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Senior opposite hitter Christian Hessenauer led the Bruins in kills during Wednesday's season opener, notching 12 kills in the win over NJIT.
 (Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)

Men’s volleyball sweeps NJIT Highlanders in first game of season

UCLA men’s volleyball opened its season with a sweep over New Jersey Institute of Technology on Wednesday night. The No. 4 Bruins (1-0, 0-0 MPSF) are ranked second in the preseason MPSF Coaches’ Poll and fourth in the AVCA preseason poll, returning a number of their starters like senior outside hitter and two-time second-team AVCA All-American Jake Arnitz, senior outside hitter/libero JT Hatch and junior setter Micah Ma’a. Read more...

Photo: Senior opposite hitter Christian Hessenauer led the Bruins in kills during Wednesday's season opener, notching 12 kills in the win over NJIT. (Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)

Senior opposite hitter Christian Hessenauer led the Bruins in kills during Wednesday's season opener, notching 12 kills in the win over NJIT.
 (Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)

Senior utility Alex Roelse led UCLA men's water polo to its third title in four years this fall. He scored career-highs 35 times for the Bruins this season, including six goals in four postseason games. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Battle of the editors: Four standout performers in UCLA Athletics this fall season

Melissa Zhang, assistant Sports editor Jessie FlemingWomen’s soccer, sophomore midfielder Fleming’s presence on the field was one reason for the success of UCLA women’s soccer this year. Read more...

Photo: Senior utility Alex Roelse led UCLA men's water polo to its third title in four years this fall. He scored career-highs 35 times for the Bruins this season, including six goals in four postseason games. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Senior utility Alex Roelse led UCLA men's water polo to its third title in four years this fall. He scored career-highs 35 times for the Bruins this season, including six goals in four postseason games. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Freshman forward Ashley Sanchez set a freshman record for her 12 assists in her debut season. The forward came to Westwood as the top recruit in the 2017 incoming class, with her U.S. national team experience. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Women’s soccer hopeful for upcoming seasons despite losing championship

UCLA women’s soccer may have just fallen short of a national championship this year, but the young talent on its roster breeds hope for upcoming seasons. Read more...

Photo: Freshman forward Ashley Sanchez set a freshman record for her 12 assists in her debut season. The forward came to Westwood as the top recruit in the 2017 incoming class, with her U.S. national team experience. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Freshman forward Ashley Sanchez set a freshman record for her 12 assists in her debut season. The forward came to Westwood as the top recruit in the 2017 incoming class, with her U.S. national team experience. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Sophomore midfielder Jessie Fleming took a penalty kick at the beginning of the second half to get the Bruins on the board. UCLA scored another goal to tie things up, but couldn’t overcome a third goal by Stanford. The Cardinal now leads the nation in national championships after claiming its 114th title Sunday. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

UCLA women’s soccer defeated by Stanford in pursuit of 114th NCAA title

ORLANDO, Fla. – This weekend, the two most successful athletics programs in the country had opportunities to hoist their 114th trophy. And for the first time in history, Stanford surpassed UCLA to claim the top spot in overall NCAA championships for around six hours Sunday. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore midfielder Jessie Fleming took a penalty kick at the beginning of the second half to get the Bruins on the board. UCLA scored another goal to tie things up, but couldn’t overcome a third goal by Stanford. The Cardinal now leads the nation in national championships after claiming its 114th title Sunday. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Sophomore midfielder Jessie Fleming took a penalty kick at the beginning of the second half to get the Bruins on the board. UCLA scored another goal to tie things up, but couldn’t overcome a third goal by Stanford. The Cardinal now leads the nation in national championships after claiming its 114th title Sunday. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

The Bruins hosted the Cardinal earlier in the regular season, when Stanford scored the game-winning goal after junior forward Hailie Mace's nongoal. UCLA will have a chance at redemption Sunday when the two Pac-12 teams go head-to-head once again. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

College Cup final between UCLA, Stanford to break tie for most NCAA titles

ORLANDO, Fla. – The national championship tie between UCLA and Stanford will be broken Sunday afternoon. The second-seeded Bruins (19-2-3) and the top-seeded Cardinal (23-1-0) won their respective semifinals matches Friday to ensure an all-Pac-12 championship match. Read more...

Photo: The Bruins hosted the Cardinal earlier in the regular season, when Stanford scored the game-winning goal after junior forward Hailie Mace's nongoal. UCLA will have a chance at redemption Sunday when the two Pac-12 teams go head-to-head once again. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

The Bruins hosted the Cardinal earlier in the regular season, when Stanford scored the game-winning goal after junior forward Hailie Mace's nongoal. UCLA will have a chance at redemption Sunday when the two Pac-12 teams go head-to-head once again. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

Sophomore goalkeeper Teagan Micah logged a shutout against the Blue Devils in the semifinals Friday. Despite letting three of Duke’s penalty kicks past her, Micah saved the final one to put UCLA one goal ahead, logging a semifinals victory for the Bruins. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

UCLA women’s soccer narrowly grabs shot at championship after shootout

ORLANDO, Fla. – With penalty kicks even at three scores and one miss apiece, Teagan Micah saved Duke’s final shot to give the Bruins a chance at the National Championship. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore goalkeeper Teagan Micah logged a shutout against the Blue Devils in the semifinals Friday. Despite letting three of Duke’s penalty kicks past her, Micah saved the final one to put UCLA one goal ahead, logging a semifinals victory for the Bruins. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Sophomore goalkeeper Teagan Micah logged a shutout against the Blue Devils in the semifinals Friday. Despite letting three of Duke’s penalty kicks past her, Micah saved the final one to put UCLA one goal ahead, logging a semifinals victory for the Bruins. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Junior forward Hailie Mace and the Bruins will seek their second ever national title this weekend in Orlando, with their first game of the College Cup taking place Friday night against an undefeated Duke. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Women’s soccer will battle No. 1 seed Duke for championship spot

To play in the championship match this weekend, UCLA women’s soccer must first face an opponent hungry for its first national championship in program history – Duke University. Read more...

Photo: Junior forward Hailie Mace and the Bruins will seek their second ever national title this weekend in Orlando, with their first game of the College Cup taking place Friday night against an undefeated Duke. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Junior forward Hailie Mace and the Bruins will seek their second ever national title this weekend in Orlando, with their first game of the College Cup taking place Friday night against an undefeated Duke. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)


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