Amber Williams and Tyonna Outland scored 22 points each to lead Cal State Bakersfield to its sixth straight women's basketball victory, 70-62 over Cal State Northridge in the Icardo Center.
Janae Coffee added 10 points and eight rebounds for CSUB (8-15). Janae Sharpe had 18 points and seven assists for Northridge (11-9).
CSUB led 33-32 at halftime. Northridge, which has lost three of its last four, scored the first seven points of the second half and maintained the lead until the Roadrunners rallied.
The Matadors scored only nine points over the final 10:15.
The Roadrunners held Northridge to 38 percent shooting, including 4-of-18 from 3-point range.
BC women beaten by West Los Angeles
CULVER CITY -- West Los Angeles Junior College used an 18-9 run to close the first half with a nine-point lead en route to a 70-63 victory over Bakersfield College in women's basketball.
Guard Emilee Parks led BC (11-10, 4-2 Western State Conference South) with 15 points.
The Renegades had four key players (Brittany Smith, Andrea Harris, MacKenzie Odle and Khiylah Dean) each sit for large portions of the first half with foul trouble.
BC, which usually controls the boards, according to head coach Paula Dahl, was outrebounded 36-32.
The Renegades next play at Santa Monica on Saturday at 3 p.m.
Jam falls to Defenders
The host Los Angeles Defenders outrebounded the Bakersfield Jam 46-33 and forced Bakersfield into 22 turnovers on the way to a 107-99 NBA D-League victory.
Forward Zach Andrews scored 22 points and guard Gary Flowers scored 21 for L.A. (9-15).
Guard Jerel McNeal led the Jam (17-9) with 26 points. He was 10 of 21 from the field, including 3 of 5 from 3-point range, and added three steals and six assists.