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Six Wildcats scored in double figures Saturday and Villanova cruised to an 89-69 rout of UCLA in the second round of the NCAA Tournament at Philadelphia. The bigger, stronger Wildcats raced away from a 4-4 tie to lead 44-31 at the half.
Josh Shipp scored 16 points Thursday and UCLA survived a dramatic comeback to nip Virginia Commonwealth 65-64 in the NCAA Tournament's first round. The sixth-seeded Bruins held a nine-point lead with 4 minutes to play and wound up having to play tremendous defense to keep the 11th-seeded Rams from pulling
Josh Shipp had 28 points Saturday to lead 20th-ranked UCLA to a 94-68 win over Oregon that kept the Bruins in the Pac-10 regular-season race, if only briefly. UCLA (24-7, 13-5 Pac-10) needed unranked Washington State to upset No.
Josh Shipp scored 11 points during UCLA's 15-0 run to close the first half Thursday and the 17th-ranked Bruins coasted to a 79-54 victory over Oregon State. UCLA kept alive its hopes of sharing the Pacific-10 championship with Washington.
Darren Collison had 22 points and No.
Alfred Aboya made two free throws with 13 seconds to play Thursday that wrapped up No.
Taylor Rochestie scored 14 of his 33 points in the final four minutes Saturday when Washington State upset 15th-ranked UCLA, 82-81. The upset was the Cougars' second ever victory in 52 games at UCLA.
Josh Shipp scored 20 points Thursday and No. 15 UCLA used a late 6-0 run to pull away for a crucial 85-76 victory over 19th-ranked Washington. The Bruins owned only a two-point lead when they ran off the six consecutive points.
Nic Wise scored 26 points and Jordan Hill had 22 points and 13 rebounds Saturday when Arizona posted an 84-72 victory over No.
Derek Glasser's 3-point shot put Arizona State in front with 1:13 to play Thursday night and the No.
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