By JOE REEDY
LOS ANGELES — Haley Jones scored 16 points, Cameron Brink added 12 and second-ranked Stanford scored the first 15 points of the fourth quarter to pull away for a 72-59 victory over No. 8 UCLA on Friday night.
Jones also had 12 rebounds and six assists to help the Cardinal (17-1, 5-0 Pac-12) extend their winning streak over conference opponents to 38 games. Brink also added 12 rebounds and a career-high seven blocks.
Charisma Osborne and Gina Conti scored 13 points apiece and Emily Bessoir had 10 for UCLA (14-3, 3-2).
Stanford led 51-49 going into the fourth quarter when Brink took over. The junior scored six points, grabbed eight rebounds and blocked six shots in the quarter as the Cardinal jumped out to a 66-49 advantage.
UCLA missed 12 shots and committed four turnovers before Conti hit a 3-pointer with 1:53 remaining for the Bruins first points.
Brink, who came into the game second in the nation in blocked shots, finished with seven blocks, setting a new career high. It was the junior’s fifth game this season with at least five blocked shots.
Stanford: The Cardinal have held their last 19 conference opponents under 69 points.
UCLA: The Bruins hit their first two 3-pointers, but were 7 of 25 the remainder of the game.
Stanford: At Southern California on Sunday.
UCLA: Hosts California on Sunday.