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Women's Basketball - Archives 2014-15

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UCLA Holds On to Post a 74-69 Win at Washington State
Women's Basketball 02/26/2015

Kari Korver (13 points) was one of three Bruins in double figures.

UCLA Concludes Regular Season at the Washington Schools
Women's Basketball 02/25/2015

The Bruins are at Washington State on Feb. 26 for a 7:00 p.m. tip-off against the Cougars.

Play Seniors Go Out in Style with 75-41 Win Over Arizona
Women's Basketball 02/22/2015

Eleven different Bruins scored today with freshman Kelli Hayes leading the way with 12 points.

UCLA Hosts Arizona on Senior Day
Women's Basketball 02/21/2015

The game will be televised live on the Pac-12 Networks and will air on AM 1150.

No. 12/13 Arizona State Rallies for 68-56 Victory
Women's Basketball 02/20/2015

Nirra Fields led the Bruins with 17 points, but UCLA dropped its 17th in a row to a ranked team.

UCLA Hosts No. 12/13 Arizona State in Pink Game on Friday Night
Women's Basketball 02/19/2015

UCLA has won eight of the last nine meetings against ASU, which won last year's meeting, 59-57.

Play Memorable Moments: Shaina Zaidi
Women's Basketball 02/19/2015

Former UCLA guard Shaina Zaidi recalls her 10-point outburst in two minutes at USC in 2005.

No. 19 Stanford Defeats UCLA, 68-50
Women's Basketball 02/15/2015

Jordin Canada was the only Bruin to reach double figures with 10 points.

UCLA in Bay Area to Face No. 19 Stanford on Sunday
Women's Basketball 02/14/2015

Kari Korver and Jordin Canada had a combined 22 points and eight assists last time vs. Stanford.

Play California Edges UCLA for 70-64 Win
Women's Basketball 02/12/2015

Nirra Fields led UCLA with 14 points and seven rebounds.

UCLA Heads to Bay Area to Face California on Thursday Night
Women's Basketball 02/11/2015

The Bruins dominate the series 47-20, but California has swept UCLA in each of the last two years.

Play UCLA Earns Sweep of Utah with 58-45 Victory
Women's Basketball 02/08/2015

Nirra Fields and Jordin Canada tied for game-high honors with 16 points apiece.