Freshman guard Jules Bernard swooped up four field goals in Friday's game.
Sophomore guard Kris Wilkes topped the leaderboard for UCLA, earning 17 points for the Bruins.
During the first half of the game, sophomore guard Jaylen Hands was knocked down and needed a minute to recover.
Hands had a 50 percent success rate for field goals throughout the night.
Wilkes tied for most assists for the Bruins with three.
During a timeout, a referee spoke with courtside fans about the changes to calls for the safety of the players.
Wilkes followed a close second to overall leader of the night for the Bruins falling short to freshman center Moses Brown.
The UCLA student section celebrates Hands beating the buzzer and getting a 3-pointer at the end of the first half.
Bernard questions the referee's call on a foul.
Guard Ron Freeman shoots over freshman guard David Singleton.
Brown denies 49er center Temidayo Yussuf.
Wilkes and Singleton wrestle with Deishuan Booker for possession.
Wilkes watches his shot go in as Brown and redshirt freshman center Jalen Hill prepare for a possible rebound.
Wilkes hangs from the net after a dunk.
Brown and forward Mason Riggins wrestle for the rebound.
Smith fakes a shot as Freeman prepared to block it.
Bernard celebrates after scoring a field goal.