Gennifer Brandon and Brittany Boyd scored 19 points apiece to help No. 11 Cal rout host Cal State Bakersfield 84-46 on Friday night.

Brandon also had nine rebounds. Reshanda Gray and Justine Hartman came off the bench and scored 12 points apiece. The Bears got 34 points from their reserves.

Cal (7-1) led 50-23 at halftime. The Bears shot 51 percent from the field for the game, while the Roadrunners shot 32 percent and had 22 turnovers.

Tyonna Outland scored 12 points for the Roadrunners (1-7).

Cal bounced back from a loss at No. 4 Duke on Sunday.

"I'm proud of our players," coach Lindsay Gottlieb said. "People ask if you're going to be able to get them up for this game after playing a team like Duke, and I don't even have to worry about that. Our players are full of energy. ... They were excited to play again, so I was happy that we were able to come out and play better."

Kentucky 96, DePaul 64: DeNesha Stallworth, a former Cal player from Richmond, had 17 points and 13 rebounds to lead No. 7 Kentucky (7-1) over visiting DePaul (6-3).

Stallworth, a junior who transferred from Cal after two seasons, passed 1,000 career points while recording her second double-double this season.

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Utah State: A Utah State basketball player who nearly died after collapsing during practice Tuesday said he should be able to play again. Danny Berger collapsed during practice in Logan and fell into cardiac arrest. The team's trainer revived him using a defibrillator.

Doctors have inserted a tiny defibrillator in his chest in case his heart stops again. Because of that, his left arm must stay in a sling for three weeks. After that, doctors say he should be cleared to play again.

"If I everything goes right, it seems like I'll have a full recovery," Berger, 22, said Friday during a news conference.

Creighton: Guard Josh Jones is returning to Omaha, Neb., for additional tests after fainting before a game. Jones was taken to a Lincoln hospital after passing out before the Bluejays' game against Nebraska in Lincoln on Thursday. Creighton sports information director Rob Anderson says Jones' condition has stabilized.

LSU: Coach Johnny Jones says starting guard Anthony Hickey has been suspended indefinitely because of an unspecified violation of athletic department and university policies. Hickey had started three games and was averaging 10.2 points a game.

Majerus memorial: Hundreds of well-wishers turned out in St. Louis to honor Saint Louis University coach Rick Majerus. The university hosted a memorial service Friday for Majerus, who died Dec. 1 of heart failure. He was 64.

Majerus coached for 25 years. He was 517-216 at Marquette, Ball State, Utah and SLU, where he spent the last five seasons.

Players who spoke recalled a coach who was passionate and exacting, sometimes funny, always caring.

Wire services contributed to this report.