Thursday, April 25

Baseball faces lowly ‘Cats

Baseball faces lowly ‘Cats Arizona gives Bruins shot at winning three By Ross Bersot UCLA baseball enters tonight’s series opener against Arizona at Jackie Robinson Stadium having taken two of three from a Six-Pac opponent only once on the season. Read more...


Gauchos suspected of tanking to volleyball

Gauchos suspected of tanking to volleyball By Eric Branch Daily Bruin Senior Staff Did they or didn’t they? The fifth-ranked UC Santa Barbara men’s volleyball team looked about two steps away from comatose in their 15-6, 15-10, 15-5 pummeling at the hands of top-ranked UCLA last night in Pauley Pavilion. Read more...


Gimelstob talks the talk, walks the walk

Gimelstob talks the talk, walks the walk Animated freshman tennis player has a style all his own By Sarah Harrison Anyone who has watched the UCLA men’s tennis team this year knows who the excitable Justin Gimelstob is. Read more...


CHAMPIONS!!

CHAMPIONS!! UCLA captures school’s 11th NCAA championship ­ the first in 20 years ­ with 89-78 victory over Arkansas By Randy Satterburg Daily Bruin Staff SEATTLE, Wash. Read more...


The buzzer sounded and the fans roared

The buzzer sounded and the fans roared Westwood drowns in a sea of Bruins in search of celebration streets in revelry By Julie Ann Silva, Alisa Ulferts and Phillip Carter Daily Bruin Senior Staff Mass mayhem erupted in Westwood Village Monday night when thousands of students stormed the village to celebrate UCLA’s first NCAA title win in 20 years. Read more...



Harrick-bashers don’t realize off-court work

Harrick-bashers don’t realize off-court work To the Editor: Halftime, April 1, 1995. UCLA 37, Oklahoma State 37. I’m leaving my seat on the third level of the Kingdome to relieve my nerves yet again in the Kingdome bathroom, when I am stopped by an all too familiar conversation. Read more...