#AztecWBB Opens Five-Game Homestand Sunday vs. UCLA
Dec. 14, 2013
SAN DIEGO - After a 12-day hiatus, the San Diego State women's basketball team kicks off a five-game homestand on Sunday when it squares off against UCLA at Viejas Arena. Opening tip is scheduled for 2 p.m. PT, and a live video stream via the Mountain West Network will be available at www.goaztecs.com.
The two schools will lock horns for the fourth consecutive season after the series was dormant from 2000-09. The Bruins have captured five straight against SDSU, including a 66-52 decision at Pauley Pavilion in the 2012-13 season-opener, to grab a 22-6 lead in 28 all-time meetings.
The Aztecs have not beaten UCLA since posting a 77-52 victory on the road in December of 1992 and have not won in San Diego since recording a 96-77 triumph in January 1986.
SDSU head coach Stacie Terry was in her third and final year as an assistant with the Bruins the last time UCLA visited "America's Finest City" in November of 2010. That season, the Bruins came away with a 55-48 victory at Viejas Arena.
The Aztecs went 1-1 on its brief two-game road trip following the Thanksgiving holiday, rallying for a 71-67 triumph at UC Santa Barbara to give Stacie Terry her first victory as a head coach, before suffering a 72-35 defeat at then-No. 23 Texas A&M in their last outing on Dec. 3.
SDSU center Cierra Warren (Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.) is off to a torrid start this season, connecting of 64.8 percent of her field-goal attempts (35-54), which ranks eighth in the nation entering the week. The Aztec senior is averaging 15.8 points per game and has surpassed the 20-point plateau on three occasions.
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