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BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - Arielle Roberson scored 14 points and grabbed 11 rebounds as Colorado dominated the second half in a 62-42 win over UCLA on Friday night.
UCLA went into the break leading 30-27 but stumbled after the intermission, making just 1 of 15 shots - and all five free throws - to start the second half. The Bruins scored just 12 points after halftime, their lowest scoring half all season, while making just 3 of 25 field goals (12 percent).
The Bruins finished the game 15 of 50 (30 percent) from the floor and committed 19 turnovers, which Colorado (16-12, 6-11 Pac-12) turned into 18 points. UCLA turned 13 Colorado turnovers into just two points.
The Buffaloes out-rebounded UCLA 42-32 and outscored the Bruins 26-14 in the paint.
Jamee Swan scored 14 points and Haley Smith added 11 and eight rebounds for Colorado.
Atonye Nyingifa paced UCLA (12-17, 6-11) with 12 points.
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