Herring closes out stellar career with Fresno Pacific women’s hoops
Fresno Pacific seniors Jenay Herring and Keairra White combined for 28 points, finishing with more than 2,500 combined for their careers, as the Sunbirds ended their season with a 67-49 loss Saturday at Azusa Pacific.
Herring is second in school history in points (1,524) and 3-pointers (150), and third in assists (447), steals (247) and free throws made (414). She and White totaled 2,548 points, 659 rebounds, 552 assists and 333 steals. Fresno Pacific finished 6-19 overall and 6-14 in the PacWest Conference. Kelly Hardeman had 14 points and 17 rebounds to lead the Cougars (18-9, 14-6).
• Trevon Clayton capped his Sunbirds career with his sixth straight double-double as the Fresno Pacific men’s team fell 99-77 to NCAA Division II No. 12 Azusa Pacific. Clayton had 19 points and 13 rebounds for the Sunbirds (9-19, 5-15).
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Azusa (24-4, 17-3) clinched at least a share of the regular-season conference title.
Sunbirds extend baseball slide
Fresno Pacific, after losing 10-2 and 11-3 to begin the series Friday night, saw host Hawaii Pacific score two in the ninth to win 6-5 in game 1 of Saturday’s twinbill in Honolulu.
Codey Ellenwood’s two-out RBI single lifted the Sharks (6-2, 3-0 PacWest) to a walk-off victory over the NCAA Division II No. 6 Sunbirds (9-2, 0-3). Game 2 was under way when this edition of The Bee went to press.
Monsters finish sweep of Las Vegas, await start of WSHL postseason
Evan Ingram scored two first-period goals and the Fresno Monsters broke out to a four-goal lead in beating Las Vegas 14-1 in a Western States Hockey League regular-season final at Gateway Ice Center.
Ingram finished with a hat trick, and had five goals and four assists over the past two games as the Western Division champion Monsters (38-7-0-1) completed a three-game sweep. The first home playoff games will be March 13-15.
Harvey’s work in goal not enough
as Sunbirds lose two at tournament
Kelsie Harvey delivered 27 saves in the cage to move within five of the 1,000 mark for her career, but Fresno Pacific dropped two matches at the Tina Finali Invite in Thousand Oaks.
The Sunbirds (4-10) lost to NCAA D-I Villanova 6-5 and Pomona-Pitzer 9-7. Julia Ponce had a career-high four goals against Pitzer.