Cal-UCLA Game Notes

With 15 points vs. UCLA, Ryan Anderson has moved into 17th place on Cal's career scoring list with 1,199 total points. On Thursday, he passed both Ayinde Ubaka (1,194) and Gene Ransom (1,185). Anderso
By Cal Athletics on Thu, March 13, 2008

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March 13, 2008

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With 15 points vs. UCLA, Ryan Anderson has moved into 17th place on Cal's career scoring list with 1,199 total points. On Thursday, he passed both Ayinde Ubaka (1,194) and Gene Ransom (1,185).

Anderson also moved into second place on Cal's single-season scoring list, now with 660 points. Only Lamond Murray's 729 points in 1994 is ahead of him.

In addition, Anderson grabbed 7 boards to take over the sixth spot on the season rebound chart, now with 311 rebounds.

Anderson has moved into a tied for third place on Cal's season three-point list with 61 after hitting one today.

This marks the first time since 1998 that Cal has not defeated UCLA at least once during the season. The Bears won at least one game against the Bruins every year from 1999-2007, which included last year's 76-69 win in the Pac-10 Tournament quarterfinals.

Cal had its highest turnover total (18) since having 21 at Kansas State

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