Sunday, March 24





Members of the 2010 UCLA baseball team react after losing 2-1 in the 11th inning to South Carolina in game 2 of last year's College World Series in Omaha, Neb. This year, the No. 17 Bruins will begin the postseason by hosting the Los Angeles Regional and will begin play against San Francisco Friday.

UCLA baseball team begins down road to redemption with matchup against San Francisco in Los Angeles Regional

It's selection Monday in the clubhouse at UCLA's Jackie Robinson Stadium and ESPN's college baseball selection show opens with a montage of images and plays from last year's College World Series. Read more...

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Members of the 2010 UCLA baseball team react after losing 2-1 in the 11th inning to South Carolina in game 2 of last year's College World Series in Omaha, Neb. This year, the No. 17 Bruins will begin the postseason by hosting the Los Angeles Regional and will begin play against San Francisco Friday.

Members of the 2010 UCLA baseball team react after losing 2-1 in the 11th inning to South Carolina in game 2 of last year's College World Series in Omaha, Neb. This year, the No. 17 Bruins will begin the postseason by hosting the Los Angeles Regional and will begin play against San Francisco Friday.

Junior first baseman Dean Espy (far left) and No. 17 UCLA clinched the Pac-10 title this weekend, despite its 10-5 loss to No. 10 Arizona State on Sunday. The Bruins also learned that they will be one of the 16 teams hosting an NCAA Regional, although they have the worst RPI among the host teams.

Baseball finds glory in weekend play, as it wins the Pac-10 Championship against Arizona State and will also host an NCAA Regional

What a difference a weekend makes. Read more...

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Junior first baseman Dean Espy (far left) and No. 17 UCLA clinched the Pac-10 title this weekend, despite its 10-5 loss to No. 10 Arizona State on Sunday. The Bruins also learned that they will be one of the 16 teams hosting an NCAA Regional, although they have the worst RPI among the host teams.

Junior first baseman Dean Espy (far left) and No. 17 UCLA clinched the Pac-10 title this weekend, despite its 10-5 loss to No. 10 Arizona State on Sunday. The Bruins also learned that they will be one of the 16 teams hosting an NCAA Regional, although they have the worst RPI among the host teams.

UCLA coach John Savage and the Bruins sit one game behind conference leader Oregon State as they head to Arizona State for their last conference series.

Baseball welcomes road series

Most coaches wouldn't call a road trip to play the nation's No. 8 team "ideal," but UCLA's John Savage isn't most coaches. Read more...

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UCLA coach John Savage and the Bruins sit one game behind conference leader Oregon State as they head to Arizona State for their last conference series.

UCLA coach John Savage and the Bruins sit one game behind conference leader Oregon State as they head to Arizona State for their last conference series.


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