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BYU Cougars (18-11)


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@ SD
W 88-82
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@ LyMnt
W 70-62
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vs. SanFr
L 71-77
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@ Gonz
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vs. SD
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Ferrari scores 23 to lead San Francisco past BYU 77-71

PROVO, Utah (AP) Frankie Ferrari had a career-high 23 points as San Francisco defeated BYU 77-71 on Thursday night.

Ferrari hit 9 of 12 shots. He added seven assists and six rebounds.

Jordan Ratinho had 11 points for San Francisco (21-6, 9-4 West Coast Conference), which earned its fourth straight win. Matt McCarthy added 10 points.

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Leaders
Points: Y. Childs21.3
Rebounds: Y. Childs9.8
Assists: T. Haws5.1
FG%: Y. Childs52.0%
FT%: T. Haws87.1%
3P%: T. Haws35.1%
Steals: T. Haws1.2
Blocks: G. Baxter1.0
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Duke23-3
2 Gonzaga26-2
3 Virginia23-2
4 Kentucky22-4
5 Tennessee24-2
6 Nevada24-2
7 Michigan24-3
8 North Carolina21-5
9 Houston25-1
10 Michigan State22-5
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Duke23-3
2 Gonzaga26-2
3 Virginia23-2
4 Kentucky22-4
5 Tennessee24-2
6 Nevada24-2
7 Michigan24-3
8 Houston25-1
9 North Carolina21-5
10 Marquette22-4
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West Coast Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
2 Gonzaga 13-0 26-2
BYU 10-4 18-11
San Francisco 9-4 21-6
Saint Mary's 9-4 18-10
San Diego 6-7 17-11
Santa Clara 6-7 14-13
Loyola Marymount 5-8 17-10
Pepperdine 5-9 12-16
Pacific 3-10 13-15
Portland 0-13 7-21
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 79.8 (39)
Rebounds: 8.6 (286)
Assists: 15.5 (44)
FG%: 47.3% (45)
FT%: 72.8% (94)
3P%: 33.3% (233)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 75.2 (272)
Rebounds: 26.7 (68)
Assists: 13.5 (220)
FG%: 43.7% (176)
FT%: 72.5% (300)
3P%: 36.3% (293)
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