Joslyn Tinkle, the only senior for No. 6 Stanford, wants to make the most of her final season for the Cardinal.

Chiney Ogwumike had 23 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Cardinal past Utah 65-44 on Friday night at Maples Pavilion. Tinkle finished with 16 points.

"Tara brought something up the other day that's just starting to hit me," Tinkle said, referring to coach Tara VanDerveer. "She reminded me I only have eight possible home games left.

"Here we are, getting into the thick of the Pac-12 season, and I want to be more aggressive and rebound better to take the pressure off Chiney."

Tinkle scored the game's first seven points and nine of Stanford's first 12 as the Cardinal (17-2, 6-1 Pac-12) never trailed in winning its third straight and for the sixth time in seven games.

She also made her first 3-point attempt, her eighth consecutive made 3-pointer spanning three games. She later missed a long-range attempt.

"I'm just glad Chiney and Jos came to the game tonight," VanDerveer said. "Otherwise it would have been tough. We're trying to get more people involved, but we really struggled on the perimeter. It was the Chiney-Jos show, and they really got it done."

Michelle Plouffe scored 24 points and had 10 rebounds to lead the Utes (10-8, 1-6), who lost for the seventh time in eight games since opening the season 9-1.

Utah's 6-foot-3 junior forward Taryn Wicijowski, sixth in the conference in scoring, left the game with an apparent right-knee injury midway through the first half and did not return.

"It's the same knee she tore that forced her to miss her sophomore year," Utah coach Anthony Levrets said. "She's a great player and critical to everything we do."

UCLA 73, Arizona 57: Atonye Nyingifa had 20 points and 12 rebounds to lead the No. 19 Bruins (14-4, 5-2 Pac-12) over the Wildcats (11-7, 3-4) in Los Angeles.

Kama Griffitts scored 22 points for Arizona.

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UCLA's compliance department said it found no wrongdoing after investigating designer backpacks worn by Shabazz Muhammad and Kyle Anderson on Thursday night after the Bruins' 84-73 victory against No. 6 Arizona.

The school issued a statement saying the backpacks were gifts from the players' families and that the matter was closed, ESPN reported.

Wire services contributed to this report.