J.T. Adenrele scored 20 points, and Corey Hawkins made the winning jumper to help host UC Davis beat Cal Poly 69-67 Thursday night.
Adenrele (Oakmont High School) was 8 of 8 from the field. Hawkins had 15 points and a team-high eight rebounds for the Aggies (5-9, 1-2 Big West Conference). Ryan Sypkens (Franklin) had 15 points and Josh Ritchart (Forest Lake Christian) 10.
Cal Poly led 37-31 at halftime. In the last 13 minutes of the second half, the score was tied six times. With nine seconds to play, Cal Poly's Dylan Royer hit three free throws, tying the score 67-67. Hawkins beat the buzzer with a jumper, sealing the win for UC Davis.
Royer led Cal Poly (7-7, 3-1) with a career-high 19 points. Chris Eversley had 18 points and five rebounds, and Brian Bennett had 11 points.
The Aggies shot 60.5 percent from the field for the game. Cal Poly shot 39.3 percent.
Portland State 87, Sacramento State 69 in Portland, Ore. Michael Harthun scored 18 points, leading five players in double figures, to help the Vikings defeat the Hornets.
Harthun was 7 of 11 from the field, including four three-pointers. Aaron Moore scored 16 points and had a team-high six rebounds for the Vikings (4-8, 2-3 Big Sky).
The Vikings led 40-33 at halftime and shot 56.1 percent from the field for the game.
John Dickson led Sac State (7-6, 2-3) with 16 points.
Sac State 81, Portland State 77 at the Nest Natasha Torgerson scored a career-high 20 points, and the Hornets (7-6, 2-2 Big Sky) remained undefeated at home this season with a victory over the Vikings (7-7, 1-4), according to Sac State's athletics website.
Cal Poly 73, UC Davis 71 in San Luis Obispo Brittany Woodard (Christian Brothers) had 21 points and eight rebounds as the Mustangs (8-6, 2-1 Big West) held off the Aggies (5-8, 0-2). Cortney French had 26 points and six rebounds for UCD.
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