Tuesday, November 20

The UCLA men’s cross country team qualified for NCAA Championships last season and the women advanced as far as regionals in director Avery Anderson’s first year at the helm. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Cross country opens season with strong performances in Fresno

The Bruins kicked off the season with podium finishes. UCLA cross country competed in the Fresno State Invitational on Saturday morning hosted at Woodward Park in Fresno, California. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA men’s cross country team qualified for NCAA Championships last season and the women advanced as far as regionals in director Avery Anderson’s first year at the helm. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

The UCLA men’s cross country team qualified for NCAA Championships last season and the women advanced as far as regionals in director Avery Anderson’s first year at the helm. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Senior utility Alex Roelse led UCLA men's water polo to its third title in four years this fall. He scored career-highs 35 times for the Bruins this season, including six goals in four postseason games. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Battle of the editors: Four standout performers in UCLA Athletics this fall season

Melissa Zhang, assistant Sports editor Jessie FlemingWomen’s soccer, sophomore midfielder Fleming’s presence on the field was one reason for the success of UCLA women’s soccer this year. Read more...

Photo: Senior utility Alex Roelse led UCLA men's water polo to its third title in four years this fall. He scored career-highs 35 times for the Bruins this season, including six goals in four postseason games. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Senior utility Alex Roelse led UCLA men's water polo to its third title in four years this fall. He scored career-highs 35 times for the Bruins this season, including six goals in four postseason games. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Freshman Erika Adler recalls visiting UCLA and falling in love with the school, but she never thought she'd be wearing blue and gold as a cross country athlete. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)

Freshman cross country star, former cheerleader surpasses expectations

On most evenings in the fall of 2015, high school cheerleader Erika Adler finished her homework and got ready to run. It was for fun – that was how she always ran, with her father biking beside her. Read more...

Photo: Freshman Erika Adler recalls visiting UCLA and falling in love with the school, but she never thought she'd be wearing blue and gold as a cross country athlete. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)

Freshman Erika Adler recalls visiting UCLA and falling in love with the school, but she never thought she'd be wearing blue and gold as a cross country athlete. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)

UCLA cross country took part in its fourth NCAA Division I Championship meet in the same number of years. Sophomore Garrett Reynolds finished in 121st overall for the Bruins. (Photo courtesy of Ricky Bassman)

Men’s cross country finishes 21st out of 31 teams at NCAA finals

The best 250 runners in the country all jostled for position as they began their last 10,000 meters of the year. “At the start, it feels like you’re in a dead sprint,” sophomore Colin Burke said. Read more...

Photo: UCLA cross country took part in its fourth NCAA Division I Championship meet in the same number of years. Sophomore Garrett Reynolds finished in 121st overall for the Bruins. (Photo courtesy of Ricky Bassman)

UCLA cross country took part in its fourth NCAA Division I Championship meet in the same number of years. Sophomore Garrett Reynolds finished in 121st overall for the Bruins. (Photo courtesy of Ricky Bassman)

The UCLA men's cross country team will be rejoined by junior Robert Brandt this weekend after he took a week off with a slight injury. Brandt lead the Bruins in several meets during his 2017 campaign. (courtesy of Ricky Bassman)

Men’s cross country aims for top-10 finish at NCAA championship

Early Wednesday morning nine Bruin runners began their trip across the country, with the biggest race of the season just days away. The men of UCLA cross country will compete Saturday in Louisville, Kentucky, at the NCAA Division I Championship meet for the fourth consecutive year. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA men's cross country team will be rejoined by junior Robert Brandt this weekend after he took a week off with a slight injury. Brandt lead the Bruins in several meets during his 2017 campaign. (courtesy of Ricky Bassman)

The UCLA men's cross country team will be rejoined by junior Robert Brandt this weekend after he took a week off with a slight injury. Brandt lead the Bruins in several meets during his 2017 campaign. (courtesy of Ricky Bassman)

The UCLA men's and women's cross country teams competed at Seattle on Friday, and both teams were hoping for an at-large bid to the NCAA Division I championships. However, just the men qualified, 2017 being their fourth year in a row. (Courtesy of Ricky Bassman)

Men’s cross country may run for finals, women’s team wraps up season

Over 400 runners, more than 30 teams, and just 2 teams guaranteed a spot in the finals. The men and women of the UCLA cross country team competed Friday at the NCAA West Regionals in Seattle with their sights set on the national championship. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA men's and women's cross country teams competed at Seattle on Friday, and both teams were hoping for an at-large bid to the NCAA Division I championships. However, just the men qualified, 2017 being their fourth year in a row. (Courtesy of Ricky Bassman)

The UCLA men's and women's cross country teams competed at Seattle on Friday, and both teams were hoping for an at-large bid to the NCAA Division I championships. However, just the men qualified, 2017 being their fourth year in a row. (Courtesy of Ricky Bassman)

The NCAA West Regional is the critical meet for the Bruins that will determine whether they will be able to go to the national championship meet or not. Assistant coach Jennifer DeRego believes her team, which is ranked No. 8 in the West Region, will be able to qualify. 
(Courtesy of Ricky Bassman)

Cross Country confident in qualifying for national championship

There’s only one meet that stands between UCLA cross country and this year’s national championship meet: the NCAA West Regional. “We have really great talent on this team,” said freshman Erika Adler. Read more...

Photo: The NCAA West Regional is the critical meet for the Bruins that will determine whether they will be able to go to the national championship meet or not. Assistant coach Jennifer DeRego believes her team, which is ranked No. 8 in the West Region, will be able to qualify. (Courtesy of Ricky Bassman)

The NCAA West Regional is the critical meet for the Bruins that will determine whether they will be able to go to the national championship meet or not. Assistant coach Jennifer DeRego believes her team, which is ranked No. 8 in the West Region, will be able to qualify. 
(Courtesy of Ricky Bassman)


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