By THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN
Sophomore guard Alyssa Shannon scored her Cal State Bakersfield career-high 20 points Monday night as the Roadrunners coasted to a 81-49 win over Fresno Pacific University in the Icardo Center.
CSUB (5-6) never trailed. The Roadrunners scored the game's first nine points and led 41-20 at halftime. The lead never dropped below 19 in the second half.
Brittany Sims had 12 points and Batabe Zempare and Brooklynn Hinkens added 11 points each for CSUB. Zempare had a game-high 12 rebounds.
Charde Stevens had 11 points for the Sunbirds. No other Fresno Pacific player scored more than six points.
CSUB has its final pre-conference game Thursday at Cal State Northridge.
Fresno Pacific, which has started its transition to NCAA Div. II status, is 2-8. The Sunbirds considered this game an exhibition, which doesn't count on its record. It was a regular-season game with all statistics counting for CSUB.
BC men place third at Allan Hancock tourney
SANTA MARIA -- Four Bakersfield College basketball players scored in double figures and the Renegades rallied past Rio Hondo for an 80-74 victory in the third-place game of the Allan Hancock Tournament.
BC (10-5) outscored Rio Hondo 20-9 over the final nine minutes to secure the win.
Lawrence Moore scored 18, Corey McDonald-Mitchell added 16, Van Holloway had 15 and Dequan Green had 13 points for the Renegades.
Mitchell led BC with nine rebounds and Holloway made the all-tournament team.
Fresno City played San Jose for the tournament title.
Condors' Burgdoerfer promoted to OKC
Bakersfield defenseman Erik Burgdoerfer has been called up to the Oklahoma City Barons of the American Hockey League.
Burgdoerfer, 25, has played his entire pro career, 229 games, with the Condors. He signed a two-way contract with Oklahoma City on Oct. 18.
One of two players who have played in all 27 games for the Condors this season, Burgdoerfer has four goal and four assists for eight points.
Oklahoma City plays host to the Texas Stars tonight.
The Condors begin a four-game road trip on New Year's Day in Las Vegas.
BC women place 2nd in Grossmont tourney
EL CAJON -- Bakersfield College finished second in the Grossmont women's basketball tournament, losing 56-41 to Citrus in the championship game.
Nakia Page had 12 points and eight rebounds for BC (4-9), which reached the tournament finals with a 70-63 win Sunday over Cuesta, the state's No. 6-ranked team. Claesey Tarver had 22 points and 10 rebounds in that game and was BC's lone all-tournament selection.
BC's next game is at Taft at 6 p.m. Saturday.