March 13, 2010
LOS ANGELES - Pac-10 Player of the Year Jerome Randle, who scored 12 points, including 5-for-5 from the foul line, set a Pac-10 Tournament free throw percentage record by connecting on all 16 attempts. The old three-game mark was .963 (26-for-27) by Arizona's Sean Elliott in 1989. Randle entered the game shooting 93.3 from the foul line (second in the country individually), the best single-season percentage in school history and second-best in Pac-10 history. He became Cal's all-time leading scorer last night and now has 1,802 career points. With three assists today, Randle now has 521 in his career, tying Kevin Johnson (1984-87) for second in school history. With 618 season points, he's the only player in Cal history to score over 600 season points twice in his career (603 in 2008-09).
The Golden Bears shot 87.0 (20-23) from the free throw line and set the Pac-10 Tournament team record (three games) for free throw percentage, connecting on 52-61 (85.2), breaking the old mark of 82.6 (57-69) set by Arizona in 1989.
All Pac-10 second-team Theo Robertson's game-high 25 points is two shy of tying his season and career-best, set this year when he scored 27 at Arizona. He was 3-for-6 from three-point range and is the school's career three-point percentage leader (150-343, .437).
All-Pac-10 Tournament team member Jamal Boykin scored 20 points, including going 9-for-13 from the field. For the tournament, he was 20-for-30 (.666) from the field. His game-high 14 rebounds was one shy of tying his career-best. It's his 13th career double-double and seventh this season. This year he has 19 games in double-figures scoring, it's the 13th time he's led the team in rebounding and it's his sixth 20-point game of the season.
Robertson and Randle joined Boykin on the all-tournament team.