Tuesday, January 22

In his first singles action this season, senior Joseph Di Giulio, ranked No. 90 in the country, defeated UCSB's Chase Masciorini 6-2, 6-3. (Erin Rice/Daily Bruin)

UCLA men’s tennis triumphs over UCSB 5-2 despite doubles adjustments

Coach Billy Martin expected a battle, and he got one. While Arizona men’s basketball put the finishing touches on its upset in Pauley Pavilion, another one was brewing at the Sunset Canyon Recreation Center’s tennis courts. Read more...

Photo: In his first singles action this season, senior Joseph Di Giulio, ranked No. 90 in the country, defeated UCSB's Chase Masciorini 6-2, 6-3. (Erin Rice/Daily Bruin)

In his first singles action this season, senior Joseph Di Giulio, ranked No. 90 in the country, defeated UCSB's Chase Masciorini 6-2, 6-3. (Erin Rice/Daily Bruin)

Freshman Evan Zhu made his debut against Grand Canyon on Wednesday afternoon. He won his singles match in three sets and his doubles match with junior Martin Redlicki 6-2. (Courtesy of Don Liebig/ASUCLA)

Freshman Evan Zhu looks to be valuable asset to men’s tennis

Twelve days. That’s how long Evan Zhu spent on campus before he played No. 1 doubles and No. 3 singles in UCLA men’s tennis’ season-opening win over Grand Canyon. Read more...

Photo: Freshman Evan Zhu made his debut against Grand Canyon on Wednesday afternoon. He won his singles match in three sets and his doubles match with junior Martin Redlicki 6-2. (Courtesy of Don Liebig/ASUCLA)

Freshman Evan Zhu made his debut against Grand Canyon on Wednesday afternoon. He won his singles match in three sets and his doubles match with junior Martin Redlicki 6-2. (Courtesy of Don Liebig/ASUCLA)

Junior Martin Redlicki suffered back spasms midway into the first set of his singles match against Grand Canyon, but he recovered after getting treatment with a trainer and went on to win in straight sets. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Men’s tennis defeats Grand Canyon with 7-0 win in opening dual match

Martin Redlicki tried to chase down a crosscourt forehand but stopped dead in his tracks. He immediately grabbed his back. Redlicki, up 4-2 at the time, lost his mobility and was unable to return any shot more than an arm’s length away from him. Read more...

Photo: Junior Martin Redlicki suffered back spasms midway into the first set of his singles match against Grand Canyon, but he recovered after getting treatment with a trainer and went on to win in straight sets. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Junior Martin Redlicki suffered back spasms midway into the first set of his singles match against Grand Canyon, but he recovered after getting treatment with a trainer and went on to win in straight sets. (Daily Bruin file photo)


UCLA men's basketball coach Steve Alford has mentored his fair share of NCAA stalwarts, but five of them stand above the rest. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

Wang’s Word: A take on an all-star lineup for UCLA men’s basketball

Starting at center for the Western Conference is… Zaza Pachulia? Yes, in the first week of fan voting the Warriors’ oft-maligned, clumsy big man received the second most all-star starter votes among Western Conference frontcourt players. Read more...

Photo: UCLA men's basketball coach Steve Alford has mentored his fair share of NCAA stalwarts, but five of them stand above the rest. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

UCLA men's basketball coach Steve Alford has mentored his fair share of NCAA stalwarts, but five of them stand above the rest. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

Sophomore Madison Preston, last year's NCAA Regional vault co-champion, is one of UCLA's several talented underclassmen. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Gold medalists to lead UCLA gymnastics into 2017 season

Two Olympic gold medalists, a former USA national team member and multiple Level 10 standouts. That’s just part of the UCLA gymnastics freshmen class. The fourth-ranked defending Pac-12 champions, coming off a fifth-place finish at last year’s NCAA championship, will usher in their fresh talent beginning Saturday against No. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore Madison Preston, last year's NCAA Regional vault co-champion, is one of UCLA's several talented underclassmen. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Sophomore Madison Preston, last year's NCAA Regional vault co-champion, is one of UCLA's several talented underclassmen. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Sophomore Maxime Cressy won three consecutive matches in straight sets, including an upset over USC's top-seeded Logan Smith, but was unable to register a second upset against third-seeded Nick Crystal in the semifinals. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Men’s tennis takes on Southern California Intercollegiate Championships

Maxime Cressy took out the No. 1 seed, but he wasn’t able to take out USC’s top returning player. In the semifinals of the Southern California Intercollegiate Championships, the sophomore fell 6-3, 6-4 to senior Nick Crystal who split time at No. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore Maxime Cressy won three consecutive matches in straight sets, including an upset over USC's top-seeded Logan Smith, but was unable to register a second upset against third-seeded Nick Crystal in the semifinals. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Sophomore Maxime Cressy won three consecutive matches in straight sets, including an upset over USC's top-seeded Logan Smith, but was unable to register a second upset against third-seeded Nick Crystal in the semifinals. (Daily Bruin file photo)


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