Friday, March 24, 2017

UCLA Season and Tournament History since 97-98

I've decided to list a history of Bruin seasons and tourney results since I became a fan.  If for nothing else, at least I'll have it compiled somewhere.

1997-98
Overall Record: 24-9
Pac-10 Record: 12-6
Starters:
C J.R. Henderson (Sr)*
PF Kris Johnson (Sr)
SF Toby Bailey (Sr)*
SG Earl Watson (Fr)
PG Baron Davis (Fr)
* 1st team All-Pac-10
Memorable moments: First game (v Oreg St?)
NCAA Tourney: UCLA #6 seed
- #11 Miami, #3 Michigan, #2 Kentucky (L)
NBA Draft: #33 Jelani McCoy, #45 Toby Bailey, #56 J.R. Henderson

1998-99
Overall Record: 22-9
Pac-10 Record: 12-6
Starters:
C Dan Gadzuric (Fr)
PF Jerome Moiso (Fr)
SF Jaron Rush (Fr)
SG Earl Watson (So)
PG Baron Davis (So)*
* 1st team All-Pac-10
Memorable moments: Baron's UW game (dunk)
NCAA Tourney: UCLA #5
- #12 Detroit-Mercy (L)
NBA Draft: #3 Baron Davis

1999-2000
Overall Record: 21-12
Pac-10 Record: 10-8
Starters:
C Dan Gadzuric (So)
PF Jerome Moiso (So)
F Sean Farnham (Sr)
SG Jason Kapono (Fr)*
PG Earl Watson (Jr)
* 1st team All-Pac-10
Memorable moments: 1) @UNC, 2) Jaron's shot v Stanford
NCAA Tourney: UCLA #6
- #11 Ball State, #3 Maryland, #2 Iowa St (L)
NBA Draft: #11 Jerome Moiso

2000-01
Overall Record: 23-9
Pac-10 Record: 14-4
Starters:
C Dan Gadzuric (Jr)
PF Matt Barnes (Jr)
SF Jason Kapono (So)*
SG Billy Knight (Jr)
PG Earl Watson (Sr)*
* 1st team All-Pac-10
Memorable moments: Arizona (rush court)
NCAA Tourney: UCLA #4
- #13 Hofstra, #12 Utah St., #1 Duke (L)
NBA Draft: #39 Earl Watson

2001-02
Overall Record: 21-12
Pac-10 Record: 11-7
Starters:
C Dan Gadzuric (Sr)
PF Matt Barnes (Sr)
SF Jason Kapono (Jr)*
SG Billy Knight (Sr)
PG Cedric Bozeman (Fr)
* 1st team All-Pac-10
Memorable moments: none
NCAA Tourney: UCLA #8
- #9 Mississippi, #1 Cincinatti, #12 Missouri (L)
NBA Draft: #33 Dan Gadzuric, #45 Matt Barnes

2002-03
Overall Record: 10-19
Pac-10 Record: 6-12
Starters:
C Ryan Hollins (Fr)
PF Andre Patterson (So)
SF Jason Kapono (Sr)*
SG Dijon Thompson (So)
PG Cedric Bozeman (So) / Ray Young (Sr)
* 1st team All-Pac-10
Memorable moments: Beat #1 Arizona (Pac-10 Tourney), Lavin's last season
NCAA Tourney: none
NBA Draft: #31 Jason Kapono

2003-04
Overall Record: 11-17
Pac-10 Record: 7-11
Starters:
C Ryan Hollins (So)
PF T.J. Cummings (Sr)
SF Trevor Ariza (Fr)
SG Dijon Thompson (Jr)
PG Cedric Bozeman (Jr)
Memorable moments: Howland's 1st season, Wooden Court dedication (vs Mich St)
NCAA Tourney: none
NBA Draft: #43 Trevor Ariza

2004-05
Overall Record: 18-11
Pac-10 Record: 11-7
Starters:
C Michael Fey (Jr)
F Dijon Thompson (Sr)*
SF Josh Shipp (Fr)
SG Arron Afflalo (Fr)
PG Jordan Farmar (Fr)
* 1st team All-Pac-10
Memorable moments: Making tourney
NCAA Tourney: UCLA #11
- #6 Texas Tech (L)
NBA Draft: #43 Dijon Thompson

2005-06
Overall Record: 32-7
Pac-10 Record: 14-4
Starters:
C Ryan Hollins (Sr)
PF Luc Richard Mbah a Moute (Fr)
SF Cedric Bozeman (Sr)
SG Arron Afflalo (So)*
PG Jordan Farmar (So)*
* 1st team All-Pac-10
Memorable moments: Pac-10 champ, Pac-10 Tourney champ, Gonzaga comeback, Final Two (Indy)
NCAA Tourney: UCLA #2
- #15 Belmont, #10 Alabama, #3 Gonzaga, #1 Memphis, #4 LSU, #3 Florida (L)
NBA Draft: #26 Jordan Farmar, #50 Ryan Hollins

2006-07
Overall Record: 30-6
Pac-10 Record: 15-3
Starters:
C Lorenzo Mata (Jr)
PF Luc Richard Mbah a Moute (So)
SF Josh Shipp (So)
SG Arron Afflalo (Jr)*
PG Darren Collison (So)*
* 1st team All-Pac-10
Memorable moments: Ranked #1 for 6 weeks in AP, Pac-10 champ, Afflalo AP 1st Team All-American, Final Four (Atlanta)
NCAA Tourney: UCLA #2
- #15 Weber St, #7 Indiana, #3 Pittsburgh, #1 Kansas, #1 Florida (L)
NBA Draft: #27 Arron Afflalo

2007-08
Overall Record: 35-4
Pac-10 Record: 16-2
Starters:
C Kevin Love (Fr)*
PF Luc Richard Mbah a Moute (Jr)
SF Josh Shipp (Jr)
SG Russell Westbrook (So)
PG Darren Collison (Jr)
* 1st team All-Pac-10
Memorable moments: Stanford comeback to clinch title, Shipp's backboard Cal shot, Pac-10 champ, Pac-10 Tourney champ, Kevin Love 1st Team All-American, #1 seed in West, Final Four (San Antonio)
NCAA Tourney: UCLA #1
- #16 Miss Valley St, #9 Texas A&M, #12 Western Kentucky, #3 Xavier, #1 Memphis (L)
NBA Draft: #4 Russell Westbrook, #5 Kevin Love, #37 Luc Richard Mbah a Moute

2008-09
Overall Record: 26-9
Pac-10 Record: 13-5
Starters:
C Alfred Aboya (Sr)
PF Nikola Dragovic (Jr)
SF Josh Shipp (Sr)
SG Jrue Holiday (Fr)
PG Darren Collison (Sr)*
* 1st team All-Pac-10
Memorable moments: Eldest son's first game (UA)
NCAA Tourney: UCLA #6
- #11 VCU, #3 Villanova (L)
NBA Draft: #17 Jrue Holiday, #21 Darren Collison

2009-10
Overall Record: 14-18
Pac-10 Record: 8-10
Starters:
C Reeves Nelson (Fr)
PF Nikola Dragovic (Sr)
SF Tyler Honeycutt (Fr)
SG Michael Roll (Sr)*
PG Malcolm Lee (So)
* 1st team All-Pac-10
Memorable moments: none
NCAA Tourney: none
NBA Draft: none

2010-11
Overall Record: 23-11
Pac-10 Record: 13-5
Starters:
C Joshua Smith (Fr)
PF Reeves Nelson (So)*
SF Tyler Honeycutt (So)*
SG Malcolm Lee (Jr)*
PG Lazeric Jones (Jr)
* 1st team All-Pac-10
Memorable moments: 2nd son's 1st game, Last game at Classic Pauley over #10 Arizona, Trapani basket
NCAA Tourney: UCLA #7
- #10 Michigan State, #2 Florida (L)
NBA Draft: #35 Tyler Honeycutt, #43 Malcolm Lee

2011-12
Overall Record: 19-14
Pac-12 Record: 11-7
Starters:
C Travis Wear (So)
PF David Wear (So)
G Tyler Lamb (So)
G Jerime Anderson (Sr)
PG Lazeric Jones (Sr)
Memorable moments: none (home games at Sports Arena)
NCAA Tourney: none
NBA Draft: none

2012-13
Overall Record: 25-10
Pac-12 Record: 13-5
Starters:
C Travis Wear (Jr)
PF Kyle Anderson (Fr)
SF Shabazz Muhammad (Fr)*
SG Jordan Adams (Fr)
PG Larry Drew II (Sr)*
*1st team All-Pac-12
Memorable moments: New Pauley, Pac-12 champ, (Bazz Lightyear), Adams' broken foot, Howland's last season
NCAA Tourney: UCLA #6
- #11 Minnesota (L)
NBA Draft: #14 Shabazz Muhammad

2013-14
Overall Record: 28-9
Pac-12 Record: 12-6
Starters:
C Travis Wear (Sr)
PF David Wear (Sr)
G Jordan Adams (So)*
G Norman Powell (Jr)
PG Kyle Anderson (So)*
 *1st team All-Pac-12
Memorable moments: daughter's first game, Alford's first season, Pac-12 Tourney Champs (over Arizona), Kyle Anderson 3rd Team All-American
NCAA Tourney: UCLA #4
- #13 Tulsa, #12 SF Austin, #1 Florida (L)
NBA Draft: #13 Zach LaVine, #22 Jordan Adams, #30 Kyle Anderson

2014-15
Overall Record: 22-14
Pac-12 Record: 11-7
Starters:
C Tony Parker (Jr)
PF Kevon Looney (Fr)
G Norman Powell (Sr)*
G Isaac Hamilton (So)
PG Bryce Alford (So)
* 1st team All-Pac-12
Memorable moments: 16-1 record at home, Bryce Alford's nine 3s (goaltend)
NCAA Tourney: UCLA #11
- #6 SMU, #14 UAB, #2 Gonzaga (L)
NBA Draft: #30 Kevon Looney, #46 Norman Powell

2015-16
Overall Record: 15-17
Pac-12 Record: 6-12
Starters:
C Thomas Welsh (So)
PF Tony Parker (Sr)
G Isaac Hamilton (Jr)
G Bryce Alford (Jr)
PG Aaron Holiday (Fr)
Memorable moments: Upset #1 Kentucky at Pauley, Alford 3-pointer upset UA Westbrook night
NCAA Tourney: none
NBA Draft: none

2016-17
Overall Record: 31-5 
Pac-12 Record: 15-3
Starters:
C Thomas Welsh (Jr)
PF T.J. Leaf (Fr)*
G Isaac Hamilton (Sr)
G Bryce Alford (Sr)*
PG Lonzo Ball (Fr)*
* 1st team All-Pac-12
Memorable moments: Upset #1 Kentucky at UK, Comeback vs Oregon, 32 point blowout vs u$c, W at Arizona, Lonzo Ball 1st-Team All-American
NCAA Tourney: UCLA #3
- #11 Kent State, #6 Cincinnati, #2 Kentucky (L)
NBA Draft:

My USMNT caps

I used to go to the Home Depot Center game held after January camp every year, but to my shame, I was absent in '09, '10, '11.  Then they didn't play Jan games in Carson in '12 and '13.  (I'm still not sure if I was at the Jan 2004 game vs Denmark.  I definitely was at the 2003 MLS allstar game, which Donovan, Beasley, Bocanegra, Mathis and Hejduk played in).  I vow to take my kids to every US Soccer game held within LA county from now on.  To preserve my own memories, I'm listing my caps.

My caps:

 2006

January 20
US 5 - Norway 0, Home Depot Center (Carson)
(Twellman 5', 17', 76'; Eddie Pope 67', Chris Klein 87'). - Taylor Twellman hat trick.

February 10
US 3 - Japan 2, AT&T Park (San Francisco)
(Eddie Pope 24'; Clint Dempsey 39'; Taylor Twellman 50').

June 12
US 0 - Czech Republic 3, Fifa World Cup Stadium (Gelsenkirchen)
FIFA 2006 WC!

June 17
US 1 - Italy 1, Fritz-Walter-Stadion (Kaiserslautern)
(Italy own goal 27') FIFA 2006 WC - 9 men.

June 22
US 1 - Ghana 2, Frankenstadion (Nuremberg)
(Dempsey 43') - FIFA 2006 WC


2007

January 20
US 3 - Denmark 1, HDC
(Landon Donovan PK 44'; Jonathan Bornstein 57'; Kenny Cooper 80') - Bob Bradley debut.

June 7
US 1 - Guatemala 0, HDC
(Clint Dempsey 26') - Gold Cup 1st round

June 9
US 2 - Trinidad & Tobago 0, HDC
(Brian Ching 29', Eddie Johnson 54') - Gold Cup 1st round

September 9
US 2 - Brazil 4, Soldier Stadium (Chicago)
(Carlos Bocanegra 21'; Clint Dempsey 73') - Kaka'! Ronaldinho!


2008

January 19
US 2 - Sweden 0, HDC
(Eddie Robinson 15'; Landon Donovan PK 48') Landon Donovan became US' all time leading scorer.

June 15
US 8 - Barbados 0, HDC
(Clint Dempsey 1', 63'; Michael Bradley 12'; Brian Ching 20', 89'; Landon Donovan 59'; Eddie Johnson 82'; Own Goal 86') - My first World Cup qualifier.


2011

June 25
US 2 - Mexico 4, Rose Bowl (Pasadena)
(Michael Bradley 8'; Landon Donovan 23') Gold Cup Final, Bob Bradley's last game

September 2
US 0 - Costa Rica 1, HDC
My eldest son's first game.  US dominated possession, but couldn't convert.


2014

February 1
US 2 - South Korea 0, Stubhub Center
(Chris Wondolowski 4', 60')


2015

February 8
US 2 - Panama 0, Stubhub Center
(Michael Bradley 27'; Clint Dempsey 37') 2nd son's first game.  Bradley's Olimpico!

October 10
US 2 - Mexico 3, Rose Bowl
(Geoff Cameron 15'; Bobby Wood 108') Concacaf Cup.  Met Landon!


2016

February 5
US 1 - Canada 0, Stubhub Center
(Jozy Altidore 89')


2017

January 29
US 0 - Serbia 0, Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego)
Bruce Arena's first game back; Daughter's first game!

March 24
US 6 - Honduras 0, Avaya Stadium (San Jose)
(Sebastian Lletget 5'; Michael Bradley 27'; Clint Dempsey 32', 49', 54'; Christian Pulisic 46') WC Qualifier; Pulisic's coming out party!, Dempsey hat-trick!  Rain!


- I've seen Dempsey score the most - 10 goals.  Twellman, Donovan and Bradley each scored 4.

- 189 games total.  10 at the Home Depot / Stubhub Center, 3 in Germany, 2 at the Rose Bowl, 1 at AT&T Park, 1 at Soldier Field, 1 at Qualcomm Stadium, 1 at Avaya Stadium.