Ogwumike scores 32 to carry Stanford to win 

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  • Stanford’s Chiney Ogwumike turned in a dominant performance Thursday, scoring 32 points.
Chiney Ogwumike had 32 points and 11 rebounds to lead the No. 5 Stanford women’s basketball team in an 83-60 victory over Washington on Thursday.

Bonnie Samuelson added 14 points for Stanford (27-2, 16-1 Pac-12 Conference), while Lili Thompson had 11 and Amber Orrange 10. The Cardinal avenged an 87-82 loss to the Huskies on Feb. 9 that snapped Washington’s 14-game losing streak to Stanford.

Ogwumike fell four points shy of tying her career high, reached twice this season.

CAL 75, Washington STATE 68 (OT)

Reshanda Gray set career highs by scoring 43 points and pulling down 16 rebounds and Brittany Boyd recorded just the second triple-double in school history as No. 18 Cal (21-7, 13-4 Pac-12) held on in overtime.

Boyd scored eight of her 13 points in overtime, finishing with 11 assists and a career-high 14 rebounds. She made just two of 16 shots. Gray was 17-of-20 from the floor and recorded her seventh consecutive double-double.

USF 75, PEPPERDINE 61

Zhane Dikes poured in 15 points and USF (10-18, 5-12 West Coast Conference) dominated Pepperdine on the glass (50-34) to snap a four-game losing skid.

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USF 77, Pepperdine 53

Cole Dickerson scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to help USF knock off Pepperdine, earning the Dons a 12th conference win for the first time since the 1978-79 season. The win, a season-high fourth straight, moved USF (19-10, 12-5 WCC) into a second-place tie with Brigham Young with one game remaining in the regular season.

ST. MARY’S 70, PORTLAND 61

Stephen Holt pumped in 26 points, including four 3-pointers, to lift St. Mary’s past Portland. Brad Waldow contributed 14 points and Kerry Carter 12 for the Gaels (21-9, 11-6 WCC).

— Staff, wire report

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