Third Round Highlights: (4) UCLA 77 – (12) Stephen F. Austin 60


Kyle AndersonSAN DIEGO, CA – Upstart Stephen F. Austin’s winning streak ran out against a member of the tournament’s old guard on Sunday night, as UCLA knocked out the Lumberjacks with a 77-60 victory. UCLA advances to the Sweet 16 where they’ll meet top overall seed Florida. The loss was the first for Stephen F. Austin in 29 games, stretching back to November 23rd, 2013.

Jordan Adams scored 19 to lead the Bruins, while Thomas Walkup carried Stephen F. Austin for much of the game, shooting 10-17 from the field for 22 points and collecting 11 rebounds.

Dave Sims and Bill Frieder called the action on WestwoodOne Sports.

(Deshaunt Walker nails a three to keep the Lumberjacks in it)


(Jacob Parker caps off a comeback run for Stephen F. Austin with a slam)


(UCLA’s Norman Powell puts some distance between the teams with a two-handed dunk)


(Kyle Anderson dunk finishes off the Lumberjacks)


(Postgame interview with UCLA’s Jordan Adams)


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