March 12, 2008
With 22 points, Ryan Anderson moved into 20th place on Cal's career scoring list, now with 1,184 points.
On Cal's season list, Anderson is now third with 645 points, trailing only Lamond Murray (729 points in 1994) and Leonard Taylor (649 points in 1989).
Anderson's 16 rebounds are one off his career high, set at Oregon State and at Washington earlier this season.
Anderson has 304 rebounds this year, seventh most in school history. He is the first Cal player to grab 300 since Mark McNamara in 1982.
Anderson is now the first player in school history to score at least 600 points and grab at least 300 rebounds in the same season.
Patrick Christopher finished with 25 points, just one shy of his career best set vs. Jackson State earlier this season.
Cal outrebounded Washington, 43-34, the 21st time the Bears have won the battle on the boards this year.
In four Pac-10 Tournament games over his career, Anderson is averaging 21.0 ppg and 12.8 rpg.