Tuesday, June 25

Senior Maya Johansson and the No. 8 Bruins split victories against the Bay Area teams, losing 6-1 to No. 2 Stanford on Friday but beating No. 10 California 4-3 Saturday at the Los Angeles Tennis Center. UCLA finishes the rest of the season on the road.

No. 8 UCLA women’s tennis nearly shut out by undefeated Stanford but bests California

The UCLA women's tennis team has made it a goal to improve with each match this season, ultimately in the hopes of reaching the NCAA Tournament at the peak of its form. Read more...

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Senior Maya Johansson and the No. 8 Bruins split victories against the Bay Area teams, losing 6-1 to No. 2 Stanford on Friday but beating No. 10 California 4-3 Saturday at the Los Angeles Tennis Center. UCLA finishes the rest of the season on the road.

Senior Maya Johansson and the No. 8 Bruins split victories against the Bay Area teams, losing 6-1 to No. 2 Stanford on Friday but beating No. 10 California 4-3 Saturday at the Los Angeles Tennis Center. UCLA finishes the rest of the season on the road.




Senior Andrea Remynse and the No. 17 Bruins beat the No. 15 Trojans 5-2 on Wednesday at home. UCLA will play Washington on Saturday.

Singles play secures match

The UCLA marching band was out in full force for the women's tennis team's match against USC on Wednesday and decided to transpose a familiar pregame ritual a few yards west from Pauley Pavilion to the Los Angeles Tennis Center. Read more...

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Senior Andrea Remynse and the No. 17 Bruins beat the No. 15 Trojans 5-2 on Wednesday at home. UCLA will play Washington on Saturday.

Senior Andrea Remynse and the No. 17 Bruins beat the No. 15 Trojans 5-2 on Wednesday at home. UCLA will play Washington on Saturday.




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