Monday, January 21

Coach Michael Sealy won AVCA National Coach of the Year in 2011 after leading the Bruins to an NCAA championship. Over his nine seasons with UCLA, Sealy has led his team to seven NCAA tournaments. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Fresh Off The Grill: Women’s volleyball needs consistent, diverse lineup to avoid future embarrassment

Three weeks ago, Michael Sealy said his team was an embarrassing representation of UCLA. And he wasn’t wrong. The coach failed to lead UCLA women’s volleyball (13-14, 8-12 Pac-12) to the NCAA tournament after the team lost nine of its last 11 games and finished with a losing record for the first time in the program’s history. Read more...

Photo: Coach Michael Sealy won AVCA National Coach of the Year in 2011 after leading the Bruins to an NCAA championship. Over his nine seasons with UCLA, Sealy has led his team to seven NCAA tournaments. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Coach Michael Sealy won AVCA National Coach of the Year in 2011 after leading the Bruins to an NCAA championship. Over his nine seasons with UCLA, Sealy has led his team to seven NCAA tournaments. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)


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The Rundown: Nov. 28

Women’s volleyballAngie Forburger, assistant Sports editor Despite finishing the year with a losing record for the first time in program history, UCLA women’s volleyball (13-14, 8-12 Pac-12) had three players earn All-Pac-12 recognition. Read more...

Photo: (Jocelyn Dao/Daily Bruin)

(Jocelyn Dao/Daily Bruin)




Sophomore outside hitter Mac May – who posted a career-high 27 kills Friday – leads the Bruins this season with 241 total kills, 3.77 kills per set and 22 service aces. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Mac May kills it on court as one of women’s volleyball’s youngest starters

Michael Sealy sees a difference in Mac May this year. “She always had an amazing arm and hit hard, but when she was on the left her freshman year, she didn’t hit with a lot of range as far as down the lines and sharp crosscourt,” the coach said. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore outside hitter Mac May – who posted a career-high 27 kills Friday – leads the Bruins this season with 241 total kills, 3.77 kills per set and 22 service aces. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Sophomore outside hitter Mac May – who posted a career-high 27 kills Friday – leads the Bruins this season with 241 total kills, 3.77 kills per set and 22 service aces. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)


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