Wednesday, June 19

Ernests Gulbis of Latvia came out victorious in this year's Farmers Classic held at UCLA, beating out USA's Mardy Fish.

Ernests Gulbis sinks No. 1 seed Mardy Fish in Farmers Classic

The 2011 Farmers Classic came to a shocking conclusion on Sunday afternoon, with unseeded Ernests Gulbis outplaying American top-seeded Mardy Fish to claim the championship of Los Angeles' biggest tennis tournament. Read more...

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Ernests Gulbis of Latvia came out victorious in this year's Farmers Classic held at UCLA, beating out USA's Mardy Fish.

Ernests Gulbis of Latvia came out victorious in this year's Farmers Classic held at UCLA, beating out USA's Mardy Fish.


Former UCLA point guard Jordan Farmar held Hoop Farm, a four-day-long basketball camp for boys and girls aged 7-16, at the John Wooden Center. Now in its fourth year, the camp began in 2008 and is run through the Jordan Farmar Foundation, which also works closely with the UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital.

Jordan Farmar gives back to kids in Los Angeles through his basketball camp Hoop Farm

Meet Drake London. A promising center prospect, London has the size and inside presence of a dominant post player but also possesses the court vision and ball handling skills of a swingman. Read more...

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Former UCLA point guard Jordan Farmar held Hoop Farm, a four-day-long basketball camp for boys and girls aged 7-16, at the John Wooden Center. Now in its fourth year, the camp began in 2008 and is run through the Jordan Farmar Foundation, which also works closely with the UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital.

Former UCLA point guard Jordan Farmar held Hoop Farm, a four-day-long basketball camp for boys and girls aged 7-16, at the John Wooden Center. Now in its fourth year, the camp began in 2008 and is run through the Jordan Farmar Foundation, which also works closely with the UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital.

The low draft picks of Tyler Honeycutt and Malcolm Lee result in extra effort to make their decision of going professional worthwhile

The 2011 NBA Draft is over, which means two things: We don't need to hear ESPN analyst Jay Bilas rave about a prospect's "rejumpability" for at least another year, and people will finally get to see whether former Bruins Tyler Honeycutt and Malcolm Lee made the right decision by forgoing their final years in Westwood to make the leap to the pros. Read more...



Andrea Remynse is one of three seniors on the women's tennis team who will be graduating. After a slow start, the Bruins played their best tennis at the end of the season, and they advanced to the national semifinals, where they lost to the Gators.

UCLA women’s tennis falls in NCAA semifinals after rebounding from tough start to season

For the UCLA women's tennis team, the outlook shortly after the beginning of the season was bleak. Read more...

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Andrea Remynse is one of three seniors on the women's tennis team who will be graduating. After a slow start, the Bruins played their best tennis at the end of the season, and they advanced to the national semifinals, where they lost to the Gators.

Andrea Remynse is one of three seniors on the women's tennis team who will be graduating. After a slow start, the Bruins played their best tennis at the end of the season, and they advanced to the national semifinals, where they lost to the Gators.

Senior Noelle Hickey pulled through with a three-set singles victory to clinch the No. 6-seeded UCLA women's tennis team's upset over No. 3 Duke on Sunday in Palo Alto. The Bruins will face the No. 2 Florida Gators in the NCAA semifinals today.

Women’s tennis avenges last year’s season-ending loss to Duke

There is a picture that UCLA senior Noelle Hickey looks at for inspiration from time to time, but it is not of a family member, former teammate or role model. Read more...

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Senior Noelle Hickey pulled through with a three-set singles victory to clinch the No. 6-seeded UCLA women's tennis team's upset over No. 3 Duke on Sunday in Palo Alto. The Bruins will face the No. 2 Florida Gators in the NCAA semifinals today.

Senior Noelle Hickey pulled through with a three-set singles victory to clinch the No. 6-seeded UCLA women's tennis team's upset over No. 3 Duke on Sunday in Palo Alto. The Bruins will face the No. 2 Florida Gators in the NCAA semifinals today.


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