Gabe Vincent scored a season-high 21 points, Jalen Canty added a double-double and UC Santa Barbara used a 12-0 run late to break open a close game en route to a 70-58 win over UC Irvine on Saturday night. The Gauchos (14-5 overall, 3-2 in the Big West) and Anteaters (8-14, 3-3) were tied at 47 when Leland King II made a 10-foot jump shot with 6:07 to play, kick-starting the decisive rally. "Obviously that was big," said head coach Joe Pasternack. "To put them away late says a lot about our team.
Toa Taua rushed for 4,612 yards and 73 touchdowns on 501 carries at Lompoc. He also played linebacker and safety for the Braves. Toa's brother, Vai, played at Nevada from 2007-10 and is an assistant coach for the Wolfpack. Another brother, Ainuu, is a defensive lineman at UCLA. Lompoc football standout Toa Taua announced Saturday that he's committed to play football at the University of Nevada. He made his announcment at the 2018 Polynesian Bowl in Hawaii.
UCSB jumped out to an early 8-1 lead and never looked back, handing visiting Cal State Fullerton its first Big West Conference loss on Wednesday night, 83-64. The Gauchos (13-5 overall, 2-2 in Big West) led wire-to-wire and when they took a 25-14 lead on a three-point basket by Max Heidegger with 10:06 left in the first half. The Titans (11-6, 4-1) were never able to pull within single-digits the rest of the way.
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Selecting a term
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