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SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – Freshmen Michelle Berry and Dani Craig both scored in double-digit points yet gave up 25 points to UC Santa Barbara's Makala Roper as the Titans fell 49-79 at the Thunderdome against UC Santa Barbara on Wednesday night.
The Titans (2-20, 0-8 BWC) outshot the Gauchos in two of the three categories, shooting 38.5% from behind the arc and 52.2% from the free throw line.
Berry's 17-point effort is her 15th double-digit scoring game and her ninth in a row, while Craig recorded her 10th double-digit scoring game chipping in 11 points tonight.
The Titans got off to a slow start as Santa Barbara started the game on a 10-4 run before ending the first period with a 17-point lead.
The Titans picked it up in the second quarter as the duo of Berry and Johnson led the Titans to a 5-0 run to help cut the deficit, yet it wasn't enough as the Gauchos ended the first half leading the Titans by 20 points.
After coming back for the second half, the Titans had their worst scoring quarter in the third. Fullerton managed to squeak out eight points compared to the Gauchos' 22, all eight points coming from Berry and Craig.
In the final quarter, the Titans outscored Santa Barbara 15-11 yet the deficit was too large to overcome, falling 49-79.
The Titans dropped their 20th straight game this season, setting a new school record for longest losing streak in a single-season.
Fullerton returns home to Titan Gym to host UC Davis on Saturday at 4 p.m.