CARSON -- Lysandra Williams scored 22 points and Cal State Stanislaus nailed late free throws in picking up its first road win this season, 54-50 over Cal State Dominguez Hills on Saturday.
The Warriors (5-11, 3-7 California Collegiate Athletic Association) snapped a five-game skid.
Christin Gowan's free throws with about a minute left broke the tie and Aleta Stamps nailed two more with four ticks left.
The Toros, picked in the preseason to win the CCAA, dropped to 9-8 overall and 3-7 in league. They were held scoreless after Alana Bailey's layup gave them a 50-47 lead with 3:51 remaining.
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Williams was 7-for-8 from the field and 7-for-10 from the line -- two of those three throws put Stanislaus up by 11 eight minutes into the second half. Katie Busi had eight points and six rebounds with three assists.
CSU DOMINGUEZ HILLS 71, CSU STANISLAUS 62, at Carson -- The Warriors (3-14, 2-8 CCAA) went ice cold the last 6½ minutes of their loss to the Toros (10-6, 5-5).
Heath Colvin and Duane Jones led the Warriors with 19 and 17 points, respectively, but the Warriors lost their sixth consecutive game and the Toros won their fourth in a row.
Rodney Yearby took over the game late in the second half to finish with 19 points and nine rebounds for Dominguez Hills.
Stanislaus trailed 49-39 five minutes into the second half. A 3-pointer by Jones started a 15-7 Stanislaus run that ended with a Colvin basket at 6:56 that brought the Warriors to within two at 56-54. But Stanislaus managed just three field goals the rest of the way.
JC Men's Basketball
SEQUOIAS 64, MERCED 62, at Merced -- Julius Cheeks scored 18 points, including four 3-pointers, but the Blue Devils (6-15, 1-4 Central Valley Conference) couldn't come back from a 40-21 first-half deficit.
REEDLEY 80, COLUMBIA 63, at Reedley -- Raj Palmer scored 19 points for the Claim Jumpers (5-18, 1-4 CVC) in a losing cause.