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  • Wilcox reaches milestone in UW's Pac-12 win

  • BERKELEY, Calif. — C.J. Wilcox scored 19 points to reach 1,000 for his career and Washington scored 16 straight points in the first half to roll to a second straight conference road win, beating California 62-47 on Wednesday night.
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  • BERKELEY, Calif. — C.J. Wilcox scored 19 points to reach 1,000 for his career and Washington scored 16 straight points in the first half to roll to a second straight conference road win, beating California 62-47 on Wednesday night.
    Aziz N'Diaye finished with 12 points, 12 rebounds and four blocks. He dominated on both ends of the court during the big first-half run that put the Huskies (8-5, 2-0 Pac-12) in control.
    Allen Crabbe, the leading scorer in the conference at 21.4 points per game, was held to nine points on 3 for 12 shooting for the Golden Bears (9-6, 1-2). He did move up the all-time scoring charts at Cal, moving past Jorge Gutierrez and Ryan Anderson into 19th place on the school scoring list with 1,238 points. David Kravish led the Bears with 14 points.
    Stanford 78, Washington State 67
    At Stanford, Calif., Aaron Bright scored a season-high 19 points, Dwight Powell added 16 and Stanford earned its first Pac-12 Conference victory, beating Washington State.
    Chasson Randle added 16 points for the Cardinal (10-6, 1-2 Pac-12), who ended a two-game slide.
    Brock Motum matched his season-high with 29 points to lead the Cougars (9-6, 0-2). Mike Ladd added 15 points.
    The largest lead for either team was six points until Stanford began pulling away in the final minutes.
    D.J. Shelton hit consecutive 3-pointers for Washington State to tie the game at 37 with just under 13 minutes to play.
    The lead changed hands six times afterward.
    Stanford led 27-23 at halftime after Randle and Bright each hit a 3-pointer in the last five minutes.
    This was the fifth game involving the Cougars that neither team scored more than 27 points in the first half.
    It was a first for Stanford.
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