Saturday, September 22

The UCLA Kendo Club recently held its third Yuhihai Kendo Tournament in the UCLA Student Activities Center gymnasium this past weekend. The tournament featured approximately 80 participants and 15 teams from nine separate schools. The Bruins took home first place in the Yuhihai Team Division, defeating UC Davis in the final.

UCLA wins annual kendo tournament

There was thunder in the Student Activities Center gym this past weekend. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA Kendo Club recently held its third Yuhihai Kendo Tournament in the UCLA Student Activities Center gymnasium this past weekend. The tournament featured approximately 80 participants and 15 teams from nine separate schools. The Bruins took home first place in the Yuhihai Team Division, defeating UC Davis in the final.

The UCLA Kendo Club recently held its third Yuhihai Kendo Tournament in the UCLA Student Activities Center gymnasium this past weekend. The tournament featured approximately 80 participants and 15 teams from nine separate schools. The Bruins took home first place in the Yuhihai Team Division, defeating UC Davis in the final.

Junior diver Karina Silva won the 3-meter event against the Bears on Saturday, but the UCLA swim and dive team fell to No. 4 Stanford and No. 5 Cal this weekend.

Swim and dive loses to Bay Area schools

As the swimmers turned and headed for home in the last leg of the 4x100 freestyle relay, the final event of the day, UCLA and California were locked in an extremely close battle that had the small crowd at the Spieker Aquatics Center louder than ever. Read more...

Photo: Junior diver Karina Silva won the 3-meter event against the Bears on Saturday, but the UCLA swim and dive team fell to No. 4 Stanford and No. 5 Cal this weekend.

Junior diver Karina Silva won the 3-meter event against the Bears on Saturday, but the UCLA swim and dive team fell to No. 4 Stanford and No. 5 Cal this weekend.





Passion fuels club badminton

At the conclusion of an open-gym Thursday at Pardee Gymnasium, student athletes gulp down water while donning their sweat-soaked athletic garb, creating a scene that's nothing like the traditional perception of badminton as a backyard sport played at family reunions. Read more...