Tuesday, November 20

Reminiscent of last season, UCLA beach volleyball fell to Pepperdine and USC early in the season. This year, however, the Bruins lost in heartbreaking fashion – two 2-3 losses – whereas they were swept 0-5 both times last season. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA beach volleyball faces two 3-2 losses at Pepperdine Kick-Off

After starting off the season with a pair of wins, the UCLA beach volleyball (2-2) team fell short to No. 4 Pepperdine (1-1) and No. 1 USC (2-0) at the Pepperdine Kick-Off in Malibu. Read more...

Photo: Reminiscent of last season, UCLA beach volleyball fell to Pepperdine and USC early in the season. This year, however, the Bruins lost in heartbreaking fashion – two 2-3 losses – whereas they were swept 0-5 both times last season. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Reminiscent of last season, UCLA beach volleyball fell to Pepperdine and USC early in the season. This year, however, the Bruins lost in heartbreaking fashion – two 2-3 losses – whereas they were swept 0-5 both times last season. (Daily Bruin file photo)


UCLA made the NCAA Tournament for the 34th consecutive year. The Bruins will now take on Colgate, champions of the Patriot League, at Drake Stadium on Thursday in the first round of the playoffs. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA men’s soccer hosts Colgate in first round of NCAA Tournament

The streak lives on. For the 34th consecutive year, UCLA men’s soccer made postseason play. The Bruins are making their 44th tournament appearance, the second most of any team save for Saint Louis, which made 48 appearances. Read more...

Photo: UCLA made the NCAA Tournament for the 34th consecutive year. The Bruins will now take on Colgate, champions of the Patriot League, at Drake Stadium on Thursday in the first round of the playoffs. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA made the NCAA Tournament for the 34th consecutive year. The Bruins will now take on Colgate, champions of the Patriot League, at Drake Stadium on Thursday in the first round of the playoffs. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)


Forward Abu Danladi is tied for the team lead at five goals this season. However, unlike his teammates who have played 17 games, the senior has reached the high-water mark in only eight games after returning from an injury. (Hannah Ye/Assistant Photo editor)

Men’s soccer depends on victory against Aztecs for shot at postseason

The UCLA men’s soccer season is on the line. Thursday night at Drake Stadium, the Bruins will finish conference play against the No. 16 Aztecs, naturally hoping for a victory but more importantly, to improve their chances at an at-large bid into postseason play. Read more...

Photo: Forward Abu Danladi is tied for the team lead at five goals this season. However, unlike his teammates who have played 17 games, the senior has reached the high-water mark in only eight games after returning from an injury. (Hannah Ye/Assistant Photo editor)

Forward Abu Danladi is tied for the team lead at five goals this season. However, unlike his teammates who have played 17 games, the senior has reached the high-water mark in only eight games after returning from an injury. (Hannah Ye/Assistant Photo editor)

Junior forward Abu Danladi led both teams with nine shots, three of which were on target, but he was unable to break through as the Bruins were shut out by the No. 11 Huskies. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Early goal carries Washington past men’s soccer for 1-0 loss

UCLA began the game trailing after an early goal and No. 11 Washington never looked back, defeating the visiting team 1-0 in an open game with several scoring opportunities. Read more...

Photo: Junior forward Abu Danladi led both teams with nine shots, three of which were on target, but he was unable to break through as the Bruins were shut out by the No. 11 Huskies. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Junior forward Abu Danladi led both teams with nine shots, three of which were on target, but he was unable to break through as the Bruins were shut out by the No. 11 Huskies. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

After a break from conference play, freshman defender Reggie Cannon and the UCLA men's soccer team will go on a two game road-trip to face No. 11 Washington. The Huskies boast a five-game winning streak and recently defeated fellow Pac-12 powerhouse No. 9 Stanford. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Men’s soccer hopes to find momentum in game against Washington

UCLA men’s soccer returns to Pac-12 conference action Thursday against No. 11 Washington in what promises to be a true road test. The Bruins will embark on their final road trip for conference play when they battle Washington and Oregon State this weekend before returning home to finish the year against San Diego State. Read more...

Photo: After a break from conference play, freshman defender Reggie Cannon and the UCLA men's soccer team will go on a two game road-trip to face No. 11 Washington. The Huskies boast a five-game winning streak and recently defeated fellow Pac-12 powerhouse No. 9 Stanford. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

After a break from conference play, freshman defender Reggie Cannon and the UCLA men's soccer team will go on a two game road-trip to face No. 11 Washington. The Huskies boast a five-game winning streak and recently defeated fellow Pac-12 powerhouse No. 9 Stanford. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)


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