This post was updated Feb. 19 at 9:28 p.m.
A relatively uneventful first half preceded a 49-8 second-half run that helped the Utes embarrass the Bruins by 46 points Jan.
When the top-11 matchup tipped off shortly after 7 p.m., a record-setting crowd was packed inside Gill Coliseum.
Donning bright orange Beaver-branded construction vests and hard hats, the largest student section in Oregon State women’s basketball history watched a second quarter that featured two intentional fouls and a technical foul.
This post was updated Feb. 9 at 11:34 p.m.
Lauren Betts returned to the floor Friday night after a four-game absence for undisclosed medical reasons.
Despite the return of the sophomore center and country’s most efficient scorer, two other sophomore stars led the Bruins to victory.
This post was updated Feb. 8 at 8:57 p.m.
The Bruins and Cardinal faced off inside Pauley Pavilion just over a month ago.
UCLA scored 53 points in its first conference home loss in front of fans since January 2020.
This post was updated on Feb. 4 at 11:11 p.m.
Feb. 4 immediately became a date to circle on calendars when sophomore center Lauren Betts announced her transfer from Stanford to UCLA last April.
This post was updated Feb. 1 at 11:11 p.m.
Much of the discourse surrounding UCLA – including some from coach Mick Cronin himself – has centered around its youth and inexperience over the first three months of the season.
This post was updated Jan. 26 at 10:20 p.m.
Teams typically arrive to Pauley Pavilion more than an hour before tip-off on game days.
But on Friday night, it seemed as though both offenses showed up more than an hour after the opening jump.
This post was updated Jan. 23 at 10:54 p.m.
For the second consecutive season, a last-second basket helped sink the Bruins in Salt Lake City.
Last year, Utah forward Alissa Pili scored the game-winning layup with less than a second remaining to take down UCLA.
It’s been more than 70 days since the Bruins opened their regular season.
This week, the team experienced its first practices following a loss.
No. 5 UCLA women’s basketball (14-1, 3-1 Pac-12) will have its first opportunity to bounce back from defeat when it travels to face No.
When the buzzer sounded inside Pauley Pavilion on Saturday night, coach Mick Cronin was already set to draw heavy criticism.
His team had just completed its first 0-2 homestand against Stanford and California since the 2004-2005 season.
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