Jan. 21, 2011
LOS ANGELES - With six minutes left, Cal trailed UCLA by 14. The Bears then outscored the Bruins, 28-18 to finish the game.
Allen Crabbe scored 13 of his 17 points in the final three minutes. Crabbe finished as the Bears' leading rebounder with seven.
Kamp recorded his second-straight 20-point outing and his fourth of the season.
Solomon garnered double digits in scoring for the second straight game after notching a career-high 14 against Washington last Sunday. Solomon also tallied three steals, which was a new season high.
The Bears were sharp at the free throw line, ending the night 25-for-34. Kamp was a perfect 9-for-9, while Crabbe went 6-for-7 and Solomon 4-for-6.
Cal's shooting percentage of 58.0 (29-50) was a season best. The Bears also earned 18 points off of turnovers to UCLA's eight, but allowed 14 Bruin second-chance points to four for Cal.
Crabbe's three-pointer with 10 seconds left was the first trey of the night for Cal, and it would have been its second game this season without a single three-pointer.