WCC College Basketball Standings: Loyola Marymount Tied For Third Place

The Loyola Marymount Lions got a three-pointer from Jarred DuBois with 18 seconds remaining in the game Saturday night, giving the Lions a 62-59 home win over the Portland Pilots at Gersten Pavilion in Los Angeles. The win for the Lions, combined with the Saint Mary's Gaels getting a road win in Provo over the BYU Cougars, moved LMU into a tie for third place in the West Coast Conference standings.

West Coast Conference Basketball Standings
Team Conf. Overall This Week Next Week
Saint Mary's 10-0 21-2 2-0 USD
Gonzaga 7-1 17-3 1-0 at BYU, at Pepperdine
Loyola Marymount 6-3 13-9 2-1 Pepperdine, USF
BYU 6-3 18-6 1-1 Gonzaga, at Portland
San Francisco 5-5 15-9 2-0 at LMU
San Diego 3-6 8-13 1-1 at St. Mary's, Santa Clara
Portland 2-7 5-17 0-2 at Santa Clara, BYU
Pepperdine 2-8 8-13 1-1 at LMU, Gonzaga
Santa Clara 0-8 8-13 0-3 Portland, at San Diego
Through games of January 28

The Pepperdine Waves snapped an eight-game losing streak Saturday night with a 74-62 home win over the Santa Clara Broncos, dropping the Broncos to 0-8 in WCC play. The Waves host the Gonzaga Bulldogs next Saturday night at Firestone Fieldhouse in Malibu.

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