Rodericka Ware led the Urban Knights on Sunday to their second victory of the season. (Courtesy photo)

Rodericka Ware led the Urban Knights on Sunday to their second victory of the season. (Courtesy photo)

Art U women’s basketball ends slide, wins two straight

After starting the season 0-4, the Academy of Art women’s basketball won a pair of games at the Cal State East Bay Thanksgiving Shootout over the weekend.

The Urban Knights beat Humboldt State, 73-62, on Saturday. Junior guard Jazzlyn Brewster led the way with 17 points, eight rebounds, five assists and three steals.

On Sunday, Art U jumped out against the host CS-EB in the beginning of the fourth quarter with a 12-0 run, which prompted a 57-54 victory. Rodericka Ward scored a game-high 19 points, including 11 in the third quarter.academy of artCollege Sportsdivision ii sportsSan Franciscowomen's basketball

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