
Davellyn White led the Wildcats (11-10, 3-7) with 17 points. Alli Gloyd had 13 points and 12 rebounds for Arizona.
The Wildcats led 27-26 at halftime, but lost their fifth in a row.
Washington 74, Arizona St. 61: At Tempe, Ariz., Talia Walton had 26 points and nine rebounds and Washington won its sixth in a row.
Jazmine Davis had 16 points and seven assists for the Huskies (16-5, 8-2 Pac-12), Kristi Kingma scored 14 points and Mercedes Wetmore had 11 points.
Walton had six of the Huskies’ 15 3-pointers that helped them overcome the Sun Devils’ 55-29 rebounding advantage.
Washington trailed 37-29 early in the second half, but a 15-2 run put the Huskies ahead to stay. The biggest lead was the final score.
Janae Fulcher led Arizona State (11-11, 3-7) with 21 points. Promise Amukamara had 11 points and nine rebounds for the Sun Devils.
No. 4 Stanford 65, Oregon St. 45: At Corvallis, Ore., Chiney Ogwumike posted her sixth straight double-double with a career-high 32 points and 18 rebounds to lead Stanford.
Amber Orrange and Bonnie Samuelson — who hit four 3-pointers — added 12 points apiece for the Cardinal (20-2, 9-1 Pac-12).
Jamie Weisner had 13 points and Ali Gibson added 12 for the Beavers (9-13, 3-7), who trailed by as many as 16 in the first half but closed to 35-26 when Ali Gibson opened the second half with a reverse layup.
Ogwumike then scored six straight points to help Stanford regain control.
No. 6 CalIFORNIA 72, Oregon 45: At Eugene, Ore., Layshia Clarendon scored 15, Gennifer Brandon and Talia Caldwell each had double-doubles for Cal.
Caldwell finished with 14 points and 14 rebounds, and Brandon had 14 points and 12 rebounds for the Golden Bears (19-2, 9-1 Pac-12) who maintained their tie with No. 4 Stanford atop the league standings. Brittany Boyd also had 13 points and eight assists for Cal.
Devyn Galland scored 11 to lead the Ducks (3-19, 1-9), who were dominated inside, giving up 44 points in the paint. They were also outrebounded 51-40.
One game after Stanford coach Tara Vanderveer recorded her 400th career Pac-12 victory with an 86-62 win against Oregon, Cal coach Lindsay Gottlieb earned her 100th career win against the Ducks.
California put this one away early, taking advantage of the Ducks’ poor shooting and turnover prone offense to lead 38-19 at halftime.
No. 18 UCLA 70, Utah 42: At Los Angeles, Alyssia Brewer scored 16 points and UCLA’s defense forced 18 turnovers, extending the Bruins’ winning streak to four games.
Antonye Nyingifa added 13 points and eight rebounds, and Nirra Fields had 11 points for the Bruins (17-4, 8-2 Pac-12), who have won 10 of 12. They had 11 turnovers after committing a season-high 29 in Friday’s win over No. 22 Colorado.
Michelle Plouffe had 14 points and 12 rebounds, and Iwalani Rodrigues added 11 points for the Utes (11-10, 2-8). They’ve lost four straight — all on the road — and 10 of 11 after winning their first seven games.
UCLA had the game under control from the start, racing to a 14-1 lead as the Utes missed all eight of their field-goal attempts and committed nine turnovers. Utah didn’t score its first basket until Plouffe’s layup at 11:19.
No. 22 Colorado 65, USC 49: At Los Angeles, Arielle Roberson scored 16 points and Chucky Jeffery had 15 points and 10 rebounds for Colorado.
The Buffaloes (16-5, 5-5 Pac-12) trailed 31-26 at halftime, but scored the first eight points of the second half to take the lead for good.
Brittany Wilson added 12 points and Lexy Kresl scored 11 for Colorado. The Buffaloes, bouncing back from a loss Friday at No. 18 UCLA, controlled the boards with a 44-29 rebounding edge and held the Trojans to 28 percent shooting.
USC (8-13, 5-5) was led by Cassie Harberts with 14 points. Ariya Crook scored 10 points.
The Trojans have lost five of their last six in the Pac-12, and are 5-8 at home this season.
WOMEN’S TOP 5
NO. 5 DUKE 84, NO. 11 NORTH CAROLINA 63: Chloe Wells scored a career-high 18 points to help Duke roll past archrival North Carolina.
Tricia Liston added 15 points for the Blue Devils (20-1, 10-0 Atlantic Coast Conference), who jumped all over the Tar Heels to take the drama out of this one early. Duke blew the game open with a 29-3 run over 10 minutes, led by 31 at halftime and was up by as many as 33.
Tierra Ruffin-Pratt scored 18 points to lead the Tar Heels (20-3, 8-2), who failed to give coach Sylvia Hatchell her 900th victory. She would become only the third women’s coach to reach the mark, along with Pat Summitt and Jody Conradt.
Stanford 81, Oregon St 73: At Stanford, Calif., Josh Huestis hit a key basket among his 16 points and then made a key block in the final minute as Stanford held off Oregon State.
Chasson Randle scored 20 points for the Cardinal (14-8, 5-4 Pac-12), who have won three in a row and five of their last seven. Dwight Powell added 14 points and John Gage scored 12.
Huestis, who also had 13 rebounds, blocked a shot by Devon Collier in the final minute that helped Stanford stop the Beavers, who were within two points.
Joe Burton had 17 points and 10 rebounds for the Beavers (12-10, 1-8 Pac-12). Roberto Nelson scored 20 points and Ahmad Starks scored 15.
The Cardinal recorded a season-high 14 3-pointers.