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Tuesday, January 3, 2006 - GSAC Game #3
Final:
Westmont 87, FPU 69

Box score

Santa Barbara - The Fresno Pacific University Sunbirds are still looking for their first Golden State Athletic Conference win of the season after an 87-69 loss to Westmont in Santa Barbara tonight.

FPU's record dipped to 4-8 overall and 0-3 in GSAC play.

"Our offense was OK tonight," said FPU head coach Jim Hall. "But we didn't do a very good job on defense."

The Warriors, now 7-5 overall and 2-1 in GSAC play, benefitted from balanced scoring as six players reached double figures. Stephanie Anderson and Sara Uhlman both scored 15 points to lead the way.

Senior guard Denise Fast led FPU with 21 points, six assists and four rebounds. Kari Cox and Melissa Montoya each added 11 points. Molly McAmis did not score but pulled down a game-high 13 rebounds.

FPU will host Point Loma Nazarene University this Saturday. Tip-off time in the Special Events Center is 2:30 p.m.

Broadcast
Livestats from Westmont

Updated Records
Sunbirds: 4-8, 0-3
Westmont: 7-5, 2-1

Updated Series
Today's contest was the 17th in a series that dates back to January 30, 1999. The Warriors now hold an 11-6 advantage, including an 9-6 mark in GSAC games.

Next Game
Saturday, January 7 (2:30) - The Sunbirds will host the Point Loma Nazarene University Sea Lions.

Next Home Game
Saturday, January 7 (2:30) - The Sunbirds will host the Point Loma Nazarene University Sea Lions.

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Fresno Pacific University offers undergraduate and graduate programs that stress solid academic preparation and a strong ethical foundation. Each year more than 2,000 traditional and adult students attend classes on the 42-acre main campus in southeast Fresno or centers in Visalia and Bakersfield. The university also reaches 12,000 students across the nation and around the world through professional development studies programs. The only four-year Christian university in the Central Valley, FPU is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and ranked in the top quarter among Western universities master's category by U.S. News & World Report.

2005-06 RESULTS
Opponent
-Result
Record
CSU Fresno
L 46-91
Holy Names (T)
W 64-57
Oregon Tech (T)
Trevecca Naz (T)
Olivel Naz (T)
St. Xavier (T)
W. JESSUP (T)
BETHANY (T)
California Baptist * L 59-72
CONCORDIA * L 57-66 4-5, 0-2
Lubbock Christian, TX L 59-80 4-6
Cedarville, Ohio
Westmont * L 69-87 4-8, 0-3
PT LOMA NAZ *
Biola *
VANGUARD *
The Master's * L 59-65 4-12, 0-7
AZUSA PACIFIC *
San Diego Christian * W 70-64 5-13, 1-8
HOPE INTER * L 51-54 5-14, 1-9
Concordia * L 62-70 5-15, 1-10
CAL BAPTIST * W 60-46 6-15, 2-10
WESTMONT * 6-16, 2-11
Pt Loma Naz * 6-17, 2-12
BIOLA * 7-17, 3-12
Vanguard * 7-18, 3-13
THE MASTER'S * 7-19, 3-14
Azusa Pacific * 7-20, 3-15
SAN DIEGO CHR * 8-20, 4-15
Hope International * Lot 77-80 8-21, 4-16
* GSAC contest

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