CSU Bakersfield gets 1st WAC win, beats Chicago State, 89-78
CHICAGO (AP) — Damiyne Durham scored 14 points and led six Roadrunners into double-figure scoring as Cal State Bakersfield won its first Western Athletic Conference game of the season, topping Chicago State, 89-78 on Saturday afternoon.
CSU Bakersfield came into the game on a six-game losing streak, including its first four WAC games. Chicago State’s losing streak now stands at 16 games, five straight in conference. The loss was the Cougars 20th of the season.
The Roadrunners (8-12, 1-4) got 41 of their 89 points from its bench, with Rickey Holden and Justin Davis each scoring 13 points, with Holden adding nine rebounds. Brent Wrapp scored 10 points and dished 10 assists and Shon Briggs and Greg Lee added 11 points each.
Anthony Harris finished with 20 points to lead Chicago State (2-20, 0-5). Jelani Pruitt added 13 points with Fred Simms Jr. and Deionte Simmons contributing 12 and 10 points, respectively.