Saturday, April 21

Milliner in 1994 match

Four more years? UCLA looks to make history Saturday against USC as it seeks a series-record fifth consecutive victory.By Eric Branch Daily Bruin Staff Of course, there will always be arguments.Go to Ann Arbor and they’ll tell you it’s Michigan-Ohio State. Read more...


Logic prevails: UCLA leader of the Pac

Logic prevails: UCLA leader of the Pac By Eric BranchSummer Bruin Columnist A wise man once said predictions are foolish. Of course, he was correct. For proof of this, just pick up any of this summer’s college football previews sometime next January. Read more...



Keeping an Open mind

By Christopher IsidroSummer Bruin Staff FLUSHING MEADOWS, N.Y. “ยน No player at the National Tennis Center could possibly be more laid-back than UCLA’s Keri Phebus. That may change Tuesday when she debuts in the United States Open main draw against Aubrie Rippen. Read more...


Prince dethroned by SAT

By Melissa AndersonSummer Bruin Staff UCLA basketball will have to look for another heir to the throne next season, since freshman recruit Tommie Prince had his SAT scores invalidated last week and will not play for the Bruins. Read more...


Elkington not allergic to majors, wins at Riviera

By Eric BranchSummer Bruin Staff Anyone familiar with the trials and tribulations of Steve Elkington knew he would drain it. They realized as he lined up his putt that would capture the PGA Championship at the Riveria Country Club Sunday that he had faced much worse. Read more...


New kid on the block

New kid on the block By Eric BranchSummer Bruin Staff After sizing up his opponent, anticipating the shot and timing the block, Jelani McCoy always has a split second to make a decision before swatting away another basketball. Read more...