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RV Cougars Hold On For Fifth Straight Win, Defeat CSUDH 67-62

SAN MARCOS, Calif. – The RV Cal State San Marcos women's basketball team (5-2, 2-0 CCAA) extended its win streak to five with a 67-62 victory over Cal State Dominguez Hills (2-5, 0-2 CCAA) on Saturday afternoon in The Sports Center.
Jordan Vasquez – 18 points | 15 rebounds (5 offensive)
Mina Tameilau – 21 points | 7 rebounds | 2 assists | 2 steals
Charity Gallegos – 12 points | 5 rebounds
Malia Mastora – 5 points | 3 blocked shots


  • The Cougars closed out the first quarter on a 10-4 run to take a 20-12 lead.
  • Tameilau's 5-0 run at the end of the second quarter put the Cougars up 42-32 at the break.
  • Twenty of CSUSM's 42 points in the first half came inside the paint.
  • Vasquez was one rebound shy of securing a double-double in the first half.
  • The Cougars took their largest lead of the game at the 3:30 mark of the third quarter on a Tameilau second-chance 3-pointer to make it 54-36.
  • The third quarter concluded with CSUSM up 56-44.
  • In the final minute of the fourth quarter, CSUDH cut the gap to single digits on a 3-pointer by Nala Williams to make it 64-56.
  • A jumper by Kylee Edgar made it a 3-point game (65-62) with six seconds remaining.
  • After drawing a foul, Katie FitzGerald sunk both ends of her free throws to secure the win at 67-62.


  • CSUSM dominated the boards, outrebounding the Toros 46-33 and finishing with a season-high 19 offensive boards.
  • The Cougars led for 38:01 of the game while CSUDH was on top for only 15 seconds.
  • CSUSM shot 36.7% (22-of-60) from the field while the Toros finished at 37.0% (20-of-54).
  • The Cougars posted their second highest free-throw percentage of the season at 76.2% (16-of-21).
  • CSUSM is now 8-11 in the all-time series against CSUDH and 5-3 in The Sports Center.
  • With four blocked shots in the contest, CSUSM has tallied four or more in all but one game this season.   
  • Mastora matched her season high of three blocked shots, a feat she first accomplished in the season opener against Point Loma.
  • Vasquez collected her fifth double-double of the season (18 pts, 15 reb.) and the 31st of her collegiate career.

CSUSM will continue its six-game homestand next Thursday when the Cougars welcome Cal Poly Humboldt to The Sports Center at 5:30 p.m.