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Week in sports: March 11–17, 2013

By Lexy Atmore, Neil Bedi, Aren Alexander, Tim Bradbury

March 17, 2013 7:07 pm

Freshman Karue Sell hits a backhand against Tulsa. Sell won both his doubles and singles matches. (Men's tennis: No. 3 UCLA 4, No. 21 Tulsa 3. March 14, 2013/Los Angeles Tennis Center)

(Aren Alexander/Daily Bruin)

Junior Clay Thompson hits a backhand. Thompson lost both his doubles and singles matches. (Men's tennis: No. 3 UCLA 4, No. 21 Tulsa 3. March 14, 2013/Los Angeles Tennis Center)

(Aren Alexander/Daily Bruin)

Sophomore Dennis Novikov combined with redshirt senior Alex Brigham for a doubles win but was unable to pull out a win in his singles match. (Men's tennis: No. 3 UCLA 4, No. 21 Tulsa 3. March 14, 2013/Los Angeles Tennis Center)

(Aren Alexander/Daily Bruin)

Redshirt senior guard Larry Drew II was an essential component of the Bruins' offense against the Sun Devils, scoring 20 points. (Men's basketball: UCLA 80, Arizona State 75. March 14, 2013/Las Vegas, NV)

(Tim Bradbury/Daily Bruin)

UCLA coach Ben Howland gets some air on the sideline as he tries to get the attention of a referee. (Men's basketball: UCLA 80, Arizona State 75. March 14, 2013/Las Vegas, NV)

(Tim Bradbury/Daily Bruin)

Freshman forward Shabazz Muhammad drives toward the hoop for a breakaway dunk. Muhammad scored 16 points against the Sun Devils. (Men's basketball: UCLA 80, Arizona State 75. March 14, 2013/Las Vegas, NV)

(Tim Bradbury/Daily Bruin)

Sophomore Chanelle Van Nguyen cruised to an easy singles victory in court 4. (Women's tennis: No. 5 UCLA 6, Colorado 1. March 16, 2013/Los Angeles Tennis Center)

(Neil Bedi/Daily Bruin)

Sophomore Robin Anderson pulled out a victory in court 1. (Women's tennis: No. 5 UCLA 6, Colorado 1. March 16, 2013/Los Angeles Tennis Center)

(Neil Bedi/Daily Bruin)

Freshman Kyle McPhillips won both her doubles and singles matches against Colorado. (Women's tennis: No. 5 UCLA 6, Colorado 1. March 16, 2013/Los Angeles Tennis Center)

(Neil Bedi/Daily Bruin)

Junior Courtney Dolehide won both her doubles and singles matches against Colorado. (Women's tennis: No. 5 UCLA 6, Colorado 1. March 16, 2013/Los Angeles Tennis Center)

(Neil Bedi/Daily Bruin)

Freshman Catherine Harrison paired with freshman Kyle McPhillips for a doubles victory and breezed to singles victory at court 5. (Women's tennis: No. 5 UCLA 6, Colorado 1. March 16, 2013/Los Angeles Tennis Center)

(Neil Bedi/Daily Bruin)

Redshirt junior forward Travis Wear slams it down during the first half of the Pac-12 semifinals. Wear ended the night with 11 points and five rebounds. (Men's basketball: UCLA 66, Arizona 64. March 15, 2013/Las Vegas, NV)

(Tim Bradbury/Daily Bruin)

Freshman guard Kyle Anderson celebrates the Bruins' 66-64 victory over the Arizona Wildcats as the buzzer sounds. The Bruins advanced to the final round of the Pac-12 tournament. (Men's basketball: UCLA 66, Arizona 64. March 15, 2013/Las Vegas, NV)

(Tim Bradbury/Daily Bruin)

Freshman forward Shabazz Muhammad falls into Oregon freshman guard Damyean Dotson during the first half. (Men's basketball: Oregon 78, UCLA 69. March 16, 2013/Las Vegas, NV)

(Tim Bradbury/Daily Bruin)

Freshman forward Shabazz Muhammad knocks down Oregon senior forward Carlos Emory as he drives to the hoop. (Men's basketball: Oregon 78, UCLA 69. March 16, 2013/Las Vegas, NV)

(Tim Bradbury/Daily Bruin)

Oregon senior forwards E.J. Singler and Arsalan Kazemi celebrate their 78-69 victory over the Bruins in the Pac-12 Tournament Championship game. (Men's basketball: Oregon 78, UCLA 69. March 16, 2013/Las Vegas, NV)

(Tim Bradbury/Daily Bruin)

The Ducks hoist the Pac-12 tournament trophy high after defeating the Bruins Saturday night. (Men's basketball: Oregon 78, UCLA 69. March 16, 2013/Las Vegas, NV)

(Tim Bradbury/Daily Bruin)

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