The UCLA men's basketball team has another veteran player staying in school. Point guard Tyger Campbell intends on playing next season in Westwood, his mother, Jennifer Krekeler-Campbell, told the Los Angeles Times. Campbell has been the Bruins' floor general over the past three seasons, helping the team reach the program's first Final Four appearance since 2008 in 2020-21 and the Sweet 16 last season.In 33 games during the 2021-22 campaign, Campbell averaged 11.9 points and 4.5 assists per game as a junior for UCLA. His court vision and ability to run the team's offense on the court has provided a reliable leader...
UCLA point guard Tyger Campbell will return for his redshirt senior season, according to his mother, as reported by Ben Bolch of the Los Angeles Times. Campbell has been an integral part of Mick Cronin's program the last three years. This last season he averaged 11.9 points per game, 4.3 assists and shot 41% from the three-point line. He was named to the All-Pac-12 first team.
Point guard Tyger Campbell intends to return to play for the Bruins next season, his mother, Jennifer Krekeler-Campbell, told The Times late Saturday.
The Bruins have made it to the Sweet 16 for the second year in a row and fifth time in the last five tournaments.
UCLA point guard Tyger Campbell's iconic mane has triggered taunts, but he responds with poised play that vaulted the Bruins into the Sweet 16.
NCAA college basketball correspondent, Andy Katz, interviewed Johnny Juzang and Tyger Campbell on the court after UCLA's win over Saint Mary's in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, 72-56.
UCLA advanced to the Sweet 16 with a victory over Saint Mary’s on Saturday. While the Bruins celebrate their achievement, it wasn’t all good news from their win — star guard Jaime Jaquez Jr. left the game with an apparent leg injury. Afterwards, UCLA coach Mick Cronin...
March Madness 2022: Mick Cronin praises Tyger Campbell after UCLA basketball survives Akron upset scare
Tyger Campbell saved the day for fourth-seeded UCLA Thursday night, as the Bruins were able to avoid a strong upset big from 13th-seeded Akron, 57-53 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The Bruins advanced to the round of 32 to face off against fifth-seeded Saint Mary's. With the...
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Trailing Akron with under three minutes to go in the final minutes of the NCAA Tournament first round on Thursday night, UCLA needed a spark. Redshirt junior guard Tyger Campbell stepped up in that spot in the closing minutes at the Moda Center, scoring eight points late to lead the Bruins to a 57-53 win over Akron in an East Region game.
No. 4 UCLA trailed for most of Thursday’s first round contest against No. 13 Akron in Portland, Ore., but it led when it mattered most thanks to Tyger Campbell. The Bruins earned a 57-53 win to move onto the second round. The team trailed by as much as eight in the second half before Campbell took over.