IRVINE, Calif. -- UC Davis junior Morgan Bertsch shared game-high honors with 19 points, while senior Pele Gianotti finished with 15 points and nine rebounds Thursday night, as the Aggies repelled a third-quarter Anteater run to hand UC Irvine a, 76-67, defeat at the Bren Events Center. The Aggies improved to 11-3 overall and 1-0 in league play, returning home to host Hawai’i on Saturday (Jan. 6) at 2 p.m. at The Pavilion.
CORVALLIS, Ore. >> Junior Morgan Bertsch finished with a game-high 20 points and the Aggies’ defense held host and No. 17-ranked Oregon State to its lowest point total and shooting percentage of the season in a 61-47 defeat on Wednesday night at Gill Coliseum. UC Davis, which committed a season-low six turnovers on the night, fell to 9-2 overall with the loss, limiting the Beavers to just 36 percent from the field and 29 percent from beyond the arc.
UC Davis junior quarterback C.J. Spencer ran for three touchdowns and junior wide receiver Keelan Doss finished with 15 catches for a career high 208 yards and a TD, but No. 10 Eastern Washington rallied for the winning score in the final minutes of Saturday’s Big Sky Conference battle to clip the host Aggies, 41-38, in front of 8,158 fans at Aggie Stadium.
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Selecting a term
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