Warrior women take down CSU Los Angeles

January 28, 2011 

TURLOCK -- The game bounced quickly from end to end like ping-pong, and the Cal State Warrior women didn't mind.

The Warriors, anchored by center Katie Busi with a season-best 28 points, rolled to a 96-73 California Collegiate Athletic Association win Friday night over Cal State Los Angeles (6-11, 3-10) at Fitzpatrick Arena.

The 96 points is the most the Warriors (9-8, 7-6) have scored in a conference game in 11 years. Freshman Lauren Godde also starred with 17 points and seven rebounds, as Stanislaus enjoyed a 43-26 rebounding advantage.

"It was a great performance by (Godde)," Stanislaus head coach Sharon Turner said. "She played well and is being more aggressive around the basket.

Senior guard Christin Gowan tied her career-best with nine assists. She has totaled 274 assists for her career for second place on the all-time list.

The win kept Stanislaus tied for sixth with Humboldt State.

MJC WOMEN --Cosumnes River (12-9, 4-4) netted eight 3-pointers and escorted the Pirates (6-13, 0-8) to another Big 8 loss. Christie Hobby and Shelby Yamamoto, both working hard near the basket, finished with 10 points seven rebounds apiece for MJC.

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