Cook made 5-of-7 3-point attempts and earned California Collegiate Athletic Association men’s basketball player of the week honors. Cook also scored 21 points in Friday’s win over UC San Diego. The bad was an injury to junior starting center Kaelen Daniels in the final five minutes of regulation. Daniels landed awkwardly and jammed his big toe while spraining his other ankle. Daniels left the game and did not return. He will not play this weekend against Cal State L.A. on Friday or Cal State Bakersfield on Saturday. “It changes everything,” Kamansky said of Daniels’ injury. “As of right now, we’ll start Kevin (Neveu). Other guys will have to step up. Obviously, it’s a major loss.” Kamansky said the doctor indicated Daniels could be out for two or three weeks. Since this is the last week of the regular season, he could miss the NCAA Division II West Regional next week. There was a little bit of everything, good and bad, on Saturday night for the Cal Poly Pomona men’s basketball team in its regular-season home finale at Kellogg Gym. The good was Dion Cook, who scored a career-high 39 points, and Luis Pulido, who made the game-winning 3-pointer with 7.9 seconds left in overtime of a 70-69 victory over Cal State Dominguez Hills. Cook’s 39 fell one point short of the single-game school record. All of his points came in regulation, including 31 in the second half alone and 17 straight Cal Poly points to start the second half. “He hit some 3s that were ridiculous,” Cal Poly men’s basketball coach Greg Kamansky said. “When he’s able to make 3s, he’s tough to guard.” “We’re hoping it’s more like a week and a half,” Kamansky said. Daniels, who had started Cal Poly’s first 25 games this season, is averaging 11.5 points, 4.7 rebounds in 23 minutes per game. He scored 16 points in 26 minutes in Saturday’s win. Neveu, a junior, is averaging 5.2 points, 2.0 rebounds in 14.2 minutes per game this season. TSAI HONORED Cal Poly Pomona junior tennis player Jenny Tsai was named the CCAA women’s tennis player of the week for last week. Tsai went 2-0 at No. 1 singles and 1-1 at No. 1 doubles in matches against Cal State Bakersfield and Division I San Jose State. Tsai is 4-1 in dual matches at No. 1 singles this year for the Broncos (1-4 overall, 1-2 CCAA). A WIN THE EASY WAY The Cal Poly women’s basketball team picked up a win after San Francisco State had to forfeit its 74-69 victory over the Broncos at Kellogg Gym on Feb. 10. A San Francisco State (6-19, 6-14) player did not serve a mandatory suspension for the game against Cal Poly (8-17, 7-13). Krystle Mays was ejected from the Gators’ Feb. 6 game against CSU Monterey Bay but played against the Broncos, scoring 11 points with six rebounds. It has not been confirmed whether Mays was the player in question. FINAL COUNTDOWN There were no changes at the top of this week’s NCAA Division II men’s basketball poll, the last of the regular season before the postseason starts next week. Humboldt State is still No. 1, followed by Cal State San Bernardino and Cal Poly Pomona. Kamansky said if Humboldt wins its final two games this weekend, he thinks the Lumberjacks will host the West Regional. “I think they (NCAA) would give them the chance, because they meet the minimums,” Kamansky said. “But there are things that could be a concern, like the quality of hotels.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!