LOS ANGELES Paolo Mancasola scored 18 points, Corey Hawkins added 17, and UC Davis won at Cal State Northridge for the first time since 1986, defeating the Matadors 74-71 Thursday night.
J.T. Adenrele added 13 points and nine rebounds for the Aggies (6-10, 2-3 Big West Conference).
Stephen Maxwell had 18 points and 11 rebounds for Northridge (9-9, 0-6), which has lost six straight.
The Aggies had lost nine straight on Northridge's court dating to 1986.
Idaho State 60, Sacra- mento State 59 in Pocatello, Idaho Tomas Sanchez capped a career-high 22-point performance with a game-winning jumper with four seconds left, lifting the Bengals (4-12, 3-4 Big Sky Conference) to victory over the Hornets (8-7, 3-4).
John Dickson had 19 points for the Hornets, and Mikh McKinney 14.
Idaho State 62, Sac State 52 Idaho State's Lindsey Reed scored a game-high 19 points as the Bengals (9-7, 4-3 Big Sky) handed the Hornets (8-7, 3-3 Big Sky) their first home loss of the season, Sac State reported.
Kylie Kuhns led the Hornets with 15 points and seven rebounds, while Fantasia Hilliard added nine points and five assists.
UC Davis 61, Cal State Northridge 46 Aniya Baker scored 15 points to lead the host Aggies (6-9, 1-3 Big West), UCD reported.
Associated Press, Bee Sports staff
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