NCAAB Game Recap - Stanford at UCLA
Wed Jan 15, 2020 10:00 PM EST

IaSt
55
Baylor
68
F
Aub
64
Alab
83
F
Seton
78
Butl
70
F
UVA
50
FlaSt
54
F
KY
78
SCar
81
F
WichSt
53
Temp
65
F
Crei
80
GTown
83
F
Colg
67
Lafy
71
F
StFPA
100
FaDi
85
F
CenCT
55
SacHr
66
F
BC
50
Syr
76
F
Samf
63
ETSU
88
F
Tuls
65
ECU
49
F
Mia-FL
63
NCSU
80
F
GMas
67
GrgWas
73
F
Ford
56
Duques
58
F(OT)
Bry
67
(N/A)
71
F
Vermt
72
Bingha
53
F
Woff
59
Chat
72
F
LongI
69
StFNY
66
F
UMass
61
StBon
74
F
Ind
50
Rut
59
F
Albany
76
UNH
73
F(OT)
VMI
62
Mercer
73
F
UMassL
98
Maine
104
F(OT)
Navy
88
Leh
83
F
Evans
42
IndSt
65
F
Stony
65
Hartfo
68
F
Tenn
63
UGA
80
F
WCU
79
Furm
83
F
StPet
51
Fairf
61
F
UNCG
79
Citad
69
F
Buck
60
Amer
61
F
InWor
56
McNee
72
F
URI
71
StJos
61
F
Tex
76
OkSt
64
F
Xav
65
Marq
85
F
N DA
66
SDSt
87
F
SDak
70
NDSt
72
F
SFA
77
CenAR
76
F
Brad
91
MOSt
78
F
TXAMC
56
SeLA
62
F
Valpa
78
NrthIA
88
F
NWSt
73
Nich
72
F
SamH
80
Lamar
75
F(OT)
NOrl
106
HBU
98
F
ND
78
GaTec
74
F
Vand
55
Ark
75
F
StJon
58
Prov
63
F
SMU
62
Hou
71
F
TexSA
77
UTEP
80
F(OT)
NM
72
ColSt
105
F
Bois
78
AF
85
F
PSU
69
Minn
75
F
UCIrv
74
CS-Ful
61
F
Stan
74
UCLA
59
F
SJSU
87
UNLV
98
F
Army
HolyC
PPD

Stanford 74, UCLA 59

Jan 15, 2020, 10:00 PM EST

Final

1

2

T

Stanford (15-2)

33

41

74

UCLA (8-9)

31

28

59

Stanford beats UCLA 74-59 for 1st win at Pauley in 15 years
Thu Jan 16, 2020 1:20 AM

LOS ANGELES (AP) Playing in Pauley Pavilion for the first time, Tyrell Terry thought of Russell Westbrook and Lonzo Ball.

Then the Stanford freshman went out and made his own memories with a career-high 24 points, helping Pac-12-leading Stanford to a 74-59 victory over UCLA on Wednesday night for the Cardinal's first win on the Bruins' floor since 2004-05.

"This is a very tough place to play," Terry said, citing former UCLA stars Westbrook and Ball. "We just kept fighting. We really came out in the second half and just fought."

Stanford (15-2, 4-0 Pac-12) has won three in a row and eight of nine. The Cardinal is the only undefeated team in league play and is off to a 4-0 start for the first time since 2003-04.

"The guys have really grown up," Cardinal coach Jerod Haase said. "I've been here 3 1/2 years saying the same message."

Fellow freshman Spencer Jones added 14 points for Stanford, which was playing its first Pac-12 road game of the season. Oscar da Silva was held to six points with four fouls. He came in averaging a team-high 16.5.

Jaime Jaquez Jr. scored 15 points and Jalen Hill added 14 with 12 rebounds for the Bruins (8-9, 1-3), who are mired in their second three-game skid of the season. They had won 13 straight home games against the Cardinal dating to 2005-06.

"These losses are getting tiring," Jaquez Jr. said. "That's been the trend for the last three games, coming out strong and then in the second half not being there mentally."

UCLA closed within one early in the second half on a layup by Jaquez. But the Bruins got no closer.

"It's tough right now," Hill said. "We just got to dig down deep inside and find something."

Stanford launched a 12-2 run, including seven in a row, to go up 50-39. Hill's offensive foul gave the ball back to the Cardinal and UCLA coach Mick Cronin was left shaking his head and smiling.

Cronin was about 20 minutes late to his post-game news conference, saying, "I was highly upset in the locker room."

He proceeded to rip his team to reporters without ever raising his voice.

"As the game goes on our softness shows up. Our selfishness at times is evident on the offensive end," Cronin said. "We have guys that just refuse to listen and follow orders, so they don't get to play. I had to keep playing certain guys that I don't think deserve to play."

In an effort to inspire his players, Cronin was called for a technical late in the game that led to two free throws by Terry. The Cardinal freshman scored 13 straight points, including a 3-pointer that beat the shot clock and extended Stanford's lead to 71-52.

"It's not like I want to get a technical foul, but the problem with me is I'm a fighter, I'm a competitor," Cronin said. "Try to show your guys you got to compete."

The Cardinal raced to an 18-9 lead to open the game, making 7 of 10 field goals while the Bruins missed seven of their first 10.

But UCLA turned things around quickly, putting together runs of 9-0 and 11-0 to take its first lead, 29-22. The Bruins made six consecutive field goals during one stretch of the 20-4 spurt in which seven different players scored. David Singleton had five points and finshed with 11 in his first start of the season.

Stanford regrouped and outscored UCLA 11-2 to end the half leading 33-31.

BIG PICTURE

Stanford: The Cardinal is getting strong production from its youngsters as it enjoys its best start in 16 years. The team was picked to finish 10th in the league. "They're clearly a better basketball team than we are," Cronin told reporters, "which should prove to you guys that recruiting and rankings are about as important as what's in your garbage can."

UCLA: The Bruins also lost three straight games to conclude non-conference play in December, and now they're in the same downward spiral a scant two weeks later. They've lost two straight games giving up 74 points.

GOING BACKWARD

UCLA's Chris Smith took a major step backward after three solid games. He had six points, six rebounds and four turnovers in nearly 25 minutes. The junior guard was coming off double-doubles in two of his previous three games, including 16 points and 10 rebounds in a loss to USC. Cronin said he was disappointed in Smith's effort rather than his numbers against the Cardinal.

UP NEXT

Stanford: Visits Southern California on Saturday in the midst of a three-game road trip.

UCLA: Hosts California on Sunday to close their only three-game homestand of league play.

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Leaders

Stanford PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
K. Fitzmorris 0 0 0 0 0 0
S. Beskind 0 0 0 0 0 0
UCLA PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
J. Bernard 0 0 0 0 0 0
P. Ali 0 0 1 0 0 0

Team Comparison

Stan UCLA
Points For 74 59
Field Goals 24/47-51% 21/53-40%
Three Pointers 8/17-47% 5/16-31%
Free Throws 18/26-69% 12/16-75%
Offensive Rebounds 7 11
Defensive Rebounds 24 23
Rebounds 33 36
Blocks 5 6
Steals 2 5
Turnovers 12 16
Personal Fouls 19 19
Technical Fouls 0 0
Ejections 0 0

2019-2020 Regular Season - Stan Leads Series 1-0

Date Result Away Pts Ldr Home Pts Ldr
Wed Jan 15 Stan 74 @ UCLA 59 J. Keefe 2 S. O'Neal 1

Game Information

Stadium: Pauley Pavilion, Los Angeles, California
Attendance: 5,148
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