Thursday, May 23

Senior guard Thea Lemberger will be playing her final regular-season matchup against USC on Saturday. Lemberger and the Bruins beat the Trojans twice last season but dropped the first game against their rivals this season.
(Photo credit: Austin Yu/Daily Bruin)

UCLA women’s basketball ready for Pac-12 round-two play

The timekeeper’s bell is ringing and the card in the air clearly displays “Round 2.” It’s time for the UCLA women’s basketball team to lace up the boxing gloves again as it takes on Pac-12 opponents for the second time this season. Read more...

Photo: Senior guard Thea Lemberger will be playing her final regular-season matchup against USC on Saturday. Lemberger and the Bruins beat the Trojans twice last season but dropped the first game against their rivals this season. (Photo credit: Austin Yu/Daily Bruin)

Senior guard Thea Lemberger will be playing her final regular-season matchup against USC on Saturday. Lemberger and the Bruins beat the Trojans twice last season but dropped the first game against their rivals this season.
(Photo credit: Austin Yu/Daily Bruin)

Senior Courtney Dolehide said her team is prepared to play indoors because the different environment benefits hard-hitting players like herself and several teammates.

UCLA women’s tennis speeds up its game for National Team Indoors

The lifespan of each tennis ball at practice is getting shorter. The strong winds of winter that pervade the Los Angeles Tennis Center hardly simulate the conditions that the UCLA women’s tennis team can expect to face on the indoor courts in the Boar’s Head Tennis Club in Charlottesville, Va. Read more...

Photo: Senior Courtney Dolehide said her team is prepared to play indoors because the different environment benefits hard-hitting players like herself and several teammates.

Senior Courtney Dolehide said her team is prepared to play indoors because the different environment benefits hard-hitting players like herself and several teammates.

Senior guard Thea Lemberger was fouled multiple times against the Washington State Cougars. She converted 11 out of the 12 ensuing free throws to contribute to the Bruins' 79-72 win.

UCLA women’s basketball ends weekend with a win

The only sounds audible in Pauley Pavilion were the Bruin player’s footsteps as she stepped up to the line. The ball missed the mark, and the silence was cut by a collective groan coming out of the stands. Read more...

Photo: Senior guard Thea Lemberger was fouled multiple times against the Washington State Cougars. She converted 11 out of the 12 ensuing free throws to contribute to the Bruins' 79-72 win.

Senior guard Thea Lemberger was fouled multiple times against the Washington State Cougars. She converted 11 out of the 12 ensuing free throws to contribute to the Bruins' 79-72 win.

Sophomore guard Nirra Fields scored 26 points in UCLA's loss to Cal Sunday

UCLA women’s basketball struggles down the stretch

In both of UCLA women’s basketball’s games in Northern California, there were clear points where everything just went south. The Bruins began the weekend by facing the Stanford Cardinal on Friday, and the Bruins fought against the label of underdogs by finishing the first half only down a point. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore guard Nirra Fields scored 26 points in UCLA's loss to Cal Sunday

Sophomore guard Nirra Fields scored 26 points in UCLA's loss to Cal Sunday

Sixth-year senior forward Atonye Nyingifa said a big part of UCLA's plan against Stanford is limiting the production of Cardinal forward Chiney Ogwumike, who averages 27.1 points per game.

Women’s basketball hones in on Cardinal offense

UCLA’s women’s basketball team won’t need to look too far into its archives to find a formula to beat Stanford. Those answers are buried in its most recent game against Stanford – last year’s Pac-12 championship game that UCLA lost 51-49. Read more...

Photo: Sixth-year senior forward Atonye Nyingifa said a big part of UCLA's plan against Stanford is limiting the production of Cardinal forward Chiney Ogwumike, who averages 27.1 points per game.

Sixth-year senior forward Atonye Nyingifa said a big part of UCLA's plan against Stanford is limiting the production of Cardinal forward Chiney Ogwumike, who averages 27.1 points per game.




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