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Sophomore outside hitter Jenny Mosser posted a total of 32 kills during the Bruins' season-opening weekend against Gonzaga. In Saturday's match, Mosser also posted eight digs and a career-best four aces to lead UCLA to a four-set victory. (Michael Zshornack/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Women’s volleyball opens season up with sweep of Gonzaga

The Bruins didn’t let a hurricane faze them. After the threat of Hurricane Lane cancelled its trip to Hawai’i, No. 11 UCLA women’s volleyball (2-0) defeated Gonzaga (0-2) in two four-set matches at home this weekend to start the 2018 season. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore outside hitter Jenny Mosser posted a total of 32 kills during the Bruins' season-opening weekend against Gonzaga. In Saturday's match, Mosser also posted eight digs and a career-best four aces to lead UCLA to a four-set victory. (Michael Zshornack/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Sophomore outside hitter Jenny Mosser posted a total of 32 kills during the Bruins' season-opening weekend against Gonzaga. In Saturday's match, Mosser also posted eight digs and a career-best four aces to lead UCLA to a four-set victory. (Michael Zshornack/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Freshman setter and opposite Hawley Harrer played both positions in UCLA's preseason exhibition win over UC Santa Barbara on Saturday. Harrer, who played as a hitter in high school, said making the transition to setter was exciting. (Michael Zshornack/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Women’s volleyball heads into season with range of new lineup options

It’s time to mix things up. After sticking with a consistent starting lineup last season, UCLA women’s volleyball is starting this season with a range of new options. Read more...

Photo: Freshman setter and opposite Hawley Harrer played both positions in UCLA's preseason exhibition win over UC Santa Barbara on Saturday. Harrer, who played as a hitter in high school, said making the transition to setter was exciting. (Michael Zshornack/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Freshman setter and opposite Hawley Harrer played both positions in UCLA's preseason exhibition win over UC Santa Barbara on Saturday. Harrer, who played as a hitter in high school, said making the transition to setter was exciting. (Michael Zshornack/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Christine Peng-Peng Lee topped off her final season at UCLA by winning co-Pac-12 Woman of the Year. Lee led the Bruins to their first NCAA title since 2010, posting two 10s to clinch the championship meet. She also won an individual national title on the balance beam. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

Peng-Peng Lee reflects on time at UCLA, multiple postseason awards

Christine Peng-Peng Lee was scrolling through Twitter when she found out she won co-Pac-12 Woman of the Year. “I saw that I had a mention so I started reading it and I started kind of freaking out,” Lee said. Read more...

Photo: Christine Peng-Peng Lee topped off her final season at UCLA by winning co-Pac-12 Woman of the Year. Lee led the Bruins to their first NCAA title since 2010, posting two 10s to clinch the championship meet. She also won an individual national title on the balance beam. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

Christine Peng-Peng Lee topped off her final season at UCLA by winning co-Pac-12 Woman of the Year. Lee led the Bruins to their first NCAA title since 2010, posting two 10s to clinch the championship meet. She also won an individual national title on the balance beam. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

Rising UCLA senior Sarah Sponcil earned the bronze medal at a FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour tournament in Haiyang, China, this week. Sponcil competed with Caitlin Ledoux, a professional player out of Long Beach State. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Rundown: July 23

Beach volleyballAngie Forburger, assistant Sports editor Competing on the other side of the world didn’t faze one Bruin. Rising UCLA senior Sarah Sponcil took home the bronze medal this week at the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour tournament in Haiyang, China, with partner Caitlin Ledoux – a professional player out of Long Beach State. Read more...

Photo: Rising UCLA senior Sarah Sponcil earned the bronze medal at a FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour tournament in Haiyang, China, this week. Sponcil competed with Caitlin Ledoux, a professional player out of Long Beach State. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Rising UCLA senior Sarah Sponcil earned the bronze medal at a FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour tournament in Haiyang, China, this week. Sponcil competed with Caitlin Ledoux, a professional player out of Long Beach State. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Former UCLA gymnastics team member Peng-Peng Lee took home this year's Tom Hansen Conference Medal along with former men's tennis player Martin Redlicki. She also won the Honda Award for gymnastics and was a finalist for the Honda Cup. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

The Rundown: July 2

Gymnastics and men’s tennisAngie Forburger, assistant Sports editor Former UCLA gymnastics team member Peng-Peng Lee and former men’s tennis team member Martin Redlicki were named this year’s Pac-12 Tom Hansen Conference Medal recipients. Read more...

Photo: Former UCLA gymnastics team member Peng-Peng Lee took home this year's Tom Hansen Conference Medal along with former men's tennis player Martin Redlicki. She also won the Honda Award for gymnastics and was a finalist for the Honda Cup. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

Former UCLA gymnastics team member Peng-Peng Lee took home this year's Tom Hansen Conference Medal along with former men's tennis player Martin Redlicki. She also won the Honda Award for gymnastics and was a finalist for the Honda Cup. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

The Bruins are returning six starters from last season's lineup and bringing in six new recruits for the 2018 season. UCLA women's volleyball released its schedule for this year on June 18, and should have a strong showing this season. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Fresh Off the Grill: Women’s volleyball schedule suggests strong start to 2018 season

This may be the year that the Bruins dominate. UCLA women’s volleyball released its schedule on June 18 for the 2018 season and won’t have to face a familiar foe from last year ­– Nebraska. Read more...

Photo: The Bruins are returning six starters from last season's lineup and bringing in six new recruits for the 2018 season. UCLA women's volleyball released its schedule for this year on June 18, and should have a strong showing this season. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The Bruins are returning six starters from last season's lineup and bringing in six new recruits for the 2018 season. UCLA women's volleyball released its schedule for this year on June 18, and should have a strong showing this season. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA Kendo competes in tournaments in Southern California and across the country and has consistently shown strength in recent years. The club's co-founder, Nathan Makino, said Kendo has become like a brand that maintains a strong reputation year after year. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

UCLA’s Kendo club practices Japan’s aggressive yet reverent martial art

Onegai shimasu – “Please let me train with you.” Two players face each other and bow, wearing Bogu with their Shinais in hand – a Kendo match begins. Read more...

Photo: UCLA Kendo competes in tournaments in Southern California and across the country and has consistently shown strength in recent years. The club's co-founder, Nathan Makino, said Kendo has become like a brand that maintains a strong reputation year after year. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

UCLA Kendo competes in tournaments in Southern California and across the country and has consistently shown strength in recent years. The club's co-founder, Nathan Makino, said Kendo has become like a brand that maintains a strong reputation year after year. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)


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