With three players out and another ailing, five of the UCLA Bruins who logged major minutes Monday night scored in double figures.
The tallest NCAA player came up big on Thursday night, when 7-foot-6 freshman Mamadou Ndiaye scored 18 points, added nine blocks and eight rebounds to lead UC Irvine to an 86-72 win over host Washington.
Omar Oraby scored 17 points and Southern California defeated Cal State Northridge 95-79 Tuesday night in a matchup of new coaches Andy Enfield and former UNLV and NBA star Reggie Theus.
Jordan Adams scored 22 points and Tony Parker added 21 as No. 24 UCLA beat Oakland 91-60 on Tuesday night.
Ross Rivera scored 21 points and Sama Taku added 20 with 11 free throws as Pacific outlasted UC Irvine 84-79 Tuesday night.
Alan Williams led all scorers with 21 points to lead UCSB to an 86-65 victory over UNLV Tuesday night.
The much-hyped and top-ranked Wildcats were humbled 78-74 by No. 2 Michigan State in the Champions Classic on Tuesday night.
Aaron Gordon had 14 points and 10 rebounds, Brandon Ashley added 16 points and No. 6 Arizona rolled over Long Beach State 91-57 on Monday night.
Preston Medlin scored 17 points on 6-of-13 shooting to lead three Aggie starters in double figures as Utah State topped the University of Southern California 78-65 in its home opener Friday night.
A couple of 30-point victories while averaging 102.5 points in their two exhibition games. Things are sure looking different at UCLA.
Kyle Anderson scored 22 points, David Wear added 21 and No. 22 UCLA used a 17-6 run to start the second half to beat Cal State San Marcos 109-77 on Monday night in an exhibition game.
O.J. Mayo’s little brother is welcome to come over to the Bucks’ guard’s new digs whenever he likes, so long it doesn’t interfere with the younger Mayo’s responsibilities at Marquette.
UCLA forward Travis Wear has been diagnosed with appendicitis.
Forward Wanaah Bail has been granted full eligibility by the NCAA to play the upcoming basketball season for UCLA after the freshman’s waiver was approved.
Quarterback Brett Hundley hit the trifecta Thursday night with one touchdown throwing, receiving and rushing to lead No. 12 UCLA to a 34-27 victory over Utah that lifted the Bruins to 4-0 for the first time since 2005.