Friday, October 19

W. gym rolling through early season

W. gym rolling through early season Bruins give Kondos her best start in six years as head coach By Esther Hui Daily Bruin Senior Staff It was a wild night of gymnastics at the Wooden Center Saturday night, where the UCLA women’s gymnastics team defeated Stanford and Santa Barbara by almost five points (193.275 – 188.500). Read more...


M. tennis plays host to winless Mustangs

M. tennis plays host to winless Mustangs Bruins hope for continued momentum in today’s match at L.A. Tennis Center By Mark Singerton After an impressive outing against Pacific, the fourth-ranked UCLA men’s tennis team looks to ride another wave against Southern Methodist today at the Los Angeles Tennis Center. Read more...


Noonan steps into volleyball’s starting lineup

Noonan steps into volleyball’s starting lineup Sophomore moves into Nygaard’s old position at opposite By Lawrence Ma Daily Bruin Senior Staff SANTA BARBARA –Reputedly the hardest hitter on the UCLA men’s volleyball team, Matt Noonan has toiled in relative obscurity in the program, after coming to UCLA in 1993 from Escondido’s San Pasqual High School. Read more...


W. swim makes midseason roster adjustment

W. swim makes midseason roster adjustment Noda returns after leave of absence; injuries force Perry to call it a season By Ross Bersot The entrance to Men’s Gym Pool has been like a revolving door lately, as the UCLA swim team welcomed the return of Mayuka Noda on the heels of the untimely loss of Michelle Perry. Read more...


Baseball wins season-opening series

Baseball wins season-opening series Bruins say ‘aloha’ to U. of Hawaii, win two of three By Ruben Gutierrez The UCLA baseball team returned from their season-opening three-game series at the University of Hawaii with two victories and one loss. Read more...


Now, who’s

Now, who’s the Pac-10′s best guard? Random reflections and ruminations on the most satisfying weekend road trip of the Jim Harrick era … Before the UCLA men’s basketball team had even boarded the airplane en route to Tucson, Arizona head coach Lute Olson had already managed to run his usually mild-mannered mouth. Read more...


She leads

She leads the youth movement By Hye Kwon Some people might think that the youth movement will begin for UCLA women’s basketball team when the three highly regarded freshmen (Takiyah Jackson, Mari Burningham and Erica Gomez) take the floor next year. Read more...