Saturday, November 17

Despite the departures of coach Adam Krikorian and four seniors, the UCLA women's water polo team will look to win a sixth straight national championship.

Women’s water polo must rely on youth in quest to rebuild program’s strength

After winning an unprecedented five consecutive national championships and establishing their very own collegiate dynasty, the UCLA women's water polo team suddenly finds itself in unfamiliar territory. Not only are they starting their first season without former coach Adam Krikorian, but they are also without a single senior on the team. Read more...

Photo: Despite the departures of coach Adam Krikorian and four seniors, the UCLA women's water polo team will look to win a sixth straight national championship.

Despite the departures of coach Adam Krikorian and four seniors, the UCLA women's water polo team will look to win a sixth straight national championship.


Monday Briefing

Track teams perform in weekend invitational The men’s and women’s track teams had a number of event wins this weekend at their respective invitationals. The Bruin men traveled to Flagstaff, Ariz., for the NAU Invitational, winning seven events with many players hitting lifetime bests and starting off their collegiate track and field careers with strong times. Read more...



Title caps Bruins’ perfect season

PALO ALTO "”mdash; The cheers of "undefeated" and the drenched clothes of coach Adam Krikorian were telltale signs that the UCLA women's water polo team had done it again. For the fourth year in a row, the Bruins were taking home the NCAA national championship. Read more...




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