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Utah Women's Basketball Concludes Regular Season Against UCLA

Guard Ciera Dunbar and her two classmates will be honored during a pregame ceremony on Sunday.

Guard Ciera Dunbar and her two classmates will be honored during a pregame ceremony on Sunday.

Feb. 28, 2014

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UCLA Game Information
Match-up: UCLA Bruins (12-17, 6-11 Pac-12) at Utah Utes (11-17, 4-13 Pac-12)
Date: Sunday, Mar. 2
Tipoff: 2 p.m. MT
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Arena: Huntsman Center (15,000)

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The University of Utah women's basketball team ends its 2013-14 regular season by hosting UCLA on Sunday, Mar. 2 at 2 p.m. MT.

Utah is 11-17 overall through 28 games and the Utes are 4-13 in league play. Including a 58-55 win over Colorado in Salt Lake City on Jan. 29, the Utes are 7-7 in home contests this season, including a 2-6 mark in Pac-12 home games.

UCLA maintains a 12-17 overall record and the Bruins are 6-11 against league foes this season. The Bruins are on a three-game slide and are 4-8 this season away from Pauley Pavilion with a 2-6 mark in Pac-12 games. The Bruins lost 62-42 at Colorado on Feb. 28.

Game Coverage: Sunday's game versus UCLA will also be on Pac-12 Networks with Brian Webber (PBP) and Cindy Brunson (Analyst) calling the action.

The games will also be aired live on ESPN700 with Steve Klauke on the call.

Fans can also keep up with the action by following Gametracker at utahutes.com.

Utah Women's Basketball Updates: For a behind-the-scenes look and up-to-date information including live stats, game notes, media guides, ticketing and more, visit utahutes.com.

Follow the Utes: Get a behind the scenes look at the Utah women's basketball program as well as in-game updates by keeping up with the Utes' social media accounts. Be sure to `Like' the Utes on Facebook and `Follow' on Twitter and Instagram

Senior Day: A special pregame presentation for the three seniors on the team: Ariel Reynolds (Portland, Ore.), Ciera Dunbar (Elko, Nev.) and Michelle Plouffe (Edmonton, Alberta) as they take the court for the last time in the Jon M. Huntsman Center on Sunday, Mar. 2.

USC Review: Utah dropped a 67-57 decision to USC on Feb. 27 in the Huntsman Center. The Utes had two players reach double-digits in points against the Women of Troy and went 20-of-26 from the free throw line.

Plouffe Power: With 27 points and a season-high 18 rebounds on Feb. 27 against USC, Plouffe turned in her 14th double-double of the season and her 11th game with 20 or more points. Plouffe has had 10 or more points in 24 of 26 games she has played in this season. This was also her 15th with double-digits in rebounds.

Tracking Plouffe: Plouffe has chased down a school-record 1,142 rebounds over her career. She is fourth in school history with 2,039 career points and is the fourth player in school history to join the 2,000-point club. She is 36 points away from tying Deb Asper (2,075 from 1980-84) for third place on Utah's all-time scoring list. Kim Smith (2,281 points from 2002-06) and Julie Krommenhoek (2,087 points from 1994-98) occupy the top two places, respectively.

Wilson Shows Range: Junior guard Cheyenne Wilson (Seattle, Wash.) ranks sixth in the conference with a .404 (42-104) clip from beyond the arc. She is 14th with 1.5 3's per game. In the league-only stats, Wilson is 12th with a .383 (23-60) mark from distance and tied for 15th with 1.4 3-pointers per game.



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