NCAA Basketball

San Francisco Dons (17-13)


Sat. 2/10 Thu. 2/15 Sat. 2/17 Thu. 2/22 Sat. 2/24
@ BYU 
L 73-75
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vs. StMry 
W 70-63
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vs. LyMnt 
W 72-63
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@ Pac 
W 84-74
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vs. SD 
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Ferrari drives San Francisco past Pacific, 84-74, into 4th

STOCKTON, Calif. (AP) Frankie Ferrari turned in a double-double and San Francisco pulled into a tie with Pacific for the No. 4 seed into the West Coast Conference tournament by upsetting the Tigers, 84-74 on Thursday night.

With their fifth win in their last six games, the Dons now are tied with Pacific, one game behind third-place BYU, but San Francisco swept the season series and would claim the No. 4 seed into the conference tournament.

Ferrari converted two free throws with 1:53 left to give USF (17-13, 9-8) a 78-68 lead, but Roberto Gallinat hit three of four free throws and Jahlil Tripp turned in a three-point play to get the Tigers within four, 78-74 with more than a minute to play. Ferrari hit two more free throws with 31-seconds left and Jordan Ratinho converted two of four from the line to close it out.

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Leaders
Points: S. Boum11.8
Rebounds: M. McCarthy5.2
Assists: F. Ferrari4.2
FG%: No qualifiers
FT%: S. Boum83.6%
3P%: J. Ratinho40.8%
Steals: F. Ferrari1.0
Blocks: N. Renfro1.0
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Virginia25-2
2 Michigan State27-3
3 Villanova25-3
4 Xavier25-4
5 Duke23-5
6 Texas Tech22-6
6 Gonzaga26-4
8 Kansas22-6
9 Purdue25-5
10 North Carolina22-7
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Michigan State27-3
2 Virginia25-2
3 Villanova25-3
4 Xavier25-4
5 Duke23-5
6 Gonzaga26-4
7 Texas Tech22-6
8 Kansas22-6
9 Purdue25-5
10 North Carolina22-7
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West Coast Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
6 Gonzaga 16-1 26-4
22 Saint Mary's 15-2 26-4
BYU 11-6 22-8
San Francisco 9-8 17-13
Pacific 9-8 14-16
San Diego 8-9 17-12
Santa Clara 8-9 11-18
Portland 4-13 10-20
Loyola Marymount 4-13 9-19
Pepperdine 1-16 4-25
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 69.1 (287)
Rebounds: 10.5 (152)
Assists: 13.5 (195)
FG%: 42.2% (302)
FT%: 69.1% (259)
3P%: 33.4% (261)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 67.9 (68)
Rebounds: 24.5 (230)
Assists: 10.3 (15)
FG%: 43.6% (157)
FT%: 74.7% (333)
3P%: 32.9% (67)
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