Wednesday, October 16

Sohomore attacker Jake Cavano is second on UCLA men's water polo with 20 goals this season, but said he and the rest of the team cannot get too caught up in working only on scoring goals. UCLA was held to nine goals in each of its last two games against UC Santa Barbara and Stanford (Joy Hong/Daily Bruin senior staff).

After first season loss, men’s water polo readies to rebound vs Long Beach State

The Bruins won’t get a break from top competition. No. 2 UCLA men’s water polo (9-1) will stay at home for the second straight weekend when it takes on No. Read more...

Photo: Sohomore attacker Jake Cavano is second on UCLA men's water polo with 20 goals this season, but said he and the rest of the team cannot get too caught up in working only on scoring goals. UCLA was held to nine goals in each of its last two games against UC Santa Barbara and Stanford (Joy Hong/Daily Bruin senior staff).

Sohomore attacker Jake Cavano is second on UCLA men's water polo with 20 goals this season, but said he and the rest of the team cannot get too caught up in working only on scoring goals. UCLA was held to nine goals in each of its last two games against UC Santa Barbara and Stanford (Joy Hong/Daily Bruin senior staff).


Junior utility Felix Brozyna-Vilim's success at drawing 13 total exclusions, many from the two-meter area, helped the Bruins win the exclusion duel with all four opponents in the SoCal Invitational. (Joy Hong/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Men’s water polo dominates exclusion battle at SoCal Invitational despite Stanford loss

The Bruins have had success creating man-advantage situations on offense so far this season. But their success doesn’t translate directly to victory. Although it lost to No. Read more...

Photo: Junior utility Felix Brozyna-Vilim's success at drawing 13 total exclusions, many from the two-meter area, helped the Bruins win the exclusion duel with all four opponents in the SoCal Invitational. (Joy Hong/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Junior utility Felix Brozyna-Vilim's success at drawing 13 total exclusions, many from the two-meter area, helped the Bruins win the exclusion duel with all four opponents in the SoCal Invitational. (Joy Hong/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Freshman Abbey Forbes made the semifinal of her first career college tournament in both singles and doubles at the Oracle ITA Masters. (Courtesy of Intercollegiate Tennis Association)

Women’s tennis freshman nearly clinches a win, falls to Pepperdine

One Bruin saw her opening fall tournament end at the hands of a West Coast foe. Redshirt senior Jada Hart reached the finals of the Oracle ITA Masters as the fifth seed, falling in the final to No. Read more...

Photo: Freshman Abbey Forbes made the semifinal of her first career college tournament in both singles and doubles at the Oracle ITA Masters. (Courtesy of Intercollegiate Tennis Association)

Freshman Abbey Forbes made the semifinal of her first career college tournament in both singles and doubles at the Oracle ITA Masters. (Courtesy of Intercollegiate Tennis Association)



Junior attacker Ashworth Molthen is one of five upperclassmen who will lead UCLA water polo into possible matchups against California, Stanford and USC at the SoCal Invitational (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin).

Men’s water polo to practice new play format, test young roster in SoCal Invitational

The Bruins will get a preview of tournament-style play this week. No. 2 UCLA men’s water polo (6-0) will kick off its weekend co-hosting the SoCal Invitational against Pomona-Pitzer (5-2), one of two unranked teams in the draw. Read more...

Photo: Junior attacker Ashworth Molthen is one of five upperclassmen who will lead UCLA water polo into possible matchups against California, Stanford and USC at the SoCal Invitational (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin).

Junior attacker Ashworth Molthen is one of five upperclassmen who will lead UCLA water polo into possible matchups against California, Stanford and USC at the SoCal Invitational (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin).


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