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Gallery: After defeating USC, women’s basketball ends Pac-12 chances at hands of Stanford

By Lauren Man

March 8, 2020 4:06 pm

USC forward Kayla Overbeck and UCLA junior forward Lauryn Miller battle for the tip-off.

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Junior forward Michaela Onyenwere shoots one of her 27 field goal attempts on the night – 11 of which she made.

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All-Star Stunt Dogs perform during the half-time break, with the Bruins leading the Trojans 37-36.

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Redshirt junior guard Natalie Chou leaps past USC forward Alissa Pili to score. Chou went a perfect 5-of-5 from the field in 16 minutes of play.

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Redshirt sophomore guard Lindsey Corsaro attempts a shot. Coach Cori Close said Corsaro’s poise was the most consistent of any player during the game.

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Freshman guard Charisma Osborne jumps past Trojan guard Alyson Miura.

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The UCLA student section cheers as the Bruins extend their second-half lead over the Trojans.

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Miller charges past Overbeck and Pili to pass the ball to her teammate.

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The players battle for a rebound late in the game.

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The Bruins dance on the court, celebrating their victory over the Trojans. UCLA overcame a 15-point deficit to win 73-66.

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Redshirt senior guard Japreece Dean high-fives her teammates during player introductions before the matchup against Stanford.

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UCLA players check in with Onyenwere after her right shoe fell off during a scramble for a loose ball.

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Osborne attempts to pass the ball but is blocked by Stanford forward Nadia Fingall and guard Kiana Williams.

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Stanford women’s basketball director Tara Vanderveer and Stanford coach Kate Paye watch as the Cardinal extend their lead over the Bruins.

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Dean eyes the net before attempting a shot, as Stanford guard Anna Wilson runs up to defend her. Dean scored 14 points on the night.

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The Bruins huddle together after a Cardinal basket in the first half.

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Onyenwere scores, closing UCLA’s deficit. She, along with Dean and Osborne, were the only players to score double digits against Stanford during this game.

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Close confers with redshirt sophomore guard Kayla Owens, who played five minutes off the bench for UCLA.

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Dean returns to the bench near the end of the fourth quarter, minutes before the Bruins were eliminated from the Pac-12 tournament with a 16-point loss to the Cardinal.

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Lauren Man | Assistant Photo editor
Man is the incoming Assistant Photo editor on the news beat and second-year marine biology student. She also contributes to News and has written for PRIME.
Man is the incoming Assistant Photo editor on the news beat and second-year marine biology student. She also contributes to News and has written for PRIME.
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