#1 Stanford (25-4) vs. #4 UCLA (18-11)
Stanford out-rebounded UCLA 49-21 marking the largest rebounding differential (28) in tournament history.
The Bruins' 21 rebounds set a tournament record for fewest in a game as did their 14 defensive rebounds. UCLA's seven offensive boards tie a tournament record low (UCLA vs. Cal, March 1, 2002). Stanford's 33 defensive rebounds is also a tournament record.
The game featured five ties and four lead changes, which all occurred in the final 4:50.
Stanford took its largest lead at 15 (52-37) at the 10:02 mark of the second half. UCLA outscored the Cardinal 17-2 to tie the game at 54 with 4:50 remaining.
Today's win earned Stanford its second consecutive 25-win season and its 12th in school history.
Powell's double-double of 18 points and 15 rebounds was the 29th of her career and ninth this season. Powell's 14 defensive rebounds set a tournament record.
Azella Perryman's double-double of 16 points and 13 rebounds was her fifth this season.
Lisa Willis' career-high five three-pointers sets a tournament record for single-game treys.
Stanford improved its record in games decided by five points or less to 6-1 this season.
Stanford had four players who scored in double figures, the seventh time that has happened this season. Stanford has won all seven games.
Stanford improved its record when leading at the half to 22-0.
Michelle Greco moved into second place on the Pac-10 career steals list with 288.
Nikki Blue has recorded 15 steals in two games at the Pac-10 Tournament. Blue followed up her record-setting eight steals in the win over Oregon, Saturday with seven thefts against Stanford. Blue has recorded 33 steals in her last eight games.
The teams combined for one block, a tournament low.