Women's Basketball


    USC Women's Basketball Loses to UCLA, 87-73

    Women of Troy lose before a record crowd at Pauley Pavillion.

    Feb. 21, 1998

    WESTWOOD, Calif. -Trojan center Adrain Williams scored 24 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in a 87-73 loss at UCLA in front of a regular season record crowd of 7,258 at Pauley Pavillion.

    Guard Kristin Clark gunned in 20 points as the Women of Troy fell to 10-13 overall and 5-9 in the Pac-10.

    Behind Williams and Clark, the Trojans got off to a hot start and jumped out to a seven-point lead, 26-19, with 9:15 to play in the first period.

    Depth became a factor and the Bruins built a 46-40 lead at halftime. Forward Maylana Martin was tops for the Bruins (16-7 11-3) with 24 points.

    Sophomores Kyoko Miller and Tiffany Washington scored 10 each for the Trojans.


    USC Coach Chris Gobrecht-

    "It was a poor effort for us defensively. We are dissapointed in that. I didn't want to get into a shootout with them. That was a big mistake. We've got a team that's beat up and short-handed. We're just trying to build on something and get better for next year."

    USC Center Adrain Williams-

    "I went at UCLA (on offense). That got me into the game. I could have played better on defense. I'm learning this year. We could use more experience."


    SC has enjoyed success against UCLA dominating the series with 28 wins and 20 losses.