How am I just hearing of this (via CalBandGreat) in 2009 and not like whenever Al Gore initially invented the introwebs? This shoulda been one of the first things he worked on. That and crushing the dreams of small business owners everywhere with onerous environmental regulations.
California Golden Bears (5-3) at Pacific Tigers (6-1)
Wednesday, Dec. 9, 7:00 p.m. (PT), Stockton Arena, Stockton, Calif.
Radio: KFRC 1550 AM TV: Big West TV
Still trying to get its starters fully healthy, California stays local this week facing Pacific in Stockton. The Golden Bears are coming off of an 82-63 victory against Iowa State last Saturday. Cal and Pacific tip off on Wednesday, Dec. 9, at 7 p.m. at the Stockton Arena.
Senior guard Patrick Christopher and sophomore forward Omondi Amoke each tallied double-doubles - the second and third of the season for Cal. It was the third time in the last four games that Amoke has paced the Bears on the boards. For Christopher, it was his second 20-point outing of the season, and he tied his career high with 11 rebounds. He is 16th on the all-time scoring chart with 1,272 points. He is tied for 10th on Cal's list for career three-pointers with 122.
Senior guard Jerome Randle boasted 18 points against the Cyclones. Randle now has 1,345 career points and is 13th all-time in school history. Randle is three three-pointers away from second on Cal's all-time three-point list. He currently has 180. Randle is also fourth on Cal's all-time assist list with 414. He remains Cal's leading scorer, averaging 20.1 ppg - fifth best in the Pac-10.
Sophomore guard Jorge Gutierrez came up two points shy of tying his personal best against Iowa State. He finished the game with 12 points, and tied his season high in rebounds with four.