Freshman guard Chris Smith gets his only field goal of the game with a dunk.
Junior guard Aaron Holiday drove UCLA’s offense forward by completing 19 assists and scoring six field goals of his own.
Henry Winkler came out and supported the Bruins courtside.
Freshman Guard Kris Wilkes was one of three starters to make a 3-pointer.
Holiday scored 17 points, earning him the highest amount of points score by an individual for the evening.
Freshman guard Jaylen Hands steals the ball on defense. Throughout the game, he also retrieved six defensive rebounds.
Coach Steve Alford expressed his disappointment in the team's high number of fouls during the first half.
Holiday blocks the path of Oregon State guard Stephen Thompson Jr.
Senior forward Gyorgy Goloman defends against Oregon State’s forward, Alfred Hollins.
Oregon State forward Drew Eubanks blocks Holiday from making a field goal.
Senior center Thomas Welsh dominated on defence, retrieving eight defensive rebounds.
Redshirt sophomore Prince Ali had a point of controversy when his field goal needed to be reviewed by game officials.
Welsh confronts referee about the judgement on Ali's field goal in question.
Ali attempted eight free throws, meeting three for the evening.
Hands had the second-highest amount of free throws of the evening bringing in four of five of his total points.
Hands celebrates the night's win with a dunk after the buzzer sounds.