Jackie Nared had 19 points and 11 rebounds, leading the Saint Mary's women's basketball team to a 73-58 win over Tennessee Tech (5-6) in the consolation game of the St. John's Holiday Classic on Sunday in New York.

The Gaels (7-3) led 29-5 in the first half but saw the lead dwindle to one point in the second half before closing out the win.

Danielle Mauldin (St. Mary's High-Berkeley) added 15 points and nine rebounds for the Gaels.

Jasmine Dixon's layup with 1.2 seconds left lifted No. 14 UCLA (4-1) to a 53-52 overtime win over St. John's (5-4) in the final.

  • In the midst of a four-game road trip, the Santa Clara women's basketball team (5-5) fell 70-59 at UC Davis (3-4). The Broncos shot 30.1 percent (25 of 83) from the field. Ricki Radanovich (Carondelet High-Concord) led Santa Clara with 15 points and five assists. Nici Gilday (Presentation High-San Jose) added 12 points. Sydnee Fipps led Davis with 19 points. "We didn't have people that competed," Broncos coach Jennifer Mountain said.

  • Ohio State senior Nikko Triggas, wrestling at 125 pounds, pinned Kent State's Steve Mitchell in the first period Friday. Triggas (Campolindo High-Moraga) posted career pin No. 43, tying him for fourth all-time at Ohio State. On Sunday at the Grapple at the Garden in New York, he beat Maryland's Shane Gentry 8-1 and Hofstra's Steve Bonanno 1-0 with an escape in the final period.


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    Swimming

    Former Cal star Thomas Shields won a gold medal on the final day of the short-course world championships in Istanbul. Ryan Lochte, Matthew Grevers, Kevin Cordes and Shields captured the 400-meter medley relay in 3:21.03, with Russia second.

    Horse racing

    Russell Baze rode Positive Response to victory in the $34,300 feature on closing day at Golden Gate Fields. Baze had 65 winners during the 35-day fall meet to easily claim his 44th riding title at the Albany track. The winter-spring meet begins Dec. 26.