Jada Blackwell scored 29 points in Cal Poly Pomona victory

Forward Jada Blackwell lead the Cal Poly Pomona Broncos (5-2, 3-0) to victory over the UC San Diego Tritons, 82-71, in CCAA play.

Blackwell scored a game-high 29 points for the Broncos and collected 11 rebounds for a double-double in the victory.

Broncos center Mary Williams also put together a double-double performance, scoring 12 points and collecting 10 rebounds of her own against the Tritons (3-5, 1-2).

The Broncos (5-2, 3-0) will not play again until Dec. 21 at 2 p.m. on the road against the Tritons in La Jolla at the RIMAC Arena.

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All-CCAA Women’s Basketball Team Announced


Name School Pos. Ht. Yr.
Katie Batlin, San Francisco St., G, 5-11, Sr.
Jada Blackwell, Cal Poly Pomona, C, 6-1, Jr.
Courtney Hamilton, Chico State, PG, 5-8, Sr.
Monay Lee, CS Dominguez Hills, G, 5-7, So.
Ariel Marsh, Cal Poly Pomona, G, 5-8, R-Jr.
Paige Melville, CS Los Angeles, G, 5-8, Jr.
Jazmine Miller, Chico State, G, 5-7, Sr.
Miranda Seto, UC San Diego, G, 5-5, Jr.
Brianna Terrance, CS East Bay, F, 5-9, Sr.
Kersey Wilcox, Humboldt State, G, 5-6, Jr.


Name School Pos. Ht. Yr.
Tayler Champion, CS Dominguez Hills, F, 5-11, Jr.
McKenzie Dalthorp, Chico State, F, 6-0, Sr.
Erin Dautremont, UC San Diego, F, 5-10, Sr.
Lauren Godde, CS Stanislaus, F, 6-1, Sr.
Destinee La Foutain, CS Los Angeles, C, 6-2, Sr
Stephanie Lopez, CS East Bay, G, 5-7, Jr.
Ashley Lovett, Cal Poly Pomona, F, 6-0, Jr.
Alexcia Mack, CS San Bernardino, G, 5-5, So.
Danielle Peacon, CS East Bay, C, 6-2, Jr.
Megan Shields, Humboldt State, C, 6-1, Jr.

Player of the Year: Jada Blackwell, Cal Poly Pomona
Newcomer of the Year: Kersey Wilcox, Humboldt State
Freshman of the Year: Ana Burch, CS Stanislaus
Coach of the Year: Danelle Bishop, Cal Poly Pomona

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Two locals still in NCAA Division II national rankings

Josh Gouch vs. SFSU

Two local teams still boast national basketball rankings.

Cal State San Bernardino is now No. 14, up one place from last week, while Cal Poly Pomona is up four spots to No. 17.

Both teams are on the road this week to wrap up the regular season.

The CCAA tournament will get underway March 6 with first-round action. The Coyotes have guaranteed themselves a opening-round bye and play Friday, March 7.

Metro State remains the nation’s top-ranked team with 15 first-place votes.

1. Metro State, Colo. (15 first place votes) 23-1
2. Tarleton State, Texas (1 first place vote) 23-1
3. East Stroudsburg, Pa.24-1
4. West Liberty, W.Va. 23-2
5. Drury, Mo. 23-2
6. Southern Connecticut St. 23-2
7. California Baptist 23-1
8. South Carolina Aiken 24-3
9. Indianapolis, Ind. 22-3
10. Colorado School of Mines 22-3
11. Indiana, Pa. 22-3
12. Florida Southern 23-3
13. Lincoln Memorial, Tenn.22-2
14. Cal State San Bernardino 21-3
15. Minnesota State 25-4
16. Lake Superior State, Mich. 26-3
17. Cal Poly Pomona 20-3
18. Lewis, Ill. 21-4
19. Central Missouri 22-4
20. Seattle Pacific, Wash. 22-5
21. Montevallo, Ala. 21-4
22. Delta State, Miss. 22-4
23. Findlay, Ohio 21-4
24. Wisconsin-Parkside 21-5
25. Southern Indiana 20-5
Dropped out: Walsh (22).

Others receiving votes: Chico State (Calif.) 13, Midwestern State (Texas) 10, Walsh (Ohio) 9, Michigan Tech 7, Missouri Southern 6, Bellarmine (Ky.) 4, Franklin Pierce (N.H.) 3, Carson-Newman (Tenn.) 3, Saint Leo (Fla.) 1, Western Washington 2, Gannon (Pa.) 1, Northwest Missouri State 1, Texas A&M International 1, Winona State (Minn.) 1.

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