January 11, 10:38 pm
Dylan Dsouza, Daily Bruin Contributor
The No. 17 UCLA women’s tennis team will be back in action this weekend for the first time since early November. Read more...
January 11, 3:31 pm
UCLA men’s volleyball will no longer host UC Santa Barbara on Friday night.
Road closures along the 101 freeway due to mudslides created transportation issues for the Gauchos, and the Friday match has been rescheduled for March 28 at 7 p.m in Pauley Pavilion. Read more...
Photo: UCLA will no longer have another game this week after the UC Santa Barbara match in Pauley Pavilion was rescheduled to later this season. UCLA will travel to UC San Diego on Tuesday next to face the Tritons. (Isabelle Roy/Daily Bruin senior staff)
January 11, 12:28 am
UCLA men’s volleyball found itself down two sets Wednesday night to UC Irvine – one set away from its first loss of the season.
Yet, the Bruins turned it around in the third set, improving their offensive connections and coming back from behind to oust the Anteaters in five sets. Read more...
Photo: Senior outside hitter/libero JT Hatch contributed seven digs, four assists and nine kills in UCLA's five-set win over UC Irvine. Hatch played libero for the first two sets, then switched to an attacker for the last three sets. (Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)
January 10, 12:32 am
The last time UCLA men’s volleyball faced UC Irvine, the Anteaters ended the Bruins’ 2017 season in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation quarterfinals.
No. 3 UCLA (3-0) will host No. Read more...
Photo: The UCLA Bruins will take on the UC Irvine Anteaters on Wednesday night. UC Irvine ended UCLA's season last year in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation quarterfinals. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)
January 9, 9:22 am
No. 4 UCLA men’s volleyball returns all but two members of its starting lineup from last year.
But the 2018 Bruins, who swept their first three matches of the season, will no longer run a 6-2 offense like they did last year. Read more...
Photo: Junior setter Micah Ma'a will be the lone starting setter for the Bruins this year. Ma'a previously ran a 6-2 offense alongside Hagen Smith, but will now transition to a 5-1 offense this season. (Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)
January 7, 1:22 pm
UCLA men’s volleyball rolled through the Wooden Classic this weekend without dropping a single set.
The No. 4 Bruins (3-0) took down the King University Tornado (1-2) in straight sets Friday, and swept the McKendree University Bearcats (0-4) the following night. Read more...
Photo: Senior outside hitter Jake Arnitz led the Bruins offensively both Friday and Saturday night. Arnitz was voted a preseason All-American, along with junior setter Micah Ma’a. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)