Feb. 10, 2007
Eighth-ranked UCLA evened its conference record and won its fourth straight league match by sweeping visiting Stanford on Saturday night.
The Bruins won 30-25, 30-28, 34-32 in 89 minutes before 636 in Pauley Pavilion. With the victory, the Bruins raised their record to 7-6 overall and 5-5 in league play. Stanford fell to 1-13, 1-8.
Four Bruins recorded double-digit kills, led by senior Paul George's 16 (.667). Senior Steve Klosterman added 14 kills (.400), followed by 13 from Garrett Muagututia and 12 from Jamie Diefenbach (.450).
Matt Ceran led the Cardinal with 18 kills (.355), followed by 10 from Even Romero (.233).
The Bruins hit the road next week, visiting Pacific on Feb. 16 and Stanford on Feb. 17.