WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CSUN 67, Cal Poly 60: Ofa Tulikihihifo scored a game-high 21 points and added 10 rebounds as the Matadors (13-14, 9-4) snapped visiting Cal Poly’s eight-game win streak with a 67-60 Big West victory at The Matadome. CSUN took a 30-17 lead at halftime as the Matadors held Cal Poly (13-13, 8-5) to 13.5 percent shooting (5 of 37) from the floor. The Mustangs shot just 26.5 percent for the game, while the Matadors shot 34 percent. Krisztina Fuleki added 17 points for CSUN, while LaJoyce King added 13 points and eight rebounds. Tyler McGinn scored 19 points to lead Cal Poly to an 86-70 victory over visiting Cal State Northridge on Thursday. It was the sixth straight win for Cal Poly (17-10, 8-5), guaranteeing the Mustangs a bye in the first round of next week’s Big West Conference Tournament. Calvin Chitwood scored 22 points for Cal State Northridge (14-15, 5-8). McGinn scored 10 of his points in the first three minutes of the game. He was 4 of 6 from 3-point range and finished 7 of 11 from the field. Derek Stockalper added 18 points and five rebounds for the Mustangs. CSUN will take on UC Santa Barbara on Saturday, with the winner earning the No. 2 seed in next week’s Big West Tournament. Pepperdine 71, St. Mary’s 67: Teena Wickett scored 23 points to lead the Waves (14-16, 7-8) past St. Mary’s (14-14, 8-7) in the first round of the West Coast Conference tournament at Portland, Ore. Pepperdine will play Loyola Marymount on Saturday in the semifinals. USC’s Murphy, UCLA’s Quinn named to all-Pac-10 team: USC’s Shay Murphy and UCLA’s Noelle Quinn were named to the all-Pacific-10 Conference women’s basketball team. Murphy is second in the conference in scoring, averaging 18.1 points per game, and is second in rebouding, averaging 8.4 per game. Quinn is fifth in scoring, averaging 17.0 points and is second in assists, averaging 5.7 per contest. Cal’s Devanei Hampton was named Player of the Year and Golden Bears coach Joanne Boyle was selected Coach of the Year. Stanford’s Jayne Appel was selected as the conference’s top freshman. Cal had 12 straight losing seasons before Hampton and Boyle arrived on campus for the 2005-06 season, along with another all-conference pick, forward Ashley Walker. The three helped Cal post an 18-12 record last year on the way to an NCAA tournament bid and stepped it up even more this year. The Bears (22-7, 12-6) finished tied for third in the Pac-10 this season and spent most of the season in the top 25. Hampton, who came back from a knee operation in August, finished second in the league in scoring at 18.9 per game in conference play and led in rebounding with 8.9 per game. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!