Geraldine McCorkell scored 21 points and Idaho (3-5) beat Central Washington (5-5) 79-45 in Moscow on Saturday.
McCorkell went 9 of 13 from the field as the Vandals shot nearly 52 percent for the game.
Mikayla Ferenz scored 15 points, hitting 3 of 7 from beyond the arc, Taylor Pierce had 11 and Karlee Wilson added 10 points with seven assists.
Idaho dominated the paint, 38-24, and the bench, 32-12.
Taylor Baird led CWU with 10 points.
The Vandals face No. 25 Oregon in Eugene on Tuesday.
CC Spokane 79, Southwestern Oregon 60: Imani Guillory led four players in double figures with 20 points and the Sasquatch (7-1) beat the Lakers (6-6) in the Skagit Valley Crossover in Mt. Vernon, Washington.
Guillory went 8 of 10 from the field, hitting all four of her 3-point attempts. Kaitlyn Ward scored 12 points with seven rebounds. Janessa Heine had 11 points with five boards and Bri King added 10 points, five assists and four rebounds.
King was named MVP of the crossover, while Heine joined her as a first-team selection.
Spokane led by one point after the first quarter and used a 24-10 run in the second to take control of the game. CCS got 36 points off the bench, compared to 16 for SW Oregon.
Azaria Conway led the Lakers with 14 points, while Katelyn Rossback had 13 and Jessica Matheson added 11.
CCS plays next at the Skagit Valley College Tournament in Mt. Vernon on Dec. 28.
Levi Taylor scored 29 points to lead CC Spokane (9-2) over Bellevue (9-2) 98-79 on Saturday in the Spokane Crossover at SCC.
Taylor went 10 of 15 from the field, including 3 of 4 from beyond the arc and 6 of 6 from the line.
Garrett Hull had 21 points on 8-of-13 shooting, with five rebounds, three assists and six steals. Ryan Alexander added 11 points as the Sasquatch shot over 52 percent from the field and 40 percent (10 of 25) on 3-point attempts.
Elijah Ticeson led Bellevue with 20 points, while Trey Nelson and Jordan Muir-Keung added 11 points apiece.
Spokane led 48-37 at intermission.
The Sasquatch went 3-0 at the crossover event. CCS is off until a road game at Portland on Dec. 30.
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