Thursday, November 22

M. track’s rivalry with USC: a tale of two eras

Monday, May 6, 1996 After falling first 33 times to Troy, since ’66 Bruins are 25-5By Emmanuelle Ejercito Daily Bruin Staff Thirty years after ending USC’s streak of 33 victories at the annual UCLA-USC dual meet, the UCLA men’s track team continued a streak of its own Saturday at Drake Stadium. Read more...


Baseball takes it easy with Division II match-u

Friday, May 3, 1996 Cal State L.A., Dominguez Hills provide little threatBy Brian Purcell Daily Bruin Contributor This should be the easiest weekend of the year for the 20th-ranked UCLA baseball team, as it takes a respite from its Six-Pac schedule to play Division II Cal State Los Angeles and Cal State Dominguez Hills. Read more...



Game of year punctuated by players of year

Friday, May 3, 1996 UCLA’s Metzger, Hawaii’s Katz headline Saturday’s battle for national titleBy Ruben Gutierrez Daily Bruin Staff UCLA setter Stein Metzger and Hawaii opposite hitter Yuval Katz may be different players on the volleyball court, but they both share the distinction of being considered the best in the country by the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA). Read more...


Softball looks to stretch streak with Nor-Cal visit

Friday, May 3, 1996 No. 4 Bruins face tough test with Cal, but should cruise by CardinalBy Brent Boyd Daily Bruin Contributor Playing some of their best softball of the season, the Bruins will travel to the Bay Area this weekend to try and match their longest winning streak of the year. Read more...


Spikers fly past Lewis to final

Friday, May 3, 1996 Bruins sweep Flyers in NCAA semi-final, face Rainbows in title matchBy Mark Shapiro Daily Bruin Staff Collegiate volleyball aficionados could not have asked for a better way to decide Saturday’s NCAA final than to have the team ranked No. Read more...


Rare underdog status given to w. track in upcom

Friday, May 3, 1996 Trojans will provide stiff competition for Bruins during final home meetBy Scott Yamaguchi Daily Bruin Senior Staff In her three years as head coach of the UCLA women’s track and field team, Jeanette Bolden has developed a nasty habit of underestimating her team in pre-meet dope sheets. Read more...