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Lindsey Sherbert achieved a new career high with four steals, besting her former high of two, which she had achieved multiple times. The Bears brought a two-game road winning streak with them into Ari
By Cal Athletics on Thu, February 03, 2011

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Feb. 3, 2011

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Lindsey Sherbert achieved a new career high with four steals, besting her former high of two, which she had achieved multiple times.

The Bears brought a two-game road winning streak with them into Arizona, and look to extend it to four Saturday afternoon at Arizona State. The Bears and Sun Devils tip at 3 p.m., Pacific Standard Time, in Tempe, Ariz.

The Bears have now won 11 straight match-ups with the Wildcats, including an 80-60 victory earlier this season in Berkeley.

Arizona had not beaten the Bears on the Wildcats' home floor since before Boyle arrived in Berkeley - an 80-69 triumph on Jan. 7, 2005.

DeNesha Stallworth notched her eighth double double of the season and 12 of her career, scoring 16 points and notching 10 boards.

The win halted Arizona's perfect home record, which stood at 9-0 before the Bears soiled it Thursday.

Tucson's native daughter Rachelle Federico received a warm welcome when she entered the game in the second half, with the senior playing in her final game in her hometown.

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