Junior Chanelle Van Nguyen said No. 3 UCLA will get a chance to see how it matches up against top-ranked opponents when the team heads to the Bay Area this weekend to face No. 4 Stanford and No. 12 Cal. (Katie Meyers/Daily Bruin senior staff)

On a windy afternoon in Westwood, the typically rhythmic chime of tennis grunts and racket smashes were nowhere to be heard. Instead, the only audible disturbance was the sound of the UCLA women’s tennis team as the players filed one by one out of their locker room under Straus Stadium and headed toward the team bus waiting for them on the corner of Charles E. More »

For the UCLA women’s tennis team, two heads appear to be better than one. Hidden within the multitude of individual players’ scores and statistics compiled throughout the course of this season lies one aspect of the Bruins’ performance that can still be denoted as “perfect.” In every dual match this season, the team has managed to capture the lone doubles point up for grabs and tip the scoreboard 1-0 in UCLA’s favor at the onset of singles play. More »

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