1/15/20 LOS ANGELES, CA – The UCLA Bruins' Jaime Joquez Jr. 15 points and Jalen Hill 14 points, 12 rebounds weren't enough as the UCLA men's basketball team lost to Stanford, 74-59 at Pauley Pavilion.
Stanford's Tyrell Terry led his team in scoring with a career-high 24 points, followed by Spencer Jones 14 points making their record in the Pac-12 (5-0), and UCLA falling to (1-4).
UCLA sophomore guard David Singleton was put into the starting line up, and he made the best of his opportunity, made 3 of 6 shots from the three-point arc, scored 11 points.
Stanford at the beginning of the first half led 9-1 before UCLA battled back, using a 9-0 run to tie the game 18-18. Jaquez Jr. was a major factor in the Bruins' offense during the first half, as he scored nine of UCLA's first 13 points.
UCLA's defense had clamped downed on Stanford's offense, which allowed the Bruins to go on an 11-4 run to lead 29-22 lead with 4:55 left before halftime. Stanford responded with an 11-3 run of their own, led at halftime 33-31.
In the second half, Stanford's Lukas Kisunas dunk to push the Cardinal's lead up to double digits 49-39, with 12:06 remaining in the game. UCLA couldn't control Tyrell scoring eleven straight points for the Cardinal.
Stanford continued to keep their feet on the gas, up by fourteen-points 60-46 after a made basket by Byrce Wills with 6:20 left in the game. Stanford had it's largest lead nineteen-points 71-52 after Terry made another basket cruising to an easy win.
Stanford shot 51.1 percent from the field (24 of 47). UCLA converted 21 of their 53 shot attempts (39.6 percent). The Cardinal had 26 trips to the free-throw line making 18 shots, compare to the Bruins 16 times, making 12 shots. For more photos from this game, the gallery is below this post. All photos are by Jerry Kelly/T.G.Sportstv1.