Tuesday, January 23

Harrick-bashers don’t realize off-court work

Harrick-bashers don’t realize off-court work To the Editor: Halftime, April 1, 1995. UCLA 37, Oklahoma State 37. I’m leaving my seat on the third level of the Kingdome to relieve my nerves yet again in the Kingdome bathroom, when I am stopped by an all too familiar conversation. Read more...


Men’s tennis roughs up Bulldogs, 4-3

Men’s tennis roughs up Bulldogs, 4-3 Janecek bows out of LATC in style with win over Fresno State By Sarah Harrison The Fresno State Bulldogs gave the UCLA men’s tennis team a scare in Tuesday’s last home dual match of the season. Read more...



A season to savor

A season to savor By Scott Yamaguchi Daily Bruin Senior Staff T he more you consider what the UCLA men’s basketball team did throughout the 1994-95 season, the harder it becomes to believe that most college coaches picked Arkansas to win the 1995 NCAA championship game. Read more...


What they were saying in Seattle

What they were saying in Seattle By Randy Satterburg Daily Bruin Staff Sights and sounds from the 1995 Final Four … After Oklahoma State center Bryant "Big Country" Reeves’ dunk sent shattered glass flying during the team’s shoot-around at the Kingdome, a reporter asked George Zidek if he would ever want to break a backboard. Read more...


Basking in the spotlight

Basking in the spotlight After winning the title, the UCLA men’s basketball team was hurtled into a media hurricane. Now the Bruins are hailed everywhere from ‘The Tonight Show’ to the Rose Garden. Read more...


Roaring Gauchos volleyball visits No. 1 UCLA

Roaring Gauchos volleyball visits No. 1 UCLA Vociferous Velasco leads No. 5 UCSB into Pauley Pavilion for MPSF battle By Eric Branch Daily Bruin Senior Staff Like most coaches, UC Santa Barbara men’s volleyball coach Ken Preston isn’t a big fan of moral victories. Read more...