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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Nirra Fields and Jordin Canada scored 16 points apiece and UCLA rolled to a 58-45 victory over Utah on Sunday.
The Bruins (10-13, 6-6 Pac-12) have won two in a row since snapping their four-game losing streak, and have beaten Utah in eight straight games — all since the Utes joined the conference.
Utah (7-16, 1-11) has lost 11 of its last 12 games and is winless on the road.
Fields scored 12 points in the first half to help build a 30-19 lead, and the Bruins led by as many as 19 points with four minutes to play. Canada had five steals and Corinne Costa grabbed nine rebounds for the Bruins.
Danielle Rodriguez scored 11 points to lead Utah, which shot just 17 of 62 (27.4 percent). Tanaeya Boclair and Taryn Wicijowski chipped in 10, with Boclair pulling in 10 boards for the Utes.
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