first_imgKristen Newlin had 10 points, 10 rebounds and a tournament-record six blocks. Brooke Smith added eight points, eight rebounds and four assists in the Cardinal’s eighth straight win overall and 10th in a row against USC. Stanford has not lost to the Trojans since a 59-56 defeat on Jan. 25, 2004. Stanford (27-4) will play tonight against ninth-ranked Arizona State. Shay Murphy had 16 points, seven rebounds and three assists for the fifth-seeded Trojans (17-13). USC is likely to receive an NCAA Tournament invitation based on strength of schedule and because it is a host for the first and second rounds. WOMEN’S GYMNASTICS the two-time Pac-10 player of the year UCLA 197.15, Georgia 197.00: Seniors Michelle Selesky and Ashley Peckett won events in the final home meet of their careers to lead the No. 6 Bruins past two-time defending NCAA champion and second-ranked Georgia at Pauley Pavilion. Selesky won the vault with a career-high 9.925 and Peckett tied for first on the floor exercise (9.925). Freshman Anna Li clinched the victory with a 9.9 on floor exercise, snapping Georgia’s 27-meet winning streak. Jordan Schwikert (39.450) was second in the all-around and Ariana Berlin (39.425) was third for UCLA. BASEBALL USC 7, Georgia 6 (10): Pinch-hitter Michael Torres’ sacrifice fly in the 10th inning provided the winning run as the visiting Trojans (13-7) defeated the Bulldogs (4-7) to complete a three-game sweep. Freshman Robert Stock (Agoura High) improved to 2-0 after throwing 22/3 innings in relief, allowing two runs on two hits with three strikeouts. J.J. Owen was 4 for 5 for the Trojans, while Hector Estrella and Roberto Lopez had three hits each. Pepperdine 5, North Carolina St. 2: Junior shortstop Danny Worth had two hits, including a home run, while freshman Trent Diedrich singled home the winning run in the eighth inning to lead the No. 12 Waves (13-4) to the win over the No. 24 Wolfpack (10-3) on the final day of the Keith LeClair Classic in Greenville, N.C. Texas Tech 10, CSUN 5: C.J. Belanger and Jorge Andrade each had two hits for the visiting Matadors (11-9) in the nonconference loss to the Red Raiders (12-5). 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img Candice Wiggins hit a career-high and tournament-record eight 3-pointers on her way to 29 points, and No. 7 Stanford beat USC 67-52 Sunday to reach the Pacific-10 women’s tournament title game. Wiggins, , hit her first five 3-point attempts and finished 10 of 13 from the field, 8 of 9 from long range. last_img read more

first_imgOne of the highlights of New York Fashion Week was Helen Yarmak’s exclusive showing of winter white furs, extraordinary jewels and exotic skin accessories Held on the Royal Balcony of the Crown Building on Fifth Avenue, the three-day event showcased Yarmak’s newest fur line called “Sneg” in Russian, which translates to ‘Snow’. Models sported designs from Yarmak’s sport luxe collections and as well as an exquisite wedding dress of tiered white fox and lace. Her one-of-a-kind reversibles were pure luxury in sable, fox and mink. Yarmak’s signature collection of hand-crafted jewelry was presented in extraordinary designs featuring gold, diamonds and gemstones. Handbags and belts were on display in a range of exotic skins including crocodile and read more