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Postgame Notes: Cal-Utah
Courtesy: Cal Athletics  
Release:  03/14/2013

March 14, 2013

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• With the 79-69 defeat to Utah, Cal was eliminated from the Pac-12 Tournament

• The Golden Bears move to 20-11 overall on the season.

• The defeat to the Utes snapped a five-game winning streak for the Bears in the series.

• Cal is now 12-16 all-time in the Pac-12 Tournament. It is the first time the Bears faced the Utes in the conference tournament.

• Cal played its first overtime game of the season and first overtime contest since Feb. 20, 2011 when the Bears defeated UCLA, 76-72. Cal is now 46-50 all-time in overtime games.

• With 21 points against Utah, junior guard Allen Crabbe became the 10th Golden Bear in school history to eclipse the 1,500-point mark for his career. He now has 1,510 in his 96-game career.

• Crabbe increased his season total to 580 points, moving past Lamond Murray (572 points in 1993) and into 12th place on the school's single-season scoring list.

• A pair of three-pointers against Utah, increased Crabbe's total on the season to 61, moving him into a tie with Ayinde Ubaka (2006) and Amit Tamir (2003) for eighth place on the school's single-season three-point field goals list. The junior is one three-point field goal shy of his total as a freshman in 2010-11.

• Crabbe recorded his 15th 20-point game of the season and 28th of his career.

• Junior guard Justin Cobbs scored a season-high 26 points against Utah, two shy of his career-high total of 28 against Oregon on Feb. 16, 2012.

• With five assists, Cobbs has now recorded at least five assists in each of his last eight games. • Sophomore forward David Kravish had a pair of blocks against Utah. It is the seventh-straight game Kravish has posted multiple blocks.

• Junior forward Richard Solomon posted double-digit rebounds for the fourth time this season with 11 against Utah. The total was one shy of his career-high of 12 against Oregon on Feb. 2, 2013.

• Sophomore guard Ricky Kreklow, who has been limited to seven games this season with a right-foot injury, scored his first points since Dec. 18 against UC Santa Barbara. Kreklow missed 16-straight games before returning to action last Wednesday (March 6) against Stanford.


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