BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) -- Nihan Anaz scored 19 points on seven of
eight shooting as California rolled over San Jose State, 90-67, at
Haas Pavilion Tuesday night.
The Golden Bears (2-0) shot 57 percent from the field, and
scored the most points by a Cal womens team since Haas Pavilion was
opened in 1999. The Bears also got double-digit scoring from Leigh
Gregory (18) and Kristin Iwanaga (11).
Cricket Williams had 19 points, eight assists and six rebounds
for San Jose State (1-1), while Jessica Kellogg had a career-high
Twins Tatiana and Teoma Taylor each had 11. The tone of the game
was set early, as San Jose State coach Janice Richard called a
timeout just 1:18 into the game -- with the Spartans already behind
4-0. The tactic had no appreciable effect on the course of the
contest, however, as Cal soon made it 8-0, and then 14-2.
San Jose State made one run, cutting it to 16-14. But the Golden
Bears' lead was steadily extended, and the Spartans never got
closer than within 20 points in the last 16:40.