Monday, February 18

Ryan Garcia – one of four UCLA baseball players on the Wareham Gatemen – pitched two playoff gems en route to a Cape Cod Baseball League championship. Garcia, Jeremy Ydens, Ryan Kreidler and Jack Ralston all made the trip to Massachusetts to play in the most prestigious summer ball league this year. (Abraham Ramirez/Daily Bruin)

Bruin baseball players at bat in premier summer league on Cape Cod

There was UCLA, Purdue, Florida State, Pittsburgh, Houston and Yale apparel scattered throughout the loud, dimly lit Mexican restaurant. Nearly 30 college baseball players – along with an entire coaching staff, training staff and front office – were all crammed into the front room of El Mariachi, a popular restaurant in downtown Wareham, Massachusetts. Read more...

Photo: Ryan Garcia – one of four UCLA baseball players on the Wareham Gatemen – pitched two playoff gems en route to a Cape Cod Baseball League championship. Garcia, Jeremy Ydens, Ryan Kreidler and Jack Ralston all made the trip to Massachusetts to play in the most prestigious summer ball league this year. (Abraham Ramirez/Daily Bruin)

Ryan Garcia – one of four UCLA baseball players on the Wareham Gatemen – pitched two playoff gems en route to a Cape Cod Baseball League championship. Garcia, Jeremy Ydens, Ryan Kreidler and Jack Ralston all made the trip to Massachusetts to play in the most prestigious summer ball league this year. (Abraham Ramirez/Daily Bruin)

UCLA men's basketball announced its 13 out-of-conference regular season games Wednesday afternoon. Nine of the matchups will be at home, and the Bruins will take on five big-time NCAA Division I programs. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

Men’s basketball finalizes nonconference schedule for upcoming season

The first half of the Bruins’ schedule was made official Wednesday. With less than 12 weeks until the start of the season, UCLA men’s basketball announced its out-of-conference schedule, consisting of five matchups against Power Five and AAC opponents. Read more...

Photo: UCLA men's basketball announced its 13 out-of-conference regular season games Wednesday afternoon. Nine of the matchups will be at home, and the Bruins will take on five big-time NCAA Division I programs. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

UCLA men's basketball announced its 13 out-of-conference regular season games Wednesday afternoon. Nine of the matchups will be at home, and the Bruins will take on five big-time NCAA Division I programs. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

The NCAA introduced several new rules for men's basketball last week, allowing "elite" high school players to interact with approved agents and letting some undrafted players return to school. There was no update on punishments for the violations discovered in the FBI probe in February. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Un-Connon Opinions: NCAA rule overhaul cannot end corruption in men’s basketball

College basketball is about to get even more complicated. The NCAA announced several major rule changes last week regarding student-athletes pursuing NBA careers. Undrafted players who are invited to the NBA Combine will now be allowed to return to school, “elite” high school prospects are allowed to have official relationships with NCAA and USA Basketball-approved agents and the recruiting calendar is changing drastically. Read more...

Photo: The NCAA introduced several new rules for men's basketball last week, allowing "elite" high school players to interact with approved agents and letting some undrafted players return to school. There was no update on punishments for the violations discovered in the FBI probe in February. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The NCAA introduced several new rules for men's basketball last week, allowing "elite" high school players to interact with approved agents and letting some undrafted players return to school. There was no update on punishments for the violations discovered in the FBI probe in February. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

(Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

The Rundown: Aug. 6

Women’s soccerGabriel McCarthy, assistant Sports editor Three UCLA women’s soccer players traveled to France to compete in the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup. Bruin rising sophomores forward Ashley Sanchez and midfielder Viviana Villacorta will represent the U.S squad. Read more...

Photo: (Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

(Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

(Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

The Rundown: July 30

TennisAngie Forburger, assistant Sports editor UCLA men’s and women’s tennis both received academic recognition from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association this past week. Both teams were named 2018 ITA All-Academic Teams, having a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or above. Read more...

Photo: (Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

(Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

Rising UCLA senior Sarah Sponcil earned the bronze medal at a FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour tournament in Haiyang, China, this week. Sponcil competed with Caitlin Ledoux, a professional player out of Long Beach State. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Rundown: July 23

Beach volleyballAngie Forburger, assistant Sports editor Competing on the other side of the world didn’t faze one Bruin. Rising UCLA senior Sarah Sponcil took home the bronze medal this week at the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour tournament in Haiyang, China, with partner Caitlin Ledoux – a professional player out of Long Beach State. Read more...

Photo: Rising UCLA senior Sarah Sponcil earned the bronze medal at a FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour tournament in Haiyang, China, this week. Sponcil competed with Caitlin Ledoux, a professional player out of Long Beach State. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Rising UCLA senior Sarah Sponcil earned the bronze medal at a FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour tournament in Haiyang, China, this week. Sponcil competed with Caitlin Ledoux, a professional player out of Long Beach State. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Two former Bruins finished in the top 12 in this year's Open Championship. 2008 NCAA  individual champion Kevin Chappell led for several holes Sunday, eventually tying for sixth place with Tiger Woods. (Creative Commons photo by Richard Webb via Wikipedia Commons)

Former UCLA men’s golfer ties for sixth place in 2018 Open Championship

It was a star-studded race to the finish at the 2018 Open Championship. Tiger Woods, Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose and Matt Kuchar were all fighting for a position atop the leaderboards in the final round. Read more...

Photo: Two former Bruins finished in the top 12 in this year's Open Championship. 2008 NCAA individual champion Kevin Chappell led for several holes Sunday, eventually tying for sixth place with Tiger Woods. (Creative Commons photo by Richard Webb via Wikipedia Commons)

Two former Bruins finished in the top 12 in this year's Open Championship. 2008 NCAA  individual champion Kevin Chappell led for several holes Sunday, eventually tying for sixth place with Tiger Woods. (Creative Commons photo by Richard Webb via Wikipedia Commons)


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