Monday, October 23

Fans at UCLA's home opener against Texas A&M will be encouraged to donate to the American Red Cross throughout the game to help the Hurricane Harvey relief effort. (Creative Commons photo by Bobak Ha'Eri)

UCLA Athletics partners with Red Cross to aid Hurricane Harvey relief

UCLA Athletics and the Rose Bowl will partner with the American Red Cross Los Angeles Region to fundraise for those affected by Hurricane Harvey. At Sunday’s football season opener in Pasadena, California, fans in attendance will be able to donate to the Red Cross via text message to support Hurricane Harvey relief. Read more...

Photo: Fans at UCLA's home opener against Texas A&M will be encouraged to donate to the American Red Cross throughout the game to help the Hurricane Harvey relief effort. (Creative Commons photo by Bobak Ha'Eri)

Fans at UCLA's home opener against Texas A&M will be encouraged to donate to the American Red Cross throughout the game to help the Hurricane Harvey relief effort. (Creative Commons photo by Bobak Ha'Eri)

The newest members of UCLA cross country for 2017 will be two new coaches who will lead the men's and women's team alongside the new director, Avery Anderson. (UCLA Athletics)

UCLA cross country adds men’s, women’s coaches, welcomes new director

​UCLA cross country recently went through some major changes, many of which come in the form of a newly minted coaching staff. Former coach Forest Braden was in charge of all 38 runners last year when he headed the cross country team, but in 2017 the team will be split between men and women with assistant coaches Devin Elizondo and Jennifer DeRego in charge of each team, respectively. Read more...

Photo: The newest members of UCLA cross country for 2017 will be two new coaches who will lead the men's and women's team alongside the new director, Avery Anderson. (UCLA Athletics)

The newest members of UCLA cross country for 2017 will be two new coaches who will lead the men's and women's team alongside the new director, Avery Anderson. (UCLA Athletics)

Redshirt senior Brian Illoski scored his first two goals of the year in UCLA's season opener Friday against the University of San Francisco. The Bruins took home a win in their first match with a final score of 5-3. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

Men’s soccer begins season with high-scoring win on the road

No. 21 UCLA men’s soccer (1-0) opened up its season Friday night at the University of San Francisco, and the Bruin’s offense was on top from the first whistle to the last. Read more...

Photo: Redshirt senior Brian Illoski scored his first two goals of the year in UCLA's season opener Friday against the University of San Francisco. The Bruins took home a win in their first match with a final score of 5-3. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

Redshirt senior Brian Illoski scored his first two goals of the year in UCLA's season opener Friday against the University of San Francisco. The Bruins took home a win in their first match with a final score of 5-3. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)


Redshirt senior midfielder Brian Illoski assisted the Bruin's first goal of the season and scored their second in a match where UCLA would tie Utah Valley 2-2. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

Young UCLA men’s soccer team opens up season with exhibition draw

No. 21 UCLA men’s soccer finished last year with a record of 10-8-2, its worst in nine years. But this year, the Bruins welcomed seven freshmen players – nearly one-third of the men’s soccer team is brand new to Westwood. Read more...

Photo: Redshirt senior midfielder Brian Illoski assisted the Bruin's first goal of the season and scored their second in a match where UCLA would tie Utah Valley 2-2. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

Redshirt senior midfielder Brian Illoski assisted the Bruin's first goal of the season and scored their second in a match where UCLA would tie Utah Valley 2-2. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

The 2017 outdoor track and field season was then-freshman Rai Benjamin's first full season as a Bruin but it was also his last – despite being one of UCLA's highest ranked sprinters. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)

UCLA’s track and field program fails to keep another of its star athletes

Hurdler Rai Benjamin is yet another example of a worrying trend at Drake Stadium. The rising sophomore recently announced halfway through his stunning collegiate track and field career that he will be transferring from UCLA to USC. Read more...

Photo: The 2017 outdoor track and field season was then-freshman Rai Benjamin's first full season as a Bruin but it was also his last – despite being one of UCLA's highest ranked sprinters. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)

The 2017 outdoor track and field season was then-freshman Rai Benjamin's first full season as a Bruin but it was also his last – despite being one of UCLA's highest ranked sprinters. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)

UCLA coaching legend Jim Bush passed away at the age of 90 on Monday. Bush coached more than two dozen Olympians and led the Bruins to victory over USC more than ten times in his career. (Creative commons photo by Trackinfo via Wikimedia Commons)

Former track and field coach Jim Bush remembered for great successes

UCLA lost one of its most influential and successful coaches last week. Jim Bush was UCLA’s head track and field coach for nearly two decades, from 1965 to 1984. Read more...

Photo: UCLA coaching legend Jim Bush passed away at the age of 90 on Monday. Bush coached more than two dozen Olympians and led the Bruins to victory over USC more than ten times in his career. (Creative commons photo by Trackinfo via Wikimedia Commons)

UCLA coaching legend Jim Bush passed away at the age of 90 on Monday. Bush coached more than two dozen Olympians and led the Bruins to victory over USC more than ten times in his career. (Creative commons photo by Trackinfo via Wikimedia Commons)


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