TURLOCK — Devin Brown scored a career-high 20 points in the final home game of her career as the Cal State Stanislaus women's basketball team lost to Cal State Dominguez Hills, 70-63.
Brown's play wasn't enough to hold off a late charge from the Toros (8-16, 7-13 CCAA). It was Brown's layup with 3 minutes, 44 seconds left to play that gave Stanislaus (2-23, 1-19 CCAA) a 61-58 lead, but a pair of Toros free throws cut that lead to one.
Four more unanswered Dominguez Hills free throws later and the Toros led by three with 1:46 to go. Dominguez Hills would finish a perfect 22 for 22 from the free-throw line.
Erin Godde added a double-double with 10 points and a game-high 15 rebounds. Brian Cotton and Lauren Godde each poured in 10 points.
CSU DOMINGUEZ HILLS 63, CSUS MEN 54 The offense went cold in the second half and the Cal State Stanislaus men could not recover, as Cal State Dominguez Hills defeated the Warriors 63-54.
Stanislaus (9-15, 6-14 CCAA) went nearly eight minutes without a field goal while an 11-3 run turned a 49-48 Warriors lead into a seven-point Toros advantage.
FRESNO 79, COLUMBIA 64 The Columbia College Claim Jumpers quickly fell behind Central Valley Conference champion Fresno and closed their season Saturday night with a 79-64 loss at Oak Pavilion.
The Rams (24-6, 12-0), the defending state champions, led 48-29 at halftime. Ashton Richardson paced Columbia (9-17, 4-8) with 21 points and 10 rebounds.