Cal-UCLA Postgame Notes
Courtesy: Cal Athletics  
Release:  01/21/2011

Jan. 21, 2011

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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.

This was the first game of the season where Cal had five players reach double figures in scoring (Harper Kamp 21, Crabbe 17, Jorge Gutierrez 15, Richard Solomon 12, Markhuri Sanders-Frison 10).

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.