Pac-12 women: Kingma leads UW to OT win over Oregon St.

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  • Friday, January 25, 2013 11:59pm
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SEATTLE — Kristi Kingma scored 29 points and Washington defeated Oregon State 81-77 in overtime Friday night.

Kingma was 15 for 15 from the free-throw line, including three with 4 seconds to play in regulation to force overtime after she was fouled trying a 3-pointer. She also hit four in the final 24 seconds of the extra period.

Talia Walton had 17 points and 11 rebounds, Heather Corral scored 14 points and Mercedes Wetmore had 12 points for the Huskies.

Aminah Williams had nine points and 11 rebounds for Washington. Her 3-pointer midway through overtime put the Huskies ahead to stay at 75-72.

Patricia Bright led the Beavers with 21 points. Ali Gibson had 15 points, and Alyssa Martin, Jamie Weisner and Samantha Siegner all scored 11 points for Oregon State.

Stanford 65, Utah 44

STANFORD, Calif. — Chiney Ogwumike had 23 points and 13 rebounds to lead No. 6 Stanford over Utah.

Joslyn Tinkle added 16 points for the Cardinal, who won their third straight and for the sixth time in seven games.

Michelle Plouffe scored 24 points and had 10 rebounds to lead the Utes, who lost for the seventh time in eight games since opening the season 9-1. Paige Crozen added 10 points.

UCLA 73, Arizona 57

LOS ANGELES — Atonye Nyingifa scored a season-high 20 points and had 12 rebounds and Kari Korver scored a careerhigh 14 points for No. 19 UCLA.

Nyingifa made 10 of 15 shots as the Bruins snapped a two-game skid to remain in third place in the Pac-12. Korver, starting in place of injured guard Markel Walker, made three 3-pointers.

Kama Griffitts scored a game-high 22 points and Davellyn Whyte added 17 points for Arizona.

Walker, who leads UCLA in scoring, rebounding, steals and assists, missed her first game of the season due to a back injury.

California 59, Colorado 56

BERKELEY, Calif. — Gennifer Brandon had 13 points, 10 rebounds and a key block with 20 seconds remaining to help preserve No. 7 California’s win.

Laysia Clarendon added 13 points and five rebounds while Brittany Boyd scored 10 points for the Golden Bears. Cal trailed by 16 in the first half before rallying for its fourth win over a ranked team in the last three weeks.

Brittany Wilson had 11 points and five rebounds but missed a potential game-tying shot as time expired, ending a four-game winning streak for the Buffaloes.

Arizona St. 60, USC 53

LOS ANGELES — Janae Fulcher’s nine points led Arizona State, which had 10 players score in a comeback win.

USC was up 36-20 at halftime, but the Sun Devils outscored the Trojans 40-17 in the second half.

Cassie Harberts led the Trojans with 24 points and 14 rebounds.

Oregon 70, WSU 68

PULLMAN — Amanda Delgado scored 21 points off the bench and Ariel Thomas had 20 points, 11 rebounds, eight assists and four steals as Oregon held off a late push by Washington State.

Tia Presley scored 16 points and Lia Galdeira had 13 for the Cougars.

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