Game Six Post-Game Notes: UCLA vs. Oregon State
March 12, 2010
· UCLA’s all-time record in Tournament games is 10-7. Oregon State’s all-time record is now 5-9.
· UCLA advances to the Tournament semifinal round for the third year in a row and 6th overall. It will face rival USC.
· For the 2nd year in a row, the semifinals will feature the Conference’s four California schools. Last year however, UCLA matched up with Stanford, while California met USC.
· UCLA won the previous two games this season, winning 70-44 at home and 74-53 in Corvallis.
· OSU’s Julie Futch sank her first three 3-point field goal attempts to account for all of her team’s points as UCLA took a 27-9 lead. Seven different Bruins scored those 27 points, led by Jasmine Dixon’s eight. One day after overcoming an 18 point deficit to beat Washington (a Tournament record for largest deficit overcome), the Beavers were unable to narrow the Bruins advantage as UCLA led at the half, 37-18. Dixon ended the half with 10 points, while teammate Darxia Morris added 7 assists.
· In the 1st half, OSU committed 19 turnovers leading to 23 UCLA points. UCLA had 13 assists leading to 16 field goals.
· After the Bruins took a 24 point lead at 14:17 (44-20), OSU went on a 12-2 run, with Haiden Palmer scoring 10 in the run. OSU trailed 46-32 at 9:15.
· Dixon scored in double figures for the 19th time this season.
· Morris’ 8 assists were the 2nd most (tie) by a Bruin this season.
· UCLA’s 21 steals were a Tournament record (20 by UCLA vs Cal, 3/4/06). UCLA now holds the top 6 spots on that steals list. The teams’ total of 29 steals were 2nd most in a Tournament game.
· OSU’s 33 turnovers were the most by a team in a Tournament game (29 by USC vs. UCLA on 3/8/08). The teams combined for 56 turnovers, which also broke the previous Tournament record (55, Washington  and OSU  on 3/4/05).