UCLA Bruins Womens Basketball Tickets
Location: Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Games: Pauley Pavilion
League: NCAA Division I
All Time Greats: Ann Meyers, Maylana Martin, Natalie Williams, Kathy Olivier and Denise Curry
UCLA Bruins Women's Basketball TicketsSince its first season in 1974, UCLA Bruins Women's Basketball has amassed 834-525 record for a .614 winning percentage. They have 16 NCAA tournaments appearances, including their last one in 2019. They also achieved first place in their only Women's NIT appearance, in 2015. The 2018-19 UCLA Bruins Women's Basketball team 22-13 record earned them their 16th 20-win season and allowed them to finish the season being ranked 20th by The Associated Press and 14th by USA Today. Furthermore, the 2018-19 season also marked the last time a Bruin, Michaela Onyenwere, scored 30 points in a game (against Maryland). The 2019-20 UCLA women's basketball team follows in the footsteps of nine AP All-America honorees, including the 2018 UCLA Hall of Fame inductee Nikki Blue. You can see the UCLA Bruins Women's Basketball team carry on the excitement and the tradition at historic Pauley Pavilion. Grab your UCLS Bruins Women's Basketball tickets at StubHub.
Who is the UCLA Bruins women's basketball team's head coach?Cori Close, a native of Milpitas, Calif., has been the head coach of the UCLA women's' basketball team since 2011. Her record is 172-99 after 2018-19 for a .635 winning percentage. Only Billie Moore and Kathy Olivier have won more games. Her winning percentage is the highest among Bruins’ coaches who have served five years or longer. She has led the Bruins to four straight NCAA tournament Sweet 16 appearances, an achievement just eight NCAA Division I programs share. UCLA is Close's first head coaching assignment, though she worked on coaching staffs that have made the NCAA tournament 16 times. She began her coaching career as an assistant to UCLA coach Kathy Olivier in 1993. As a player, Close was the first UC Santa Barbara player to score 1000 points and record 500 assists in her career.
Where do the UCLA Bruins women's basketball team play its home games?UCLA women's basketball home games are played at the iconic Pauley Pavilion on the campus of UCLA. Now known as Pauley Pavilion presented by Wescom, it opened in 1965 and was named for Regent Edwin W. Pauley, who led the fundraising drive for the original facility. Pauley Pavilion was renovated in 2010-12 at a cost of $136 million. With a capacity of holding approximately 13,800 spectators, Pauley Pavilion is considered one of the top college sports venues in the United States. It hosts UCLA men's and women's teams in basketball and volleyball and women's gymnastics.
Who are the UCLA Bruins women's basketball team's main rivals?As members of the Pac-12 Conference, UCLA plays strong opponents every year. With an overall record of 10-6 against crosstown rival USC during Cori Close's tenure as head coach, the Bruins can expect a challenge from the Trojans every time they play. During the 2018-19 season, the Bruins defeated the then-No. 2 Oregon Ducks, handing the Ducks their only home loss of the season. No doubt the Ducks will be looking to avenge the loss.
Which UCLA Bruins women's basketball team players have gone on to professional careers?Starting with Rhema Williams in 1998, 12 former Bruins have been drafted into the WNBA. Five of the 12 were selected in the first round. Most recently, Jordin Canada was selected fifth overall by the Seattle Storm in 2018. Canada, Noelle Quinn and Michelle Greco have won WNBA championships, all with the Storm. UCLA women's basketball players have also played professionally all over the world. Fans in locations as diverse as China, Greece, South Korea and Turkey have enjoyed the talents of former Bruins.
Has the UCLA Bruins women's basketball team won any conference championships?The UCLA Bruins Women's Basketball team last won the outright Pac-12 conference championship in 1999. They have also won five straight titles between 1975-79. Then in 2006, the team won the conference tournament championship. Since their 2015-16 season, the UCLA Bruins finished fourth or better in conference standings each year.
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