Post-Game Notes: UCLA
Feb. 15, 2013
#6 California (79) at #15/16 UCLA (51) - Post Game Notes
California posts its 10th consecutive victory, the longest winning streak of the season for the Bears and the current longest winning streak in the Pac-12.
With their 10-game winning streak in conference play, the Bears are one shy of the program-best 11-game winning streak set in the 2008-09 season. The program-record for overall winning streak is 12 consecutive (also set in 2008-09).
California remains atop the Pac-12 standings at 12-1 in the conference.
California moves to (6-0) in road Pac-12 games this season.
UCLA leads the all-time series 46-16, but California has won the last two meetings between the two teams.
The Bears sweep the season series with UCLA for the first time since the 2007-08 season.
California's first win at UCLA since a 73-70 overtime victory on January 6, 2008.
California shot a season best .769 percent from the free throw line (10-of-13)
California has now led at the half in 21 of 24 games this season with its (39-21) lead over UCLA, and the Bears are (20-1) in those games - the lone loss coming to Stanford at Haas. The Bears did not lead against Duke (trailed, lost) or Colorado (1st Meeting - tied, won; 2nd Meeting - trailed, won).
The 18-point California lead was it's second-best of the season in conference play, falling just one point shy of the 19-point lead at Oregon in Cal's last road trip. Alternately, the 18-point deficit was the worst halftime deficit of the season for UCLA.
Leading 20-16, California closed the first half on a 19-5 run over seven minutes.
Every Golden Bear that saw action scored for California.
Three players (Brandon, Boyd, Clarendon) tied for the team lead with 14 points, and four Bears overall (Brandon, Boyd, Clarendon, Gray) had double figures scoring.
INDIVIDUAL PLAYER NOTES
Had a career high (10) steals, matching her number set at Arizona State last season.
Posted her fifth career double-double and third of the season with (14) points and (10) steals. She also pulled down (6) rebounds and dished (5) assists.
Scored (14) points to go with (8) rebounds on 7-of-9 shooting.
Scored (7) points to move to No. 21 on the California all-time scoring list with (1,033) career points, passing Natasha Vital (1,029 points, 2007-10).
Scored (12) points, her third double figures game of the Pac-12 season.
Had a season-high (7) assists in the game.