Wednesday, November 21

Stanford, Washington and California are the three teams with the strongest records in Pac-12 play this year. Stanford’s final three conference matches are against UCLA, San Diego State and California – three teams the Cardinal have already beaten. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Around the League: UCLA men’s soccer set to end season with lowest win rate in 70 years

Men’s soccerNicholas Yekikian, assistant Sports editor With No. 4 Stanford’s (14-1-2, 8-0-1 Pac-12) 5-1 drubbing of UCLA (7-9-1, 4-5-0) last week, the Cardinal clinched their fourth consecutive Pac-12 title. Read more...

Photo: Stanford, Washington and California are the three teams with the strongest records in Pac-12 play this year. Stanford’s final three conference matches are against UCLA, San Diego State and California – three teams the Cardinal have already beaten. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Stanford, Washington and California are the three teams with the strongest records in Pac-12 play this year. Stanford’s final three conference matches are against UCLA, San Diego State and California – three teams the Cardinal have already beaten. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA cross country competed in its first postseason meet of the year this weekend – the Pac-12 Championships. The men were lead by the upperclassmen and their collective experience, and the women were lead by freshman Erika Adler. (Courtesy of Eric Evans Photography)

Men’s cross country third, women eighth in Pac-12 Championships

Outrun your ranking. That was assistant coach Devin Elizondo’s race plan for UCLA men’s cross country, seeded fourth going into the Pac-12 championships. “You’re very familiar with everybody at (conference meets) so there’s a little bit more on the line,” Elizondo said. Read more...

Photo: UCLA cross country competed in its first postseason meet of the year this weekend – the Pac-12 Championships. The men were lead by the upperclassmen and their collective experience, and the women were lead by freshman Erika Adler. (Courtesy of Eric Evans Photography)

UCLA cross country competed in its first postseason meet of the year this weekend – the Pac-12 Championships. The men were lead by the upperclassmen and their collective experience, and the women were lead by freshman Erika Adler. (Courtesy of Eric Evans Photography)

Cross country is the first UCLA team to end its postseason, and this weekend the top 10 men and women will be competing in Springfield, Oregon, against schools such as Colorado, Stanford and Arizona State. (Photo courtesy of Ricky Bassman)

Weekend in Preview: Men’s water polo prepares for Pacific, women’s volleyball faces Washington

This post was updated Oct. 27 at 12:04 p.m.   Cross Country Nicholas Yekikian, assistant Sports editor The No. 14 men’s cross country team has covered 40,000 meters to get to this point, and the women have raced across 25,000. Read more...

Photo: Cross country is the first UCLA team to end its postseason, and this weekend the top 10 men and women will be competing in Springfield, Oregon, against schools such as Colorado, Stanford and Arizona State. (Photo courtesy of Ricky Bassman)

Cross country is the first UCLA team to end its postseason, and this weekend the top 10 men and women will be competing in Springfield, Oregon, against schools such as Colorado, Stanford and Arizona State. (Photo courtesy of Ricky Bassman)

The Bruins raced in two locations this weekend. The meets in Madison, Wisconsin, and Santa Clara, California, were their last two regular season meets of the year.(Photo courtesy of Ricky Bassman)

UCLA cross country ends regular season with two strong finishes

The regular season is over for UCLA cross country. The year ended with the team splitting its runners between the Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitational and the Santa Clara Bronco Invitational. Read more...

Photo: The Bruins raced in two locations this weekend. The meets in Madison, Wisconsin, and Santa Clara, California, were their last two regular season meets of the year.(Photo courtesy of Ricky Bassman)

The Bruins raced in two locations this weekend. The meets in Madison, Wisconsin, and Santa Clara, California, were their last two regular season meets of the year.(Photo courtesy of Ricky Bassman)


Ten men and women who didn't participate at the Roy Griak invitational last weekend will   go to UCLA cross country's third meet of the year Saturday. (Photo courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

UCLA cross country sending fresh, eager athletes to race in invitational

UCLA cross country will compete in its third meet of the year Saturday, in Santa Clarita, California. Assistant coaches Devin Elizondo and Jennifer DeRego both plan on using the TMU cross country invitational as a place to let some fresh athletes stretch their legs. Read more...

Photo: Ten men and women who didn't participate at the Roy Griak invitational last weekend will go to UCLA cross country's third meet of the year Saturday. (Photo courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Ten men and women who didn't participate at the Roy Griak invitational last weekend will   go to UCLA cross country's third meet of the year Saturday. (Photo courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

After nearly a month between meets, UCLA cross country was back in action at the Roy Griak invitational where the men grabbed third and the women took home 10th overall. (UCLA Athletics)

Men earn third, women 10th place at Roy Griak Invitational

Nearly a month after its season opener in Arizona, No. 20 UCLA cross country took part in its second meet of the year at the Roy Griak Invitational. Read more...

Photo: After nearly a month between meets, UCLA cross country was back in action at the Roy Griak invitational where the men grabbed third and the women took home 10th overall. (UCLA Athletics)

After nearly a month between meets, UCLA cross country was back in action at the Roy Griak invitational where the men grabbed third and the women took home 10th overall. (UCLA Athletics)


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