Wednesday, September 19

Maxime Cressy was one of four Bruins competing in singles and doubles at the UCSB Classic this past weekend. The 6'7" sophomore teamed with fellow sophomore Daniel Gealer to win the Flight A doubles title Sunday. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Women’s and men’s tennis players deliver strong tournament play

Ena Shibahara needed 11 straight wins to capture the 2016 Riviera/ITA Women’s All-American Singles Championship. She only got 10. The UCLA freshman dropped only two sets while cruising through the prequalifying, qualifying and main draws in Pacific Palisades. Read more...

Photo: Maxime Cressy was one of four Bruins competing in singles and doubles at the UCSB Classic this past weekend. The 6'7" sophomore teamed with fellow sophomore Daniel Gealer to win the Flight A doubles title Sunday. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Maxime Cressy was one of four Bruins competing in singles and doubles at the UCSB Classic this past weekend. The 6'7" sophomore teamed with fellow sophomore Daniel Gealer to win the Flight A doubles title Sunday. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Freshman midfielder Jessie Fleming tied the game against No. 1 Stanford in the 86th minute, but the Cardinal pulled out the victory with a goal in the second overtime period. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)

Women’s soccer falls to Cardinal in double overtime

Eighty-five minutes in and UCLA still had no answer for how to break the Stanford pressure. The Bruins couldn’t sustain any possession, and Cardinal goalkeeper Jane Campbell showed why she is a national team call-up, blocking any shots that somehow managed to trickle through to her. Read more...

Photo: Freshman midfielder Jessie Fleming tied the game against No. 1 Stanford in the 86th minute, but the Cardinal pulled out the victory with a goal in the second overtime period. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)

Freshman midfielder Jessie Fleming tied the game against No. 1 Stanford in the 86th minute, but the Cardinal pulled out the victory with a goal in the second overtime period. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)

Seven Bruins will participate in the NWSL title game Sunday afternoon. Six of them started on UCLA's 2013 NCAA championships team. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Former Bruins to compete for 2016 NWSL championship title

Sunday’s National Women’s Soccer League title match might as well be a reunion of UCLA’s 2013 NCAA championships team. Six starters from that national championships team will be onf the pitch together once again when the Western New York Flash take on the Washington Spirit for the NWSL crown. Read more...

Photo: Seven Bruins will participate in the NWSL title game Sunday afternoon. Six of them started on UCLA's 2013 NCAA championships team. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Seven Bruins will participate in the NWSL title game Sunday afternoon. Six of them started on UCLA's 2013 NCAA championships team. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Senior Gage Brymer is one of two UCLA men's tennis players to qualify for the main draw of this weekend's tournament in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where the team lost in the NCAA championships last year. (Kathy Chen/Daily Bruin)

Men’s tennis sends two to smash ITA All-American Championships

Joe Di Giulio tried to play through the pain. The senior was serving up 5-2 in the second set against Columbia’s Alex Keyser, when he aggravated his groin injury reaching for a drop shot in front of him. Read more...

Photo: Senior Gage Brymer is one of two UCLA men's tennis players to qualify for the main draw of this weekend's tournament in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where the team lost in the NCAA championships last year. (Kathy Chen/Daily Bruin)

Senior Gage Brymer is one of two UCLA men's tennis players to qualify for the main draw of this weekend's tournament in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where the team lost in the NCAA championships last year. (Kathy Chen/Daily Bruin)

Junior Terri Fleming and her partner redshirt freshman Jada Hart fell just short of winning the championship of the Cal State Nike Fall Invitational Blue Doubles bracket. They upset the top seed before falling 8-6 in the finals. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Women’s tennis makes headway despite losses at Cal Nike Invitational

Jada Hart almost had another championship. The redshirt freshman – and defending U.S. Open juniors girls’ doubles champion –and junior Terri Fleming advanced to the finals of the Cal Nike Fall Invitational Blue Doubles bracket but came up short of the title, falling 8-6 to Arizona State’s Kassidy Jump and Sammi Hampton. Read more...

Photo: Junior Terri Fleming and her partner redshirt freshman Jada Hart fell just short of winning the championship of the Cal State Nike Fall Invitational Blue Doubles bracket. They upset the top seed before falling 8-6 in the finals. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Junior Terri Fleming and her partner redshirt freshman Jada Hart fell just short of winning the championship of the Cal State Nike Fall Invitational Blue Doubles bracket. They upset the top seed before falling 8-6 in the finals. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA's The Den grew louder and louder as the Bruins inched closer to an upset of No.7 Stanford. But the raucous crowd distracted quarterback Josh Rosen and prevented him from communicating with his offensive line. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

Hanson’s Hot Take: Stanford game demonstrates The Den lacks sports etiquette

The worst thing Saturday night wasn’t that UCLA lost to Stanford. It was that a horde of students started chanting “I believe that we will win!” with about four minutes left in the game. Read more...

Photo: UCLA's The Den grew louder and louder as the Bruins inched closer to an upset of No.7 Stanford. But the raucous crowd distracted quarterback Josh Rosen and prevented him from communicating with his offensive line. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

UCLA's The Den grew louder and louder as the Bruins inched closer to an upset of No.7 Stanford. But the raucous crowd distracted quarterback Josh Rosen and prevented him from communicating with his offensive line. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

Junior Martin Redlicki picked up seven ATP points the past two weeks after reaching the semifinals in Claremont two weeks ago and winning his first round matchup in Irvine last week. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Men’s tennis presents mixed performance at Irvine Futures

The UCLA men’s tennis team pushed onwards through its fall tournament regimen, although this week produced mixed results. No current Bruin advanced past the second round of the main draw at the Irvine Futures, but top-seeded 2016 alumnus Mackie McDonald swept the singles – his first professional – and the doubles titles Sunday. Read more...

Photo: Junior Martin Redlicki picked up seven ATP points the past two weeks after reaching the semifinals in Claremont two weeks ago and winning his first round matchup in Irvine last week. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Junior Martin Redlicki picked up seven ATP points the past two weeks after reaching the semifinals in Claremont two weeks ago and winning his first round matchup in Irvine last week. (Daily Bruin file photo)


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