Sunday, January 21

This was the first meet the entire dive team competed this season. Three divers finished in the top five in both the 1-meter and 3-meter events. (Andrew Arifin/Daily Bruin)

Swim and dive wins meet over Arkansas, Washington State and UC Davis

UCLA swim and dive needed to perform better than it did at UC Santa Barbara last weekend in order to win the Bruins’ home opener. “I thought they responded really well to the tough meet we had against (UC) Santa Barbara,” said coach Cyndi Gallagher. Read more...

Photo: This was the first meet the entire dive team competed this season. Three divers finished in the top five in both the 1-meter and 3-meter events. (Andrew Arifin/Daily Bruin)

This was the first meet the entire dive team competed this season. Three divers finished in the top five in both the 1-meter and 3-meter events. (Andrew Arifin/Daily Bruin)

Senior outside hitter Reily Buechler was held to .105 by Washington's strong blockers. Buechler had nine kills and six digs. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Women’s volleyball loses to Washington for ninth consecutive time

UCLA women’s volleyball was outblocked by Washington 7-1 in the first set alone. “Ultimately, we need to prepare our hitters better if we’re coming into a match against Washington or Washington State, so I’m putting that on us,” said coach Michael Sealy. Read more...

Photo: Senior outside hitter Reily Buechler was held to .105 by Washington's strong blockers. Buechler had nine kills and six digs. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Senior outside hitter Reily Buechler was held to .105 by Washington's strong blockers. Buechler had nine kills and six digs. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Cross country is the first UCLA team to end its postseason, and this weekend the top 10 men and women will be competing in Springfield, Oregon, against schools such as Colorado, Stanford and Arizona State. (Photo courtesy of Ricky Bassman)

Weekend in Preview: Men’s water polo prepares for Pacific, women’s volleyball faces Washington

This post was updated Oct. 27 at 12:04 p.m.   Cross Country Nicholas Yekikian, assistant Sports editor The No. 14 men’s cross country team has covered 40,000 meters to get to this point, and the women have raced across 25,000. Read more...

Photo: Cross country is the first UCLA team to end its postseason, and this weekend the top 10 men and women will be competing in Springfield, Oregon, against schools such as Colorado, Stanford and Arizona State. (Photo courtesy of Ricky Bassman)

Cross country is the first UCLA team to end its postseason, and this weekend the top 10 men and women will be competing in Springfield, Oregon, against schools such as Colorado, Stanford and Arizona State. (Photo courtesy of Ricky Bassman)

Alex Van Dyke had seen some time playing with special teams this season, but the senior recently made the switch to tight end – a position group that has been struggling to stay healthy so far.
(Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)

Backup wide receiver becomes tight end to replace injured players

Alex Van Dyke wanted an opportunity to get more time on the field. So when the opportunity arose, he took it. “I realized that our tight ends were going down and I wanted to help out the team,” Van Dyke said. Read more...

Photo: Alex Van Dyke had seen some time playing with special teams this season, but the senior recently made the switch to tight end – a position group that has been struggling to stay healthy so far. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)

Alex Van Dyke had seen some time playing with special teams this season, but the senior recently made the switch to tight end – a position group that has been struggling to stay healthy so far.
(Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)

Senior Maddie Brooks has competed for UCLA club water ski for all four years. She finished second overall at the National Collegiate Water Ski Association Division 2 Nationals, with a second-place finish in slalom and a fourth-place finish in jump.(Courtesy of Maddie Brooks)

UCLA club water ski grows over the years, competes in national tournament

Few athletes can say they have competed on behalf of UCLA while wearing a costume. “We all ski in fun outfits – people like to wear mullets under the jump helmets and go off the jump, people will wear their school flag as a cape,” said senior Maddie Brooks. Read more...

Photo: Senior Maddie Brooks has competed for UCLA club water ski for all four years. She finished second overall at the National Collegiate Water Ski Association Division 2 Nationals, with a second-place finish in slalom and a fourth-place finish in jump.(Courtesy of Maddie Brooks)

Senior Maddie Brooks has competed for UCLA club water ski for all four years. She finished second overall at the National Collegiate Water Ski Association Division 2 Nationals, with a second-place finish in slalom and a fourth-place finish in jump.(Courtesy of Maddie Brooks)

Redshirt sophomore Jada Hart made up one half of a doubles pair that won the ITA Regional Championships. Hart and her partner, junior Gabby Andrews, did not drop a set on the way to the title, which they locked up on Sunday at the University of San Diego. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Despite no singles victories, women’s tennis takes doubles championship

No Bruins were able to make it to the singles championship, but the doubles tournament was another story. Eight members of the No. 23 UCLA women’s tennis team competed in the ITA Southwest Regional Championships that ran Oct. Read more...

Photo: Redshirt sophomore Jada Hart made up one half of a doubles pair that won the ITA Regional Championships. Hart and her partner, junior Gabby Andrews, did not drop a set on the way to the title, which they locked up on Sunday at the University of San Diego. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Redshirt sophomore Jada Hart made up one half of a doubles pair that won the ITA Regional Championships. Hart and her partner, junior Gabby Andrews, did not drop a set on the way to the title, which they locked up on Sunday at the University of San Diego. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Stanfrd men's soccer has put up a 12-2-1 overall record and a 6-0-1 conference record.
 They lead the Pac-12 with 19 points, seven points better than second-place California and nine points better than third-place Washington. UCLA is fourth place with nine.
 (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin)

Around the League: Stanford men’s soccer remains strong in rankings, first in Pac-12

Men’s soccer Nicholas Yekikian, Assistant Sports editor With the last bout of conference play looming over the Pac-12, this season’s leaders and losers are starting to take shape. Read more...

Photo: Stanfrd men's soccer has put up a 12-2-1 overall record and a 6-0-1 conference record. They lead the Pac-12 with 19 points, seven points better than second-place California and nine points better than third-place Washington. UCLA is fourth place with nine. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin)

Stanfrd men's soccer has put up a 12-2-1 overall record and a 6-0-1 conference record.
 They lead the Pac-12 with 19 points, seven points better than second-place California and nine points better than third-place Washington. UCLA is fourth place with nine.
 (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin)


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