Tuesday, April 24

After dropping his singles match against Oregon on Friday, Logan Staggs came back with a win against Washington on Sunday. The senior currently posts a 19-7 singles record on the year.
(Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Men’s tennis trumps Washington to maintain winning streak

UCLA men’s tennis swept the first weekend of conference play to continue its four-match win streak. No. 4 UCLA (15-2, 2-0 Pac-12) triumphed over Oregon (9-6, 0-2) and Washington (8-7, 0-2) with a 4-1 score in both matches Friday and Sunday, respectively. Read more...

Photo: After dropping his singles match against Oregon on Friday, Logan Staggs came back with a win against Washington on Sunday. The senior currently posts a 19-7 singles record on the year. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

After dropping his singles match against Oregon on Friday, Logan Staggs came back with a win against Washington on Sunday. The senior currently posts a 19-7 singles record on the year.
(Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Senior infielder Kylee Perez and the rest of the Bruins will be on the road for the fourth week in a row. It will be the fifth and final time this season they will have to play more four or more games over a period of three days. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

Weekend in Preview: Softball faces ranked teams, women’s tennis begins Pac-12 play

Softball Nicholas Yekikian, assistant Sports editor UCLA softball is headed to its final five-game weekend of the year. The No. 3 Bruins (19-0) will face two ranked opponents at the Louisville Slugger Invitational – No. Read more...

Photo: Senior infielder Kylee Perez and the rest of the Bruins will be on the road for the fourth week in a row. It will be the fifth and final time this season they will have to play more four or more games over a period of three days. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

Senior infielder Kylee Perez and the rest of the Bruins will be on the road for the fourth week in a row. It will be the fifth and final time this season they will have to play more four or more games over a period of three days. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

Keegan Smith is one of the high-performing freshman on this season's roster, ranked No. 72 in singles and No. 39 in doubles with partner senior Austin Rapp. Smith posts a 24-6 singles record for the season so far. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Freshmen efforts propel men’s tennis to 13-2 overall record

With a 13-2 overall record, No. 4 UCLA men’s tennis is one of the elite programs in the nation this season, thanks in part to the major contributions from the team’s freshmen. Read more...

Photo: Keegan Smith is one of the high-performing freshman on this season's roster, ranked No. 72 in singles and No. 39 in doubles with partner senior Austin Rapp. Smith posts a 24-6 singles record for the season so far. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Keegan Smith is one of the high-performing freshman on this season's roster, ranked No. 72 in singles and No. 39 in doubles with partner senior Austin Rapp. Smith posts a 24-6 singles record for the season so far. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Senior Austin Rapp and his partner freshman Keegan Smith reached the finals of the Pacific Coast Men's Doubles Championship this weekend but fell to a team from USC. This was the farthest a Bruin pair had gone in the tournament since reaching the semifinals in 2017. (Anna Moreno-Takegami/Daily Bruin)

Despite losses, men’s tennis shows improvement at doubles championships

The Bruins’ doubles teams showed improvement at this year’s Pacific Coast Men’s Doubles Championship. No. 4 UCLA men’s tennis (13-2) fell just short in the finals of the main draw, but won the consolation championship this weekend in La Jolla, California. Read more...

Photo: Senior Austin Rapp and his partner freshman Keegan Smith reached the finals of the Pacific Coast Men's Doubles Championship this weekend but fell to a team from USC. This was the farthest a Bruin pair had gone in the tournament since reaching the semifinals in 2017. (Anna Moreno-Takegami/Daily Bruin)

Senior Austin Rapp and his partner freshman Keegan Smith reached the finals of the Pacific Coast Men's Doubles Championship this weekend but fell to a team from USC. This was the farthest a Bruin pair had gone in the tournament since reaching the semifinals in 2017. (Anna Moreno-Takegami/Daily Bruin)

Junior Maxime Cressy will partner with freshman Bryce Pereira as the ninth-seeded pair in this weekend's 129th Annual Pacific Coast Men’s Doubles Championship. The duo won its most recent doubles match against USC on Tuesday and posts a 10-5 overall record for the season. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Men’s tennis to compete in last match before conference play

After an intensive nonconference schedule, the Bruins finally have an opportunity to relax. Five doubles pairs will represent No. 4 UCLA (13-2) at the 129th Annual Pacific Coast Men’s Doubles Championship at La Jolla, California, this weekend. Read more...

Photo: Junior Maxime Cressy will partner with freshman Bryce Pereira as the ninth-seeded pair in this weekend's 129th Annual Pacific Coast Men’s Doubles Championship. The duo won its most recent doubles match against USC on Tuesday and posts a 10-5 overall record for the season. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Junior Maxime Cressy will partner with freshman Bryce Pereira as the ninth-seeded pair in this weekend's 129th Annual Pacific Coast Men’s Doubles Championship. The duo won its most recent doubles match against USC on Tuesday and posts a 10-5 overall record for the season. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Keegan Smith was victorious in singles to help UCLA defeat USC on Tuesday. The freshman and his partner senior Austin Rapp also took home a doubles win to help the Bruins get the doubles point. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Men’s tennis defeats USC 4-2, defending perfect record at home

The Trojans looked to break the Bruins’ undefeated record at home – but UCLA didn’t let that happen. No. 4 UCLA men’s tennis (13-2) defeated crosstown rival No. Read more...

Photo: Keegan Smith was victorious in singles to help UCLA defeat USC on Tuesday. The freshman and his partner senior Austin Rapp also took home a doubles win to help the Bruins get the doubles point. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Keegan Smith was victorious in singles to help UCLA defeat USC on Tuesday. The freshman and his partner senior Austin Rapp also took home a doubles win to help the Bruins get the doubles point. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Evan Zhu was victorious for the Bruins in singles on court one against Portland on Friday. The sophomore paired with Austin Rapp and took home a doubles win as well. (Anna Moreno-Takegami/Daily Bruin)

UCLA men’s tennis to face matchup against USC in home game

The Bruins split last year’s series against their crosstown rivals with each team winning 12 total points apiece. No. 4 UCLA men’s tennis (12-2) will host No. Read more...

Photo: Evan Zhu was victorious for the Bruins in singles on court one against Portland on Friday. The sophomore paired with Austin Rapp and took home a doubles win as well. (Anna Moreno-Takegami/Daily Bruin)

Evan Zhu was victorious for the Bruins in singles on court one against Portland on Friday. The sophomore paired with Austin Rapp and took home a doubles win as well. (Anna Moreno-Takegami/Daily Bruin)


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