Loyola Marymount (12-15, 4-7) at Pepperdine (6-21, 2-9), 8 p.m., ESPNU -- The Lions have won four of their last six games but are coming off a loss to San Francisco. They are one game out of fourth place in the WCC. The top four teams get a first-round bye in the conference tournament. The Waves have lost five consecutive games but defeated Loyola, 57-55, on Jan. 20.



Hawaii (14-12) at Long Beach State (18-6), 7 p.m. -- The 49ers are on a five-game winning streak. They are one Big West Conference win from clinching their first regular-season title since 1996 but don’t play another conference game until Feb. 24. Hawaii has lost two consecutive games and three of its last four.

Eastern Washington (12-14) at UC Santa Barbara (15-8), 7 p.m. -- The Gauchos have lost consecutive games for only the third time this season but have yet to lose three in a row. Guard Cecil Brown has averaged 18 points over the last three games for the Gauchos. Rodney Stuckey, who is sixth in the nation in scoring at 24.7 points a game, leads Eastern Washington.

UC Irvine (12-15) at San Francisco (11-15), 1 p.m. -- The Anteaters are coming off a 66-61 victory over UC Riverside, giving 10th-year Coach Pat Douglass his 150th win at Irvine. The Anteaters are giving up only 67 points a game, but they are 4-11 in road games.

Cleveland State (8-19) at Cal State Northridge (12-13), 7 p.m. -- The Matadors have won two of three games, with senior center Thomas Shewmake averaging 24.5 points the last two games. This is the first meeting between the Matadors and Cleveland State, which is 1-10 on the road.

Cal State Fullerton (18-6) at Wright State (20-8), 5 p.m. -- The Titans are fourth in the nation in scoring at 84 points a game but are coming off a loss to Long Beach State that dropped them two games back in the Big West race. Wright State, which is in Dayton, Ohio, has won eight consecutive games and is leading the Horizon League.

UC Riverside (5-20) at Idaho (3-22), 7 p.m. -- The Highlanders have lost three consecutive games. Larry Cunningham leads the team in scoring with 12.8 points a game, and Riverside is averaging only 63.3 points a game. Idaho has lost eight consecutive games and is 2-9 at home.





Arizona (10-18, 4-12) at USC (15-10, 9-6), FSN, 1 p.m. -- If USC needs at least 18 victories to attract an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament, as Coach Mark Trakh has suggested, this is probably a must-win game for the Trojans. Arizona has won three of its last five games but was a 77-68 loser against USC last month at Tucson.