The Bruins and Trojans enter their second match of the season unsure if their leading players will see the court.
No. 12 UCLA women’s basketball (13-2, 2-1 Pac-12) is set to face USC (11-3, 1-2) at Pauley Pavilion on Sunday with a chance to extend its win streak against the Trojans to eight games, the most prominent win streak of either team in history.
This post was updated Jan. 1 at 4:00 p.m.
After missing their senior leader, the Bruins were handed their second loss of the season.
No. 10 UCLA (13-2, 2-1 Pac-12) was defeated by Oregon State (9-5, 1-2) by a score of 77-72 in the absence of senior guard Charisma Osborne, who sat out Monday due to a left shoulder injury that occurred during the Bruins’ Friday victory over Oregon.
Freshman guard Kiki Rice stole the show, leading the Bruins to victory and demonstrating the Bruins’ elite freshman talent in a battle between the top two recruiting classes in the nation.
The quick hands and court vision of Westwood’s rookies led the Bruins to a runaway victory.
No. 13 UCLA women’s basketball (7-1) overcame Cal State Fullerton (4-3) by a score of 64-41 on Saturday evening, paced by the defensive specialists in freshmen guards Kiki Rice and Londynn Jones and forward Lina Sontag.
The Bruins met a formidable opponent. And when showcasing their potential, they responded with a nine-point loss against the reigning champions.
No. 15 UCLA women’s basketball (7-1) ended its best season start since 2019, with a loss against No.
Last year, the Bruins averaged 9.67 points off the bench per game through their first three contests.
Through three matchups to open this year, they have bested that stat line by more than 15 points and averaged just over 26 bench points per game.
For the second year in a row, the Bruins have begun their season 2-0.
On Thursday morning, UCLA women’s basketball (2-0) defeated UC Riverside (0-2) in its second game of the week at Pauley Pavilion.
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