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TOP 25 ROUNDUP Women's college basketball



Published: Sun, February 10, 2002 @ 12:00 a.m.



No. 2 Stanford 89, Oregon St. 67

CORVALLIS, Ore. -- Nicole Powell had 23 points and 11 rebounds as second-ranked Stanford clinched at least a share of the Pac-10 title by defeating Oregon State in women's basketball action. Lindsay Yamasaki added 14 points for the Cardinal (24-1, 14-0 Pac-10). Stanford can clinch the outright title with a win over second-place Washington on Thursday. Juleen Smith scored 18 points and Leilani Estavan added 14 for the Beavers (13-12, 9-6) who have lost 13 of 14 to Stanford. The Cardinal moved four games of going undefeated in conference play for the third time in school history. Powell had a double-double, her eighth of the season and the 14th of her career.

No. 4 Oklahoma 67, Texas A & amp;M 51

NORMAN, Okla. -- Stacey Dales scored six of her 20 points in a decisive 14-2 surge, and fourth-ranked Oklahoma defeated Texas A & amp;M for its 19th straight home victory. The Sooners (20-2, 10-1 Big 12) led 53-49 when Dales converted a turnover into a fast-break basket with 3:20 remaining. She then scored another basket and two free throws around a layup by LaNeishea Caufield to stretch the lead to 10 points. Caufield finished with 18 points, and Caton Hill added 15 for Oklahoma, which led 33-23 at halftime. LaToya Rose had 15 points to lead Texas A & amp;M (12-11, 4-7).

No. 8 Louisiana Tech 87, San Jose St. 47

RUSTON, La. -- Ayana Walker scored 23 points and pulled down eight rebounds, and Catrina Frierson added 21 points as eighth-ranked Louisiana Tech beat San Jose State. The Lady Techsters (18-3, 13-0 Western Athletic) shot 52 percent to just 26 percent for San Jose State (11-10, 6-6). Tech led 41-25 at the half and made it a rout. Tech had 51 rebounds to San Jose's 34. Takeisha Lewis backed Walker with seven boards and Amber Obaze added six. Erica Smith had 11 points, five rebounds and three steals for Tech.

No. 10 Baylor 85, No. 15 Texas Tech 69

WACO, Texas -- Danielle Crockrom made 14 of 15 shots and scored 31 points as 10th-ranked Baylor beat No. 15 Texas Tech to end the Lady Raiders' 39-game winning streak in the series. The last time Baylor beat Texas Tech was 1983, in the Southwest Conference Tournament. Sheila Lambert added 22 points for Baylor (19-4, 7-4 Big 12). Amber Tarr led the Texas Tech (14-8, 6-6) with 25 points, hitting a career-high seven 3-pointers in nine attempts. Cisti Greenwalt added 19 points for the Lady Raiders.

No. 12 Iowa St. 85, No. 13 Colorado 75

AMES, Iowa -- Angie Welle had 24 points and a career-high 23 rebounds, and Lindsey Wilson scored 26, leading No. 12 Iowa State over No. 13 Colorado. A crowd of 13,312, the largest ever for a regular-season game at Iowa State, saw the Cyclones (19-5, 7-5 Big 12) win for the fifth straight time and end Colorado's eight-game winning streak. Tracy Gahan added 14 points for Iowa State, which is unbeaten since declaring the final nine games a second season after a 2-5 start in the conference. Colorado (18-7, 6-4) got 19 points from Eisha Bohman and Sabrina Scott scored 16.

No. 17 Texas 90, Oklahoma State 56

AUSTIN, Texas -- Heather Schreiber scored 16 points and No. 17 Texas snapped a four-game losing streak with a 90-56 victory over poor-shooting Oklahoma State on Saturday night. The Longhorns (15-7, 7-5 Big 12) smothered Oklahoma State (11-13, 3-8), holding the Cowgirls to 3-of-28 shooting in the first half.

No. 19 Colorado St. 75, BYU 65

FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- Angie Gorton scored 18 points, including four free throws in the final 40 seconds, and Shannon Strecker added 19 points as No. 19 Colorado State beat Brigham Young. Ashley Venekamp added 12 points and had a steal in the final minute for Colorado State (19-4, 8-1 Mountain West). Erin Thorn scored 17 points for BYU (15-7, 6-3), which came in with a five-game winning streak.

Source: Associated Press




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