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February 18, 2014 > Free throw troubles prove costly

Free throw troubles prove costly

Submitted By Scott Chisholm

For just the second time in eight games this season, Cal State East Bay exited Pioneer Gymnasium in defeat. Cal State San Bernardino Coyotes, a team with only four wins in conference play, has earned half of its CCAA victories against the Pioneers after sweeping the season series on Thursday, February 13th.

Cal State East Bay was in position to either win it in regulation or go to overtime with possession of the ball in the final seconds and the scored tied 71-71. Coyotes junior Briana Baker stole the ball near the top of the key, drove the length of the court and scored the game-winning layup with :01.0 remaining.

ÒTonight was a lost opportunity. We missed too many free throws and that cost us the game,Ó said East Bay Head Coach Suzy Barcomb. Brianna Terrance led Cal State East Bay with 19 points, including 3-for-4 from three, and eight rebounds. Stephanie Lopez dished out seven assists to go along with 16 points and six boards.


Pioneer women on wrong side of scoreboard

Cal State East Bay womenÕs basketball dropped a 59-50 decision to California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) opponent UC San Diego on February 15th inside Pioneer Gymnasium.

Stephanie Lopez led Cal State East Bay with 14 points and three assists. Rachel Finnegan finished with career-highs of 11 points and 11 rebounds to complete her double-double.

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