Sunday, November 18

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In the Cage: Episode IX

For what could be the final rendition of In the Cage, the men’s water polo writers mustered together a live studio audience. Some laughed, some cried, but all were intent on hearing the forecast for the biggest weekend of all – the NCAA championships. Read more...

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Coach Adam Wright and the No. 2 Bruins took second place in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championships this past weekend, suffering a three-goal loss to No. 1 USC in the championship game. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)
Coach Adam Wright and the No. 2 Bruins took second place in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championships this past weekend, suffering a three-goal loss to No. 1 USC in the championship game. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)

Senior defender Chancellor Ramirez and the No. 2 UCLA men's water polo team will get to face top-five competition at home this weekend for the first – and last – time all year, starting with No. 3 California, in the critical Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championship tournament. (Jintak Han/Assistant Sports editor)
Senior defender Chancellor Ramirez and the No. 2 UCLA men's water polo team will get to face top-five competition at home this weekend for the first – and last – time all year, starting with No. 3 California, in the critical Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championship tournament. (Jintak Han/Assistant Sports editor)

Sophomore attacker Austin Rone had three goals over two games Saturday as the No. 1 Bruins ran their winning streak to 57 games. The 18 goals in the second game against Whittier tied for the team's best offensive output in over a month and a half. (Frank To/Daily Bruin)
Sophomore attacker Austin Rone had three goals over two games Saturday as the No. 1 Bruins ran their winning streak to 57 games. The 18 goals in the second game against Whittier tied for the team's best offensive output in over a month and a half. (Frank To/Daily Bruin)

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Redshirt junior attacker Max Irving and the No. 1 UCLA men's water polo team are 21-0 on the season after the victory against No. 2 Cal, but the game showed how the offense hasn't been nearly as productive as it has in years past. (Jintak Han/Assistant photo editor)
Redshirt junior attacker Max Irving and the No. 1 UCLA men's water polo team are 21-0 on the season after the victory against No. 2 Cal, but the game showed how the offense hasn't been nearly as productive as it has in years past. (Jintak Han/Assistant photo editor)

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