UCLA hasn't fired Ben Howland as basketball coach, although his time in Westwood appears to be running out.A school spokesman said late Saturday night that contrary to multiple media reports UCLA had not fired Howland.Howland told the Los Angeles Times that he had not yet spoken to athletic director Dan Guerrero, who typically evaluates Howland and the program after every season. Yahoo Sports reported that Howland had already been notified that he was out.The Bruins' season ended Friday with an 83-63 loss to Minnesota in the NCAA tournament in Austin.Howland has a 233-107 record in 10 seasons at UCLA. He took the Bruins to three Final Fours and won four conference championships, including this season.He has two years left on his contract that includes a $2.3 million buyout.UTA roundup • Track and field: UTA won 10 first places at the Bobby Lane Invitational at UTA’s Mavericks Stadium on Saturday, with the men’s and women’s teams each winning five events.Jennifer Brown won two events, taking the triple jump with a leap of 41 feet, 1 1/2 inches and the long jump at 19 feet, 6 3/4.Sydney Hampton won the women’s 1,500 meters with a time of 4:32.77. The Mavericks won the 4x100 relay with a 45.78, and Julianne Burch won the pole vault at 10-6.Winning for the men were Roland Sales, who took the high jump with a mark of 6-8 3/4 and Blake White in the pole vault with a 15-5 leap.Quentin Butler took the long jump at 24-3/4 , Romain Martin the javelin with a 192-7, and Ryan Tilotta won the 5,000 meters with a 14:49.93. • Softball: Seattle scored eight runs in the third inning and went on to a 13-4 victory. The Mavericks fell to 17-13 for the season and 2-1 in the WAC.TCU roundup • Women’s golf: Sanna Nuutinen shot a 1-over 73 and is only one shot off the lead after the second round of the LSU Tiger Golf Classic on Saturday in Baton Rouge, La.TCU shot a 303 on Saturday and is at 604 and in sixth place, 14 shots behind first-place Arkansas.Nuutinen had a team-high five birdies, including three of her first five holes and two of the last three. Her 145 is a stroke behind a quartet of golfers at 144. • Women’s tennis: TCU won its ninth consecutive match by winning at Houston 4-0.The Frogs boosted their record to 12-1.TCU’s doubles teams of Federica Denti and Kelsey Sundaram and Millie Nichols and Olivia Smith won their matches.Stefanie Tan, Monika Sirilova, and Simona Parajova of TCU won singles matches. The remaining singles matches were halted. • Track & field: Megan Smith of TCU won the shot put with a throw of 53-5 at the Bobby Lane Invitational at UT Arlington.She bested her career-best mark of 52-10 set last week at the TCU Invitational.Smith is the second TCU women’s shot putter to throw more than 53 feet.She also set a school record in the discus with a throw of 165-1 to finish second.Dixon signs dealPittsburgh basketball coach Jamie Dixon, a former TCU player, signed a 10-year contract that could keep him with the Panthers well into the next decade.The deal comes after speculation surfaced USC was targeting Dixon, a Southern California native, for its open job.Dixon is 262-86 in 10 years at Pitt and has the highest winning percentage of any coach in Big East history.The Panthers went 24-9 this season including 12-6 in their final year in the league before heading to the ACC this summer.