CARSON — The road Warriors finally stumbled. Having won five in a row on the road, Cal State Stanislaus couldn't recover from frigid shooting in first half and lost 65-55 to California State Dominguez Hills.
The Warriors are 6-7 overall and 3-6 in California Collegiate Athletic Association. Taylor Bell came off the bench to lead CSUS with 12 points. Sam Marcus and Marcus Walters had 8 each.
The Warriors missed 10 of their first 11 shots en route in the opening half. By the time the Warriors made their second shot a 3-pointer by Amarpreet Randhawa it was 17-6.
CSU Dominguez Hills (9-7, 5-4 CCAA) scored the first 11 points before Wes Bartole hit a 3.
Stanislaus trailed 36-11 at intermission, but opened the second half with a 12-2 run to make it a game. Stanislaus closed to within 10-points, 60-50, when Zeke DeBlase nailed a trey with 1:27 left.
CSU Stanislaus faces Cal State L.A. tonight at about 7:30 p.m.
CSU Women lose by 29
CARSON The CSU Stanislaus women lost at the Torodome for the first time in more than four years as the Toros (5-8, 4-5 CCAA) beat the Warriors 82-53. Lauren Godde (15 points) and Devin Brown (13) accounted for nearly half of the offense for the Warriors (2-12, 1-8 CCAA)