Saturday, September 22

Junior Terri Fleming said UCLA’s experience against high-caliber teams like Georgia Tech will pay dividends as the season goes on. The tough matches will build the Bruins’ intensity and focus, especially as they get closer to conference play. (Wesley Hardin/Daily Bruin)

Women’s tennis to confront San Diego with new confidence, cohesion

At this time last season, UCLA women’s tennis posted a strong record of 3-1, eventually making it all the way to the NCAA Tournament before falling to Ohio State. Read more...

Photo: Junior Terri Fleming said UCLA’s experience against high-caliber teams like Georgia Tech will pay dividends as the season goes on. The tough matches will build the Bruins’ intensity and focus, especially as they get closer to conference play. (Wesley Hardin/Daily Bruin)

Junior Terri Fleming said UCLA’s experience against high-caliber teams like Georgia Tech will pay dividends as the season goes on. The tough matches will build the Bruins’ intensity and focus, especially as they get closer to conference play. (Wesley Hardin/Daily Bruin)

Redshirt freshman Jada Hart won both of her matches Saturday 6-0, 6-2. She and fellow freshman Ena Shibahara also won both of their doubles matches 6-2. (Wesley Hardin/Daily Bruin)

UCLA women’s tennis defeats Saint Mary’s, UCSB in doubleheader

Playing a match requires consistent mental and physical energy from start to finish. For the UCLA women’s tennis team, its challenge was sustaining this energy through not one match, but two. Read more...

Photo: Redshirt freshman Jada Hart won both of her matches Saturday 6-0, 6-2. She and fellow freshman Ena Shibahara also won both of their doubles matches 6-2. (Wesley Hardin/Daily Bruin)

Redshirt freshman Jada Hart won both of her matches Saturday 6-0, 6-2. She and fellow freshman Ena Shibahara also won both of their doubles matches 6-2. (Wesley Hardin/Daily Bruin)


Terri Fleming and the Bruins will kick off the National Indoors tournament against the Kentucky Wildcats. UCLA won its first match of the year with Fleming sweeping her singles match. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Women’s tennis aims to ace No. 20 Kentucky at ITA qualifiers

From one end of the country to the other, UCLA women’s tennis travels to Atlanta, looking to continue a strong start to 2017 following a season-opening win. Read more...

Photo: Terri Fleming and the Bruins will kick off the National Indoors tournament against the Kentucky Wildcats. UCLA won its first match of the year with Fleming sweeping her singles match. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Terri Fleming and the Bruins will kick off the National Indoors tournament against the Kentucky Wildcats. UCLA won its first match of the year with Fleming sweeping her singles match. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Junior Terri Fleming dropped the first set to LMU's Elvira Juravliova but stormed back for a three-set victory in UCLA's 5-2 win over LMU. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA women’s tennis defeats LMU 5-2 in season-opening match

As rain continued to fall Friday afternoon, the UCLA women’s tennis team was looking to begin its regular season. Despite the match being postponed to Saturday and relocated to Loyola Marymount University, the group had a strong showing and started its season off with a win. Read more...

Photo: Junior Terri Fleming dropped the first set to LMU's Elvira Juravliova but stormed back for a three-set victory in UCLA's 5-2 win over LMU. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Junior Terri Fleming dropped the first set to LMU's Elvira Juravliova but stormed back for a three-set victory in UCLA's 5-2 win over LMU. (Daily Bruin file photo)


Freshman Ena Shibahara (left) and redshirt freshman Jada Hart (right), the 2016 US Open girls’ doubles champions, will face Columbia University's Star Makarome and Alexandra Solovyev in the first round of the National Indoor Intercollegiate doubles draw. (Courtesy of Paul Ballard/ZooTennis)

US Open doubles champions bring new energy to women’s tennis team

For years, UCLA women’s tennis has been a dominant force, not losing more than seven matches in a season in the last five years. As the team prepares for the start of its season in January, the tournaments in November will be tests of the girls’ preparation. Read more...

Photo: Freshman Ena Shibahara (left) and redshirt freshman Jada Hart (right), the 2016 US Open girls’ doubles champions, will face Columbia University's Star Makarome and Alexandra Solovyev in the first round of the National Indoor Intercollegiate doubles draw. (Courtesy of Paul Ballard/ZooTennis)

Freshman Ena Shibahara (left) and redshirt freshman Jada Hart (right), the 2016 US Open girls’ doubles champions, will face Columbia University's Star Makarome and Alexandra Solovyev in the first round of the National Indoor Intercollegiate doubles draw. (Courtesy of Paul Ballard/ZooTennis)


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