Fresno Pacific: Women's hoops wins in double OT, men fall to start Hawaii trip

The Fresno BeeFebruary 22, 2014 

The Fresno Pacific women's basketball team held BYU Hawaii without a field goal in the second of two overtime periods Saturday and escaped with an 85-79 PacWest Conference win on the island.

The Sunbirds (10-13, 10-7) outscored BYU Hawaii 11-5 in the second OT, with the Seasiders (2-21, 2-16) combining to go 0 for 6 from the field.

Jenay Herring led Fresno Pacific with 18 points, including a 3-pointer that gave the Sunbirds the lead for good in the second extra session.

Hot-shooting BYU Hawaii downs Sunbirds men

BYU Hawaii's men's team shot 61% from the field and beat the Sunbirds 106-71 in a game with a 9 p.m. PST tipoff.

Malcolm Griffin and Jackson Carbajal each scored 21 points for Fresno Pacific (11-14, 6-11) in the opener of a four-game road trip in Hawaii. Griffin added seven assists.

The Seasiders improved to 13-11 and 11-7.

This was the first game of a four-game road trip in Hawaii for FPU.

Sunbirds fall on road in women's tennis

Petra Jurova and Matilda Ackered won singles matches in straight sets but the Sunbirds fell 7-2 to UC San Diego in a nonconference match in La Jolla.

The Sunbirds (2-3) were swept in doubles by the Tritons (6-4).

• Andrew Malozsak defeated the Sunbirds' Stefan Loop 6-7 (6-8), 6-0, 6-4 at No. 6 singles as UC San Diego — ranked 14th in NCAA D-II — won the men's match, beating No. 13 Fresno Pacific 5-4.

Kyle Rowe of the Sunbirds won the match of the day at No. 3 singles, outlasting Ganesh Alagappan 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7-2).

• The women's water polo team lost its home opener to Cal State East Bay 9-5.

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