Post-Game Notes: Washington State
Feb. 28, 2013
#6 California (73) vs Washington State (60) - Post Game Notes
California set a new program record for conference wins in a season at 16, surpassing the 2007-08 and 2008-09 teams for the mark. Those two teams both went 15-3 en route to second-place Pac-10 finishes.
California improves to a program-best 14th consecutive victory, the longest winning streak of the season for the Bears and the current longest winning streak in the Pac-12.
California improves to 26-2 overall, one shy of the program-record for wins in a season. The 2007-08 and 2008-09 teams both won 27 games with identical 27-7 records.
California remains atop the Pac-12 standings at 16-1 in the conference with one game remaining in the regular season.
Cal leads the all-time series 38-22 and has now won three straight against the Cougars.
California improves to 8-0 in Pac-12 road games this season.
California has now led at the half in 24 of 28 games this season with its (42-35) lead over Washington Stae, and the Bears are (23-1) in those games - the lone loss coming to Stanford at Haas. The Bears did not lead against Duke (trailed, lost), Oregon State at home (trailed, won) or in either game against Colorado (1st Meeting - tied, won; 2nd Meeting - trailed, won).
California hit a season-high (11) three-pointers in the game, best the previous season-high of (8) made three-pointers against Oregon last week.
INDIVIDUAL PLAYER NOTES
With her (1) rebound, is now at (294) for the season, (52) rebounds shy of her own California single-season mark of 346 that she set last season.
With her (5) points, is now just nine shy of passing Patrycja Czepiec (1,059 points, 1995-97) for 19th on the California all-time scoring list. Caldwell has (1,051) points in her career.
Layshia Clarendon Afure Jemerigbe
Was (4-of-9) from beyond the arc and finished with (14) poins, three shy of her career high.