Tuesday, March 26

Baseball Notes

Tuesday, April 9, 1996 UCLA steps up to plate against Long Beach By Yoni Tamler Daily Bruin Staff The No. 11 UCLA baseball team has shown itself to be a darn good ball club ­ and no one’s going to debate that. Read more...


Bruin bats make history

Tuesday, April 9, 1996 Loss of Ammirato doesn’t stop baseball from sweeping BearsBy Yoni Tamler Daily Bruin Staff In sweeping a three-game series with the California Golden Bears on the road, the UCLA baseball team did something it had not done since 1979. Read more...


M.Tennis ready to rally with Anteaters

Tuesday, April 9, 1996 Bruins hope to keep focused after big win against StanfordBy Mark Shapiro Daily Bruin Staff Only a few days removed from the biggest match of the season, the top-ranked UCLA men’s tennis team has been called to arms yet again as UC Irvine comes to town. Read more...


Climbing their way to the top

(left): The UCLA women’s gym squad gathers for a cheer between rotations. (right): Kiralee Hayashi mounts with a press-to handstand on beam. (above right): Coach Valorie Kondos gathers the team together after the meet for motivation and constructive criticism. Read more...


Tennis coach to leave with satisfaction

Tuesday, April 9, 1996 Zaima happy with his last home match, will miss seeing players’ games matureBy Hye Kwon Daily Bruin Staff Last Saturday’s match against California not only marked the last home match for three members of the UCLA women’s tennis team, it also marked the last home match for departing head coach Bill Zaima. Read more...


Seniors salvage Bin weekend

Sunday, April 7, 1996 W. tennis comes back from Stanford loss to win 5-4 home match against BearsBy Hye Kwon Daily Bruin Staff It was senior day at the Los Angeles Tennis Center on Saturday afternoon, when the sixth-ranked UCLA women’s tennis team took on California. Read more...


W. track loses footing in Texas

Monday, April 8, 1996 By Scott Yamaguchi Daily Bruin Staff In a meet where it was sure to face some of the stiffest competition of the season, the UCLA women’s track and field team found its most imposing foe to be Mother Nature. Read more...