TUCSON, Ariz. -- Brittany Boyd and Reshanda Gray did it all for No. 19 California, scoring 24 and 20 respectively, as the Golden Bears beat Arizona 79-64 on Monday.
Gray grabbed 12 rebounds and Boyd pulled down five more, had seven assists and four steals for California (13-4, 5-1 Pac-12). Boyd entered the game ranked second in the nation in steals.
Boyd was just 4-of-14 shooting, but made 15 of her 17 free throw attempts, while Gray made 7 of 9 field goals for the Golden Bears. Afure Jemerigbe helped to extend Arizona's defense by making 2 of 3 shots from beyond the arc and finished with eight points.
Arizona (4-13, 0-6) got 16 points apiece from LaBrittney Jones, Carissa Crutchfield and Erica Barnes. Crutchfield made three 3-pointers, Jones made all eight of her free throws and Barnes was 8 of 10 from the floor.
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