Roundup: UCLA men's basketball is getting defensive

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UCLA men’s basketball continued its strong defensive play in the win over Oregon State, notes Clay Fowler. The Bruins have been much better over their last four games on that side of the floor, most notably holding Oregon to just three made field goals over the last 12 minutes of the game on Thursday.


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Oregon men’s basketball is a No. 2 seed in the current NCAA Tournament top 16 seeds released Saturday, and that was before the Ducks went on to win at USC that night (The Oregonian/OregonLive on both).


USC men’s basketball was sloppy down the stretch in its loss to Oregon, writes Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times.

Washington State

Here’s the Washington State-Colorado men’s basketball game recap from The Spokesman-Review, as the Cougs got blown out 81-49 by the Buffs. Washington State turned the ball over 24 times in the game.


In women’s hoops action, Kelsey Plum scored 29 points to lead Washington to a 70-57 win over Arizona State Sunday in Seattle (Pac-12 Networks highlights).

Oregon State

And here’s the Pac-12 Networks recap of Oregon State women’s basketball beating UCLA 68-61 to salvage a weekend split. Didn’t help the Bruins’ cause that Jordin Canada got injured in the second quarter and couldn’t return.


An 18-0 run propelled Stanford women’s basketball to an 87-51 thumping of Utah on Sunday. Alanna Smith scored 16 points to help get the Card to 12-2 in conference play, staying in a three-way tie for first alongside Oregon State and Washington.

Arizona State

Where will Arizona State kicker Zane Gonzalez go in the NFL Draft? That’s the question posed by Jeremy Cluff of The Arizona Republic. According to a Pro Football Focus draft analyst, Gonzalez could be selected in the first three rounds.


Arizona softball is off to a 5-0 start after run-ruling Tulsa 10-2, capping a perfect weekend at the Hillebrand Invitational (Arizona Daily Star).

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