Thursday, December 5


Director of Athletics Dan Guerrero spent four years as a second baseman for the Bruins and graduated from UCLA in 1974.

The Chairman

Dan Guerrero's executive responsibilities essentially mandate that he exude professionalism around the clock. Read more...

Photo: Director of Athletics Dan Guerrero spent four years as a second baseman for the Bruins and graduated from UCLA in 1974.

Director of Athletics Dan Guerrero spent four years as a second baseman for the Bruins and graduated from UCLA in 1974.


ALEXA SMAHL/daily bruin
Sophomore first baseman Dean Espy, who was batted in by third baseman Tyler Rahmatulla's sacrifice fly, scored the winning run during the Bruin's 5-4 victory over Nebraska Saturday at Jackie Robinson Stadium.

Espy hits well in weekend’s home series

Dean Espy already had UCLA's biggest hit of the game, but when he came to the plate in the ninth inning Saturday against Nebraska, he needed to get another rally going. Read more...

Photo: ALEXA SMAHL/daily bruin Sophomore first baseman Dean Espy, who was batted in by third baseman Tyler Rahmatulla's sacrifice fly, scored the winning run during the Bruin's 5-4 victory over Nebraska Saturday at Jackie Robinson Stadium.

ALEXA SMAHL/daily bruin
Sophomore first baseman Dean Espy, who was batted in by third baseman Tyler Rahmatulla's sacrifice fly, scored the winning run during the Bruin's 5-4 victory over Nebraska Saturday at Jackie Robinson Stadium.



Bruins and Trojans gather on the field before Sunday's clash at Dodger Stadium, an event that drew a college baseball season-high 14,588 fans. The teams hope to continue the event next season and beyond.

Baseball’s stats are looking good

As far as numbers go, the UCLA baseball team is having itself some kind of season. Read more...

Photo: Bruins and Trojans gather on the field before Sunday's clash at Dodger Stadium, an event that drew a college baseball season-high 14,588 fans. The teams hope to continue the event next season and beyond.

Bruins and Trojans gather on the field before Sunday's clash at Dodger Stadium, an event that drew a college baseball season-high 14,588 fans. The teams hope to continue the event next season and beyond.