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Senior defender Chancellor Ramirez and the rest of the UCLA men's water polo senior class broke and set records in Westwood, but didn't have enough to close their careers out as three-time national champions after an early exit from the tournament Saturday. (Wesley Hardin/Daily Bruin)
Senior defender Chancellor Ramirez and the rest of the UCLA men's water polo senior class broke and set records in Westwood, but didn't have enough to close their careers out as three-time national champions after an early exit from the tournament Saturday. (Wesley Hardin/Daily Bruin)

Senior attacker Ryder Roberts led the Bruins with two goals in what would become his final collegiate game. The lefty finished his career with the seventh-most goals in UCLA men's water polo history. (Wesley Hardin/Daily Bruin)
Senior attacker Ryder Roberts led the Bruins with two goals in what would become his final collegiate game. The lefty finished his career with the seventh-most goals in UCLA men's water polo history. (Wesley Hardin/Daily Bruin)

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In the Cage: Episode IX

For what could be the final rendition of In the Cage, the men’s water polo writers mustered together a live studio audience. Some laughed, some cried, but all were intent on hearing the forecast for the biggest weekend of all – the NCAA championships. Read more...

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(Charlotte Gautier/Daily Bruin)
(Charlotte Gautier/Daily Bruin)

All that's left in the 2016 men's water polo season for redshirt senior center Alec Zwaneveld and No. 2 UCLA are two games in one of the sport's biggest spotlights – the NCAA Tournament, where the Bruins are looking to earn a third straight and UCLA's 114th national championship. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)
All that's left in the 2016 men's water polo season for redshirt senior center Alec Zwaneveld and No. 2 UCLA are two games in one of the sport's biggest spotlights – the NCAA Tournament, where the Bruins are looking to earn a third straight and UCLA's 114th national championship. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)

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Coach Adam Wright and the No. 2 Bruins took second place in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championships this past weekend, suffering a three-goal loss to No. 1 USC in the championship game. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)
Coach Adam Wright and the No. 2 Bruins took second place in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championships this past weekend, suffering a three-goal loss to No. 1 USC in the championship game. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)


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