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W. track roll into NCAA meet…

Wednesday, May 29, 1996 Bruins hope for top-three team finish, individual titlesBy Scott Yamaguchi Daily Bruin Staff Fueled by the disappointment of losing its Pacific 10 Conference Championship two weeks ago, the UCLA women’s track and field team opens competition today in the four-day NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Ore. Read more...


Slover vaulting his way to top of field…

Wednesday, May 29, 1996 Following father, ability is natural for Bruin sophomoreBy Emmanuelle Ejercito Daily Bruin Staff With his father, Robert, a competitor at the Olympic Trials in 1968 and 1972, it seems only natural that UCLA sophomore Scott Slover would have had vaulting aspirations since he could walk. Read more...




W. golf finish fourth in NCAA Championship

Tuesday, May 28, 1996 Final hole on final day proves problematic, Choi third individuallyBy Christopher Isidro Daily Bruin Senior Staff LA QUINTA, Calif. — There may be 18 holes on a golf course, but it only takes one to make or break the day. Read more...


Hurricanes take wind out of baseball’s sail

Tuesday, May 28, 1996 Bruins lose regional final, 8-4, as Miami heads to OmahaBy Brian Purcell Daily Bruin Contributor AUSTIN, Texas — Just prior to the start of Sunday night’s Central I Regional championship game between UCLA and Miami, a plane flew overhead bearing the sign, "Go UCLA, Omaha bound." While this gesture seemed to fire up the players and definitely excited the crowd, the only luck it brought was bad, as the Bruins fell short in their attempt at a fourth consecutive come-from-behind victory, falling to the Hurricanes, 8-4. Read more...