Sunday, June 25

M. tennis plays host to winless Mustangs

M. tennis plays host to winless Mustangs Bruins hope for continued momentum in today’s match at L.A. Tennis Center By Mark Singerton After an impressive outing against Pacific, the fourth-ranked UCLA men’s tennis team looks to ride another wave against Southern Methodist today at the Los Angeles Tennis Center. Read more...


Noonan steps into volleyball’s starting lineup

Noonan steps into volleyball’s starting lineup Sophomore moves into Nygaard’s old position at opposite By Lawrence Ma Daily Bruin Senior Staff SANTA BARBARA –Reputedly the hardest hitter on the UCLA men’s volleyball team, Matt Noonan has toiled in relative obscurity in the program, after coming to UCLA in 1993 from Escondido’s San Pasqual High School. Read more...


W. swim makes midseason roster adjustment

W. swim makes midseason roster adjustment Noda returns after leave of absence; injuries force Perry to call it a season By Ross Bersot The entrance to Men’s Gym Pool has been like a revolving door lately, as the UCLA swim team welcomed the return of Mayuka Noda on the heels of the untimely loss of Michelle Perry. Read more...



Torpid men’s tennis slugs UOP in foul weather

Torpid men’s tennis slugs UOP in foul weather By Mark Singerton Cloudy skies blackened the Los Angeles Tennis Center Saturday as the fourth-ranked UCLA men’s tennis team overcame sluggish play and frigid weather to defeat Pacific, 7-0. Read more...


Men’s volleyball gets off to winning start

Men’s volleyball gets off to winning start Noonan, Speraw lead in sweep of No. 7 UCSB By Lawrence Ma Daily Bruin Senior Staff SANTA BARBARA — When the UCLA men’s volleyball team opened the 1994 season with the UC Santa Barbara Collegiate Invitational a year ago, the Bruins were aiming to begin an undefeated season by winning the tournament title. Read more...


W. basketball loses a tough one to U. of Arizona

W. basketball loses a tough one to U. of Arizona Despite 21 second-half points from Hughes, UCLA could not overcome 16-point deficit in enough time to win By Hye Kwon In what has to be the toughest loss in the season thus far, the UCLA women’s basketball team fell to Arizona, 64-61, on Saturday afternoon at Pauley Pavilion. Read more...