Los Angeles -- Josh Shipp had 28 points Saturday to lead 20th-ranked UCLA to a 94-68 win over Oregon that kept the Bruins in the Pac-10 regular-season race, if only briefly.
UCLA (24-7, 13-5 Pac-10) needed unranked Washington State to upset No. 13 Washington to earn a share of its fourth straight conference, but the Washington Huskies beat their in-state rival Cougars 67-60 Saturday to wrap up their first outright Pac-10 title.
Darren Collison had 19 points for UCLA, which closed out its regular season with four straight wins.
Drew Wiley had 18 points and LeKendric Longmire 15 for the Ducks (8-22, 2-16), who lost their final two games of the regular season and finished in last place in the conference.
Berkeley, Calif. -- Darren Collison had 22 points and No. 19 UCLA took sole possession of second place in the Pac-10 Saturday night with a 72-68 victory over California.
Josh Shipp, Nikola Dragovic and Alfred Aboya had 12 points apiece, while Aboya grabbed nine rebounds and Dragovic added seven boards for the Bruins (22-7, 11-5 Pac-10).
Jerome Randle finished with 20 points and eight assists, while Patrick Christopher had 16 points and Theo Robertson scored 14 for the Golden Bears (21-8, 10-6).
The Bruins went on a 13-0 second-half spree -- highlighted by a pair of 3-pointers by Dragovic and a 3-point play by Collison -- to come back from a 53-49 disadvantage. Cal got within three points when Randle nailed a 3-pointer with 16.1 seconds left, but the Golden Bears could not score after that.
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