Rodericka Ware led all scorers with 18 points against Holy Names. (Courtesy Stephen Ellis)

Rodericka Ware led all scorers with 18 points against Holy Names. (Courtesy Stephen Ellis)

ART U women’s basketball stays undefeated in PacWest play

Academy of Art University’s women’s basketball team remains without a loss in PacWest play through three games. The Urban Knights beat Holy Names, 74-64, on Sunday for their latest victory. ART U never trailed in the contest and Rodericka Ware led all scorers with 18 points. The team returns to the court on Saturday against Cal State Monterey Bay at Kezar Pavilion.

ART U’s men’s team also beat Holy Names on Sunday. The Urban Knights got ahead early and never looked back, coasting to a 83-70 win. Uchenna Okeneme tied his season high with 18 points on just nine shots. He also grabbed seven rebounds. Luka Radovic earned PacWest Freshman of the Week honors for his contributions of 15 points.

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