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Their eyes on the Tournament, Colorado dominates UCLA, 67-54

Los Angeles - Effective defense, good rebounding and dominating post play paced Colorado to a 67-54 win over UCLA Friday. It was the 17th victory...

Only a few should challenge Stanford for Pac-12 title this year

With Stanford excepting to be heads and shoulders above the rest of the Pac-12, two early - and surprising - losses give hope to...

Teams bringing a lot more than game into the NCAA Tournament

As the first round of the NCAA Tournament begins tomorrow, teams are bringing much more than usual into competition. The cancelation of last year’s tourney...

Stay or go? Onyenwere still undecided

UCLA senior forward Michaela Onyenwere, a projected first-round WNBA draft pick, said Wednesday she hadn't yet decided whether or not she would return for...

UCLA focused on toughness and execution, not numbers

One month ago, then-No. 1 Stanford came to Pauley Pavilion and beat then-No. 10 UCLA by a dozen points. Afterward, Bruin coach Cori Close...

Chou’s career high paces UCLA past Utah, 92-67

Los Angeles - Behind a career-high 28 points from Natalie Chou, No. 9 UCLA posted a decisive 92-67 win over Utah Sunday. Chou was 11-14,...

Player’s Court: Michaela Onyenwere, UCLA

Senior forward Michaela Onyenwere arrived in Westwood after winning a Colorado state basketball title, and being named a McDonald's All-American, Ms. Colorado Basketball and...

Through adversity, UCLA players have found their voices

The UCLA Bruins hadn’t yet recovered from losing the chance to compete in the NCAA Tournament. Instead of hosting as a third seed last March,...

Despite the challenges, Bruins are grateful to begin the season

As they prepare for their first official practice tomorrow, UCLA basketball is in unchartered waters. About two thirds of the team has been doing skill...

Billings taking mindful approach into new role with Dream

WNBA athletes are dubbed veterans in their third season, as pro basketball is a “dog years” profession. Atlanta Dream forward Monique Billings has a special...