Monday, October 21

(From left to right) Senior midfielder Sarah Killion, junior forward Taylor Smith and senior defenders Caprice Dydasco and Abby Dahlkemper each won a W-League championship on July 27 while playing with the LA Blues. For the three seniors, it was the second straight year in which they helped lead the Blues to the W-League title.

(Courtesy of Abby Dahlkemper)

UCLA women’s soccer invited to play for LA Blues; wins championship

The women’s soccer team still has three weeks before they begin the defense of their NCAA championship, but three players say they already know what it takes to win back to back a title. Read more...

Photo: (From left to right) Senior midfielder Sarah Killion, junior forward Taylor Smith and senior defenders Caprice Dydasco and Abby Dahlkemper each won a W-League championship on July 27 while playing with the LA Blues. For the three seniors, it was the second straight year in which they helped lead the Blues to the W-League title. (Courtesy of Abby Dahlkemper)

(From left to right) Senior midfielder Sarah Killion, junior forward Taylor Smith and senior defenders Caprice Dydasco and Abby Dahlkemper each won a W-League championship on July 27 while playing with the LA Blues. For the three seniors, it was the second straight year in which they helped lead the Blues to the W-League title.

(Courtesy of Abby Dahlkemper)

UCLA women's basketball coach Cori Close said it was "not a unilateral decision" to face a non-conference schedule with a high degree of difficulty, and she only went ahead with the decision after consulting the rest of her team. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA women’s basketball releases difficult nonconference schedule

After taking on a non-conference schedule last year that was ranked third most difficult in the nation, UCLA women’s basketball announced Thursday that the team will once again be battling a tough schedule ahead of conference play for the upcoming season. Read more...

Photo: UCLA women's basketball coach Cori Close said it was "not a unilateral decision" to face a non-conference schedule with a high degree of difficulty, and she only went ahead with the decision after consulting the rest of her team. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA women's basketball coach Cori Close said it was "not a unilateral decision" to face a non-conference schedule with a high degree of difficulty, and she only went ahead with the decision after consulting the rest of her team. (Daily Bruin file photo)


Marcos Giron announced that he will not be returning to the UCLA men's tennis team for his senior year next season. Giron finished his junior year as a Bruin with a NCAA singles title win. (Jose Ubeda/Daily Bruin)

NCAA men’s singles champion Marcos Giron to go pro, forgo senior year

The reigning NCAA men’s singles champion, Marcos Giron, announced Wednesday that he will not be spending a fourth year with the UCLA men’s tennis team and will instead be entering the ATP circuit. Read more...

Photo: Marcos Giron announced that he will not be returning to the UCLA men's tennis team for his senior year next season. Giron finished his junior year as a Bruin with a NCAA singles title win. (Jose Ubeda/Daily Bruin)

Marcos Giron announced that he will not be returning to the UCLA men's tennis team for his senior year next season. Giron finished his junior year as a Bruin with a NCAA singles title win. (Jose Ubeda/Daily Bruin)

The five Bruin freshmen that make up the No. 1-ranked recruiting class (left to right) Jordin Canada, Kelli Hayes, Monique Billings, Lajahna Drummer and Recee' Caldwell, officially moved in to UCLA on June 22. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Freshman women’s basketball players transition to UCLA experience

Individually, each player has a long list of accolades attached to her name. Collectively, they’re known as the No. 1 recruiting class in the nation. As of June 22, they’ve added another label to their names: UCLA freshmen. Read more...

Photo: The five Bruin freshmen that make up the No. 1-ranked recruiting class (left to right) Jordin Canada, Kelli Hayes, Monique Billings, Lajahna Drummer and Recee' Caldwell, officially moved in to UCLA on June 22. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The five Bruin freshmen that make up the No. 1-ranked recruiting class (left to right) Jordin Canada, Kelli Hayes, Monique Billings, Lajahna Drummer and Recee' Caldwell, officially moved in to UCLA on June 22. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Senior Natasha Kolbo said that even though she didn't perform her best at the NCAAs, she's still happy with what she's accomplished in her four years competing as a Bruin.
(Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Bruins receive All-American honors at track and field NCAAs

What Natasha Kolbo came face to face with in her first trip to the NCAA outdoor track and field championships wasn’t just competition from 23 of the nation’s top pole vaulters. Read more...

Photo: Senior Natasha Kolbo said that even though she didn't perform her best at the NCAAs, she's still happy with what she's accomplished in her four years competing as a Bruin. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Senior Natasha Kolbo said that even though she didn't perform her best at the NCAAs, she's still happy with what she's accomplished in her four years competing as a Bruin.
(Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Even though senior outside hitter Kelly Reeves is graduating this year, she said she will always represent UCLA with pride.(Daily Bruin file photo)

Senior Sign-off: Kelly Reeves

By Kelly Reeves It’s crazy to think that my four years here at UCLA are finally coming to a close. It’s weird, I never really thought about it until now. Read more...

Photo: Even though senior outside hitter Kelly Reeves is graduating this year, she said she will always represent UCLA with pride.(Daily Bruin file photo)

Even though senior outside hitter Kelly Reeves is graduating this year, she said she will always represent UCLA with pride.(Daily Bruin file photo)


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