Wednesday, April 24

Baseball sinks at Sunken Diamond

Monday, April 29, 1996 Without Adams and Zamora, Bruins lose three to StanfordBy Yoni Tamler Daily Bruin Staff On Friday the No. 13 UCLA baseball team drifted into a peaceful slumber, comforted by the visions of it’s three-game lead of second place in the Six-Pac and, accordingly, a high seeding in the forthcoming regional playoffs. Read more...


Road to Knoxville begins today at Newport Beach

Monday, April 29, 1996 M. golf hopes its Pac-10 performance clears way to NCAA tournamentBy Arthur Choung Daily Bruin Contributor At this time a year ago, the UCLA men’s golf team struggled to make the NCAA Regionals and failed to reach nationals for the second consecutive year. Read more...


Bruins ready to challenge Oregon State

Friday, April 26, 1996 No. 4 softball heads north for two Pac-10 doubleheadersBy Brent Boyd Daily Bruin Contributor The UCLA softball team heads out on the road once again this weekend, surpassing the halfway mark in its season-ending 14-game road trip when they play consecutive doubleheaders against Pacific 10 foes Oregon State and Oregon. Read more...


Bruins host a weekend of w.water polo

Friday, April 26, 1996 Top-ranked UCLA looks to qualify for national championship tourneyBy Mark J. Dittmer Daily Bruin Contributor If anyone is upset at how few home games the UCLA women’s water polo team has had this season, this is their weekend. Read more...


Overexertion m. track¹s concern in Davis

Friday, April 26, 1996 On track, usual suspects will run unusual events, while field loses Ogden to RavensBy Emmanuelle Ejercito Daily Bruin Staff With USC ­ the biggest dual meet of the season ­ coming up next weekend for the UCLA men’s track team, and the championship stretch following two weeks later, the Bruins do not want to overexert themselves this weekend in Davis at the California-Nevada Championships. Read more...


Suspensions throw curve ball into matchup

Friday, April 26, 1996 Baseball travels to the Farm for Six-Pac game sans Adams, ZamoraBy Brian Purcell Daily Bruin Contributor With second place in the Six-Pac hanging in the balance during this weekend’s three-game set at Stanford, the No. Read more...


Tourney no paradise for m. volleyball

Friday, April 26, 1996 Bruins to take on CSUN Matadors in second round of playBy Ruben Gutierrez Daily Bruin Staff The first-round results from last weekend’s Mountain Pacific Sports Federation playoff tournament were a pleasant surprise for some teams and a rude awakening for others. Read more...