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LOCAL COLLEGES\CSUN loses in Sacramento.

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Cal State Northridge's men's basketball team continued its losing ways Saturday night, falling to Cal State Sacramento 83-66 in an American West Conference game in Sacramento.

The Matadors (6-19, 2-4) shot 41 percent from the field. Ruben Oronoz scored a team-high 14 points. Eric Gray had 11 and Trenton Cross 10. The loss snapped Northridge's six-game winning streak against Sacramento State dating to 1993.

Sacramento led 39-28 at halftime. Abie Ramirez made 7 of 10 shots from the field and finished with 22 points.

Northridge closes in regular season Tuesday against Loyola Marymount before hosting the AWC tournament on Friday.

Antelope Valley 77, Moorpark 73: Jerome Payton scored 25 points as the Marauders (25-6) avoided the upset in a first-round game of the Southern California Regionals in Lancaster. Wendell Nunnery scored 32 points and Tim Nunnery added 22 for Moorpark (15-17).

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

CS Sacramento 80, CS Northridge 75: Carrie Dormire scored 22 points and Tammie Mills made 8 of 12 shots and finished with 16 points, but the Matadors (5-21) dropped a road game in Sacramento. Sarah Stapp led Sacramento (9-17) with 26 points.

Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 62, Cal Lutheran 48: Nicole Albert scored 11 points and Missy Rider added nine points but the Regals (13-13) fell short in a SCIAC playoff game that determined an automatic berth in the NCAA Division III playoffs.

Cal Lutheran and Claremont-Mudd-Scripps were tied for the SCIAC conference title with records of 9-3 and had split their two previous meetings. Cal Lutheran must now await to see if it can earn an at-large berth in the 64-team tournament.

COLLEGE BASEBALL

Stanford 9, UCLA 1: Former Harvard-Westlake catcher Jon Schaeffer went 4 for 4 and freshman pitcher Jeff Austin threw a complete-game six-hitter with 13 strikeouts to lead the Cardinal (10-6, 1-1). Troy Glaus had two hits for UCLA (10-5, 1-1).

Pepperdine 5, Washington State 3: Gerardo Gonzalez and David Mataranga had back-to-back RBI singles in the first inning and Eric Brubaker threw 2-1/3 innings of scoreless relief to lead the Waves (7-8) in Malibu.

UC Santa Barbara 16-4, San Diego 4-7: Former Thousand Oaks star Ryan Kritscher was 4 for 7 on the day with three RBI for Santa Barbara (10-3).

Harbor 13, Canyons 8: There were seven home runs hit at windy College of the Canyons, five by Harbor (8-4). Canyons' Gabby Halcovich, Jeff Brown and Kasey Canele had two hits apiece.

Pierce 6, San Diego City 3: Mike Glendenning had three hits and two RBI as Pierce (8-4) won a Grossmont tournament game. Later, the Brahmas lost to Citrus 9-5. On the day, Carlos Nunez went 4 for 7 with four RBI.

Cal Lutheran 5-8, Reddlands 1-2: Eric Kisczak pitched a complete game while striking out seven in the first game of a SCIAC doubleheader sweep for the Kingsman (9-3-1, 6-0) at Cal Lutheran. Eric Buben homered in the second game to spark Cal Lutheran. The Masters 10, UCSD 6: Matt Huter, Bryan Miller, and Justin Miller each had three hits for the Mustangs (5-7-1) in a nonconference game at the University of San Diego. Jason Freeman added two hits and three RBI, including a two-run home run.
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:Daily News (Los Angeles, CA)
Date:Feb 25, 1996
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