After a season plagued by injuries, the Bruins did not have the chance to make a postseason run.
UCLA men’s volleyball’s record season was cut short after it did not win the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation conference tournament or claim an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament.
The Bruins no longer hold sole possession of first place in conference standings.
No. 5 UCLA men’s volleyball (16-7, 6-3 MPSF) fell to No. 4 Pepperdine (17-6, 6-3 MPSF) 3-1 on Wednesday night at the Firestone Fieldhouse.
The Bruins conceded their first conference match of the season.
No. 5 UCLA men’s volleyball (16-5, 6-1 MPSF) fell to No. 9 Brigham Young (10-6, 5-3) 3-2 in five sets Thursday night in Provo, Utah.
The Bruins will begin their second round of conference play on the road.
No. 4 UCLA men’s volleyball (16-4, 6-0 MPSF) will face No. 9 Brigham Young (9-6, 4-3) and No.
Injuries have allowed the Bruins’ young bench to gain experience.
No. 5 UCLA men’s volleyball (14-4, 6-0 MPSF) defeated all its conference opponents in the first half of conference play to remain atop the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation standings.
The Bruins have a chance to keep their top spot in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation.
No. 6 UCLA men’s volleyball (13-4, 5-0 MPSF) will face Grand Canyon (7-10, 0-5) on Friday night at Antelope Gymnasium in Phoenix.
The Bruins remain undefeated in conference play.
No. 6 UCLA men’s volleyball (11-4, 3-0 MPSF) overcame unranked Concordia University Irvine (5-11, 1-3) in straight sets Wednesday night at CU Arena.
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