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Shakti Stream

November 20, 2010 by staff 

Shakti Stream, No. 4 Cal completed its sweep of the first women’s volleyball season with No. 2 Stanford in 31 years, winning 3-1 in Big Spike on Friday night at Haas Pavilion to take sole possession of the Pac- 10 lead.

The Bears (24-2, 14-2) set a record for victories in a season by defeating conference Cardinal (22-3, 13-3) 26-28, 25-17, 25-17, and 25-20.

Tarah Murrey (St. Mary’s High) had 24 kills and Carli Lloyd and 56 assists for Cal, while Alix Klineman had 24 kills for Stanford.

No. 1 Cal 9, No. 5 Stanford 6: The Bears (21-2, 8-0 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation) beat the No. 5 Cardinal (13-7, 5-3) to enter the Big Splash at Spieker Berkeley Aquatic Complex. Zach White, Ivan and Luka Rackov Saponjic each scored two goals for Cal, which won her match 13 right.

# 3 Boise State 51, Fresno State 0: Quarterback Kellen Moore passed for 333 yards and four touchdowns and the Broncos (10-0, 6-0 WAC) sprinkled the Bulldogs (6-4, 4-3) at Boise, Idaho.

Wrigley Field: The limits of friendly Wrigley Field are a bit too tight for the Big Ten. The league announced that Illinois and Northwest have agreed to some drastic changes for today’s match at home of the Chicago Cubs – including running all the offensive plays to the end zone that is not to come within a foot or two of a padded brick wall.

Hawaii:

Colt Brennan quart ancient warriors and two women were seriously injured in a car accident two Hawaii Big Island. His father, Terry Brennan, said by telephone KHON-TV in California that her son has had three or four broken ribs, a fractured left clavicle and head injuries.

The Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu issued a statement saying that Brennan was in serious condition.

According to police, Brennan – who set a NCAA record with 131 touchdown passes – was a passenger in a sport utility vehicle driven by Shakti Stream. They say she crossed the center line on the highway near the Queen Kaahumanu Makalawena in North Kona and collided head on with the sedan driven by a woman Waikoloa.

Stanford 3, UCLA 0: Christen Press scored twice as the senior Cardinal (21-0-2) took a step closer to its third consecutive College Cup with a convincing win in the third round of the NCAA tournament over the Bruins (13 – 8-2) sold out Cagan Stadium on the campus of Stanford. Press led the nation with 25 goals.

The Cardinal will play against the winner of today’s game between No. 12 Marquette and Florida State next Friday at a time and place to be determined.

Top 25 highlights: Blake Hoffarber scored 20 points and Minnesota upset No. 8 North Carolina (2-1) 72-67 in the Puerto Rico Tip-Off. “… Marcus Morris scored 20 points and No. 7 Kansas (3-0) beat North Texas 93-60 for its 62nd consecutive home victory, tying a team record.

Tennessee coach Bruce Pearl has been suspended for the first eight games of volunteers Southeast Conference as a sanction league commissioner Mike Slive for violating NCAA rules and misleading investigators.

Selby decision: The NCAA said Kansas rookie Josh Selby, ranked No. 1 recruit in the nation by Rivals.com a year ago, must be based on nine games and repay the $ 5,757.58 he received in the form of impermissible benefits the charity of his choice. Selby, who will be eligible to return December 18 against USC, will be available when visiting Jayhawks December 22 Cal.

No. 3 Stanford 62, Utah 53: Jeanette Pohlen scored 19 points and the Cardinal (2-0) overcame a poor first half and an injury to Nnemkadi Ogwumike beat the Utes (2-1) in Salt Lake City.

Ogwumike warmed with the cardinal, but then sat with a problem not to disclose medical. The reigning Pac-10 Player of the Year, Ogwumike was nursing ankle bidding.

Colorado 71, Santa Clara 57: Alyssa Shoji scored 15 points, but the Broncos (0-3) lost in Boulder, Colorado

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