Cal-Washington State Postgame Notes
With today's victory, Cal leads the all-time series vs. Washington State, 74-47. The Bears improved to 10-0 this year when leading at the half. Cal was up, 29-27, at the break Saturday. Cal led, 52-49
By Cal Athletics on Sat, January 12, 2013
Jan. 12, 2013
- With today's victory, Cal leads the all-time series vs. Washington State, 74-47.
- The Bears improved to 10-0 this year when leading at the half. Cal was up, 29-27, at the break Saturday.
- Cal led, 52-49, with 5:51 to go, then ended the game on a 15-5 run.
- With 14 points, junior Allen Crabbe moved into 18th place on Cal's career scoring list. He now as 1,252 points with the Bears. The next player ahead of Crabbe is No. 17 Dave Butler, who totaled 1,291 points from 1983-87.
- After going scoreless in Cal's previous two home games vs. Harvard and Washington, freshman Tyrone Wallace set his career high with 16 points, including 7 in the first half. He had a previous best of 13 points vs. UNLV on Dec. 9.
- As a team, the Bears tied the school record for blocks in a game with 11 for the second time this year. Cal had 11 earlier vs. Harvard. The Bears also had 11 vs. Cal State Northridge in 1993 and at UC Irvine in 1990.
- With 3 blocks against Washington State, sophomore David Kravish reached the top 10 on Cal's all-time list. He now has 66 to stand in 10th place, one behind Francisco Elson, who had 67 blocks from 1998-99.
- Richard Solomon set a career high with 6 blocks against the Cougars. He had 5 earlier this season vs. Harvard.
- Junior guard Jeff Powers earned his first start of the season and third of his career today. He also had two starts as a redshirt-freshman in 2011. His first career start came at Washington State, and he finished with a career-high 14 points and four rebounds against the Cougars. On Saturday, Powers had 5 points for the Bears.