College Hoops highlights November 6-7

Krystal Leger-Walker continued the good Tall Ferns form she enjoyed at the FIBA Asia Cup with a stats stuffing 17 points (6/7FG, 3/3 3PG, 2/2FT), 8 assists, 7 steals and 3 rebounds as Washington State thumped Northwest Nazarine 113-45. Charlisse L-W finished with 16 points (6/18FG) and 9 rebounds.

The University of Southern California won a totally one sided affair against Antelope Valley 120-34. After a standout 4-year career at Virginia Commonwealth Tera Reed began her time at USC with 9 points (4/5FG), 3 rebounds, 3 assists and a couple of steals

Amiee Book also transferred at the end of the last academic year. She played her first game at Fresno State following her move from the University California State Fullerton during the off-season. In fact it was her first outing since mid-January having incurred a season ending ankle injury back then. Book finished with 5 points, and a couple of rebounds.

In the NAIA Rocky Mountain forward Maxim Stephens bossed the boards against Warner Pacific sweeping up a colossal 16 rebounds to go with 9 points in a 10-point (72-62) loss to Warner Pacific.


Neither troubled the scorers but Paora Winitana (BYU) and Akiva McBirney-Griffin (University California Irvine) made their NCAA Division I debuts over the weekend.

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