Feb. 28, 2008
Final Score: No. 22 Washington State 70, California 49
WASHINGTON STATE NOTES
The Cougars improved to 45-68 all-time against California and 17-42 against the Golden Bears on the road...WSU has won three of the last four meetings
Chris Henry's appearance at the 11:34 mark in the first half marked the first time this season the redshirt junior (playing his final season for the Cougars as a walk-on) has played in the first half of a game...just his eighth appearance this season...played a season-high eight minutes.
At 10-6 in Pac-10 play this season, the Cougars have reached 10 Pac-10 wins in back-to-back seasons for the first time since the 1993-94 and 1994-95 seasons.
WSU has now won 10 road games this season for the first time since 1946-47 and the 11th time in school history.
Taylor Rochestie scored in double figures for the sixth consecutive game...he finished with 18 points...his six assists are the most since he had at Arizona Jan. 24.
Rochestie is shooting .539 (62-for-115) in games outside of Pullman this season compared to .402 (35-for-87) at Pullman this season.
Derrick Low also reached double-figure points for the sixth-straight game...he hit his 200th career 3-pointer in the second half.
Kyle Weaver moved into 23rd place in the WSU career scoring books...he now has 1,060.
Derrick Low moved into 15th in the WSU career scoring record books...he now has 1,182.
Rochestie moved into a tie for eighth place in the WSU season record books for assists...he now has 129.
Robbie Cowgill's birthday performance: eight points (3-for-3 from the field), four rebounds and an assist...his eight points ties him for the 10th-best birthday performance in WSU history.
The win is WSU's largest on the road in Pac-10 play this season...previous was 15 at USC.