Tuesday, April 24

The UCLA rowing team got off to a hot start this weekend by earning first- and second-place finishes. It hopes to keep that momentum up for the rest of the season with the help and leadership of its talented upperclassmen. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA rowing looks forward to strong season with experienced team

The Bruins will rely on the experience of their older rowers this season. UCLA rowing opened its season in the weekend with a meet against Stanford and San Diego State, coming away with two wins and one second-place finish. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA rowing team got off to a hot start this weekend by earning first- and second-place finishes. It hopes to keep that momentum up for the rest of the season with the help and leadership of its talented upperclassmen. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The UCLA rowing team got off to a hot start this weekend by earning first- and second-place finishes. It hopes to keep that momentum up for the rest of the season with the help and leadership of its talented upperclassmen. (Daily Bruin file photo)

In their first meet of the year, UCLA rowing took home just one win against Stanford in the second varsity eight-man race. It was by the slimmest margin of the weekend, as well. The Bruins' losses came in with much bigger time gaps between them and the Cardinal. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Women’s rowing opens season, stays optimistic despite rudder difficulties

It was clear from the beginning that UCLA rowing’s first meet of the season was going to be a lively one. The team ended the event against Stanford and San Diego State with a close win in the second varsity eight race, a win in a Stanford-less third varsity eight race, and a second place varsity finish. Read more...

Photo: In their first meet of the year, UCLA rowing took home just one win against Stanford in the second varsity eight-man race. It was by the slimmest margin of the weekend, as well. The Bruins' losses came in with much bigger time gaps between them and the Cardinal. (Daily Bruin file photo)

In their first meet of the year, UCLA rowing took home just one win against Stanford in the second varsity eight-man race. It was by the slimmest margin of the weekend, as well. The Bruins' losses came in with much bigger time gaps between them and the Cardinal. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA women's rowing took sixth place at the Pac-12 championship this past weekend, consistent with its ranking within its region. The team will find out if it made the cut for the NCAAs today at 2 p.m. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Rowing’s NCAA berth eligibility unclear with sixth-place Pac-12 finish

Going into the Pac-12 championship regatta, UCLA rowing was barely in the top six for its NCAA region. The Bruins were ranked sixth overall, sixth in the first varsity eight, fifth in the second varsity eight and sixth in the varsity four in the fifth national region, according to NCAA.com. Read more...

Photo: UCLA women's rowing took sixth place at the Pac-12 championship this past weekend, consistent with its ranking within its region. The team will find out if it made the cut for the NCAAs today at 2 p.m. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA women's rowing took sixth place at the Pac-12 championship this past weekend, consistent with its ranking within its region. The team will find out if it made the cut for the NCAAs today at 2 p.m. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Right on the edge of a berth in the NCAA Tournament, No. 20 UCLA will first compete at the Pac-12 championship alongside No. 1 Washington and No. 2 California. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Rowing to prepare for Pac-12s with NCAA berth on the line

No. 1 Washington and No. 2 California have been the stars of Pac-12 rowing. Those two schools will be leading the line over the weekend at the conference championship, where No. Read more...

Photo: Right on the edge of a berth in the NCAA Tournament, No. 20 UCLA will first compete at the Pac-12 championship alongside No. 1 Washington and No. 2 California. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Right on the edge of a berth in the NCAA Tournament, No. 20 UCLA will first compete at the Pac-12 championship alongside No. 1 Washington and No. 2 California. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The UCLA rowing team faced off with USC this weekend, and altered its lineups in both the varsity eight and the second varsity eight. The Bruins' top boat fell to the Trojans, while the second and third eights both won their heats. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Rowing looks to build on success against USC for Pac-12 championship

This past Sunday at Marina Del Rey, UCLA rowing hosted No. 13 USC in the schools’ annual dual meet. The Trojans, by virtue of their ranking, came in as the favored team. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA rowing team faced off with USC this weekend, and altered its lineups in both the varsity eight and the second varsity eight. The Bruins' top boat fell to the Trojans, while the second and third eights both won their heats. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The UCLA rowing team faced off with USC this weekend, and altered its lineups in both the varsity eight and the second varsity eight. The Bruins' top boat fell to the Trojans, while the second and third eights both won their heats. (Daily Bruin file photo)


The UCLA rowing team opened up its season last weekend with a scrimmage against Loyola Marymount and participation in the UC Challenge Cup, and will race on its home waters Saturday as it takes on Stanford and San Diego State. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA rowing prepares for matchups without team’s seasoned veterans

For the past three seasons, the number of upperclassmen on the UCLA rowing team has shrunk significantly. The Bruins had 21 veterans in 2014, 16 in 2015 and just nine last year. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA rowing team opened up its season last weekend with a scrimmage against Loyola Marymount and participation in the UC Challenge Cup, and will race on its home waters Saturday as it takes on Stanford and San Diego State. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The UCLA rowing team opened up its season last weekend with a scrimmage against Loyola Marymount and participation in the UC Challenge Cup, and will race on its home waters Saturday as it takes on Stanford and San Diego State. (Daily Bruin file photo)


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