PULLMAN- The Pac-12 tournament is about a month away and the Washington State women are doing everything they can do ensure the best seed possible, grabbing one of their biggest wins of the season against Cal. Bobi Buckets and Chanelle Molina combined for 54 points as they made sure Cal never got close, winning 96-75. WSU is currently 9th in the Pac-12 and have five games left before they head to fabulous Las Vegas for the Pac-12 tournament.

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WSU women throttle Cal, grab biggest conference win of season

PULLMAN- The Pac-12 tournament is about a month away and the Washington State women are doing everything they can do ensure the best seed possible, grabbing one of their biggest wins of the season against Cal. Bobi Buckets and Chanelle Molina combined for 54 points as they made sure Cal never got close, winning 96-75. WSU is currently 9th in the Pac-12 and have five games left before they head to fabulous Las Vegas for the Pac-12 tournament.

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