Thursday, August 22


Men's volleyball to host final Pauley Pavilion event tonight

Since 1965, Pauley Pavilion has been the home for UCLA athletic teams ranging from basketball to gymnastics. 46 years later, an era is coming to a close. Pauley will undergo renovations during the 2011-2012 academic school year, meaning all of the triumphs, sorrows, cheers and tears of the last half-century will be history "“ at least for one season. Read more...


With freshmen Daniel Kosakowski (pictured), Adrien Puget and Clay Thompson manning the top three singles courts, UCLA defeated LMU 6-1 on Tuesday.

Freshmen lead the way in UCLA's 6-1 win over LMU

On the heels of two season-defining matches, the UCLA men's tennis team had just one hurdle in the form of Loyola Marymount, a team the Bruins handily defeated on Tuesday at the Los Angeles Tennis Center by a score of 6-1. Read more...

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With freshmen Daniel Kosakowski (pictured), Adrien Puget and Clay Thompson manning the top three singles courts, UCLA defeated LMU 6-1 on Tuesday.

With freshmen Daniel Kosakowski (pictured), Adrien Puget and Clay Thompson manning the top three singles courts, UCLA defeated LMU 6-1 on Tuesday.

Malcolm Lee had successful knee surgery on Tuesday. Lee hurt his left knee on March 5 in UCLA’s regular-season finale.

UCLA men's basketball notes: Malcolm Lee's surgery, Texas and more

Malcolm Lee underwent successful surgery on his left knee Tuesday morning, a procedure that was expected after the UCLA junior guard suffered an injury to the knee on March 5. Coach Ben Howland, who shared the news with reporters on Tuesday in his final press conference of the season, said that a small tear to the meniscus was fixed and a piece of cartilage was removed during the surgery. Lee hurt his knee during UCLA’s regular-season finale at Washington State but chose to continue playing without surgery, even logging 39 minutes on the court in UCLA’s season-ending loss to Florida. Howland said that it would take “between a month to two months, max” before Lee is back to full strength. Lee’s injury should not affect his NBA draft status should he decide to declare, according to Howland. “He’s going to be 100% fine,” Howland assured. Texas-sized addition to the schedule Save for the Maui Invitational, little had been revealed about UCLA’s 2011 nonconference schedule until Howland divulged Tuesday one date on the calendar: a home matchup against Texas. Of course, the home location of the game is still up in the air — Howland said that he expects UCLA’s 2011-12 home schedule to be resolved in the “near future” — but the Longhorns and Bruins should provide one of the country’s premier nonconference matchups since both are projected to be ranked teams at the start of the season. Texas, ranked in the top three at one point this year, expects to continue the success with freshman Tristan Thompson and sophomore Jordan Hamilton returning. Read more...

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Malcolm Lee had successful knee surgery on Tuesday. Lee hurt his left knee on March 5 in UCLA’s regular-season finale.

Malcolm Lee had successful knee surgery on Tuesday. Lee hurt his left knee on March 5 in UCLA’s regular-season finale.

Men's tennis: Lions to visit Bruins at LATC on Tuesday

Spring break is looking like anything but a holiday for the UCLA men's tennis team. After a morale-boosting win over Hawai’i last week helped to regain some momentum, UCLA looks to continue its surge and lay to rest its recent struggles when the team takes on Loyola Marymount on Tuesday at the Los Angeles Tennis Center. Read more...


Angus McClure

Another staff change for UCLA football

Just when everyone thought the UCLA football team’s staff was in place and ready to tackle Spring Practice, another coaching move was made Monday. Special teams coach Frank Gansz Jr. has left UCLA for “personal reasons” and will be replaced by director of on-campus recruiting for football, Angus McClure. Read more...

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Angus McClure

Angus McClure



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