Anderson had one of his strongest performances of the season with 13 points, six assists and a career-high seven rebounds. He led a second-half charge with 11 points after the break, including five during an early second-half spurt that turned a 24-24 tie into a 31-24 UCLA lead. The Bruins never lost the lead after that.
"It kind of opened a little bit more in the second half," Anderson said. "I picked my spots trying to get to the rack and I was more aggressive and that was it."
He was also key down the stretch, getting three assists in the final 3:30 as the Bruins staved off a late Richmond rally.
"He really orchestrated a lot for us," Howland said. "I thought Jerime had one of his best games of the season for sure."