sheila sobchik

Cal Poly’s women’s basketball team ended a six-game losing streak with a 80-67 win over Cal State Northridge Thursday at Mott Gym.

Sparkle Anderson was the difference-maker for the Mustangs, runing through the Matadors’ defense for numerous layups en route to a 17 point and three steal performance. Anderson was six-for-10 form the field and five-for-five from the free throw line.

Sarah Grieve chipped in 15 for the Mustangs while Jessica Eggleston and Megan Harrison had 12 apiece.

Cal Poly led most of the game and pulled away in the final five minutes with plenty of effort on the defensive side of the ball. The Mustangs forced 21 turnovers and had six blocked shots, three coming from Grieve.

Cal Poly plays its final regular season game against University of the Pacific at Mott Gym on Saturday at 4 p.m.

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