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Ahmad, Rowe help CSU Fullerton hold off CSUN for 78-71 win

FULLERTON, CALIF. Khalil Ahmad scored 27 points and Jackson Rowe had 18 points, a season-high 14 rebounds and five assists to help CSU Fullerton hold on for a 78-71 win over CSU Northridge on Wednesday night and extend its win streak to five games. -- Merced Sun-Star

Ahmad, Rowe help CSU Fullerton hold off CSUN for 78-71 win

FULLERTON, Calif. (AP) — Khalil Ahmad scored 27 points and Jackson Rowe had 18 points, a season-high 14 rebounds and five assists to help CSU Fullerton hold on for a 78-71 win over CSU Northridge on Wednesday night and extend its win streak to five games. -- KSBY

Ahmad, Rowe Help CSU Fullerton Hold Off CSUN For 78-71 Win

FULLERTON, Calif. (AP) — Khalil Ahmad scored 27 points and Jackson Rowe had 18 points, a season-high 14 rebounds and five assists to help CSU Fullerton hold on for a 78-71 win over CSU Northridge on Wednesday night and extend its win streak to five games. -- AP

Matadors Return to Big West Action Wednesday Against Fullerton

NORTHRIDGE – CSUN Men’s Basketball (9-12, 3-2 BWC) returns to Big West action on Wednesday evening as the Matadors visit Cal State Fullerton at 7:00 p.m. The game will air live on ESPN3 while an audio-only broadcast is available on the CSUN Sports Network presented by Dignity Health with Ghizal Hasan and Alan Zinsmeister on the call. -- SCV News

No love, at least in polls, for soaring Aggie women

Last week, the Aggies looked like a band of Vikings from 850 A.D. Invading enemy territory, Davis pillaged Northridge (pretenders to the throne CSUN fell, 60-49) and razed Fullerton (Cal State went down hard again, 75-39). With the mighty Odin (er, Morgan Bertsch) wearing the mantle of these victories, UC Davis seized its seemingly rightful stop at the pinnacle of the conference. -- Davis Enterprise

Alexander: Do L.A. Rams fans acknowledge the Super Bowl title in St. Louis?

Bill Vinovich, the referee in that Rams-Saints game, worked a Big West basketball game between Long Beach State and CSUN three nights later in the Matadome, and I’m guessing he didn’t receive a negative reception. The next night he was in Provo for a West Coast Conference game between Saint Mary’s and BYU, and the fans were not so kind. A fan at courtside kept asking, “Was it pass interference?” And a sign that Vinovich asked to be taken down at a TV timeout said: “Don’t screw these Saints, Bill.” -- Los Angeles Daily News

MEET THE WEEK 1 NCAA WATER POLO STANDOUT PERFORMERS

No. 24 Cal Baptist went 1-3, but pulled off a 10-8 upset of #18 Cal State Northridge, thanks in part to five goals and three assists by Golden Coast Conference co-Player of the Week Kira O’Donnell. -- SwimSwam

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