All 17,562 free tickets to Monday night's minor league hockey game at HP Pavilion between the San Francisco Bulls and the Stockton Thunder are now in the hands of fans or ticket brokers.

Sharks executive vice-president for business operations Malcolm Bordelon reported on Twitter that the final 3,400 seats were snapped up in less than five minutes after they were made available Wednesday to the general public.

The other tickets previously were distributed to Sharks and Bulls season-ticket holders.

The Bulls, a member of the East Coast Hockey League, are a Sharks' affiliate playing their inaugural season at the Cow Palace. The team has been carrying four San Jose prospects on its roster with Sharks forward Ryane Clowe also serving as an assistant coach.

Some of the free tickets immediately turned up for online sale at Craigslist and eBay. Initial prices were anywhere from $1 each to a set of four for $449, though one agency removed its high-priced eBay listings later in the day.

This is the second minor league game moved to San Jose during an NHL lockout. On Nov. 9, 2004, some 11,784 fans turned out for an AHL game between the Edmonton Road Runners and the Cleveland Barons, then San Jose's top development team. Some of those seats cost $5 with proceeds going to the Sharks Foundation.

Parking on arena lots for Monday night's game also is free.

Women's basketball

Lindsay Leo, playing for the first time in nearly two weeks after having her appendix taken out, had 15 points and 12 rebounds, leading Santa Clara to a 62-47 win at San Jose State.

It was the first double-double of the season for Leo, a product of Archbishop Mitty High.

"She gives us two threats down low and I thought she came out and really established herself early," SCU coach Jennifer Mountain said. "She had 12 points and nine rebounds in the first half. It was just good for her to get back in the flow of the game and get more contact than she's had in practice the last few days."

San Jose State was led by Ta'Rea Cunnigan's 20 points with six steals and two assists. Riana Byrd and Emily Schill both grabbed 11 rebounds each for the Spartans, who played the game with just seven players.

Ricki Radanovich also had a big game for the Broncos, scoring 21 points while knocking down five threes from beyond the arc. She also added five steals and two assists. Ashley Armstrong added 12 for the Broncos with seven rebounds.

Defensively, the Broncos (5-4) held San Jose State (3-6) to season-low 23.8 percent from the field (15 of 63) and forced 25 Spartan turnovers. SJSU shot 30.8 percent from beyond the arc (4 of 13) and 76.5 percent from the free throw line (13 of 17).

Miscellany

Stanford junior Carly Wopat was named first team and freshman Inky Ajanaku honorable mention on the American Volleyball Coaches Association's All-America teams.

  • Stanford's Maya DiRado was fifth in the 400 individual medley during the first day of the short-course world swimming championships in Istanbul.

    The United State's Chelsea Chenault (a Bay Area native), Megan Romano, Shannon Vreeland and Allison Schmitt won the 800-meter freestyle relay.

    Olympic star Ryan Lochte won two gold medals, including the men's 200 freestyle. Lochte, ex-Cal star Anthony Ervin, James Feigen and Matt Grevers won the 400 freestyle relay in 3:06.40. Italy was second in 3:07.07.

  • The Independent San Rafael Pacifics will hold an open tryout at College of Marin in Kentfield on Jan. 26.

    Manager Mike Marshall and pitching coach Tyler Pearson will conduct the tryout, and scouts from the Baltimore Orioles and Arizona Diamondbacks confirmed their attendance. Preregistration cost is $100 and day-of registration is $150. To register, contact the Pacifics at (415) 485-1563.

    Wire services contributed to this report.