Senior Kaelie Baer takes a deep breath.
She exhales and sprints into a run, her pace quickening with each step. Seconds later, she’s spinning through the air, her body twisting a full 360 degrees before she lands dead center and salutes the judges.
Blanketed in a sea of black T-shirts and red body paint, Stegeman Coliseum was buzzing with the applause of Georgia fans as UCLA entered the arena of its cross-country rival Friday night.
Unfortunately for the Bruins, the crowd ““ and the momentum of the meet ““ shifted strictly in favor of Georgia by the beginning of the third rotation, leaving UCLA to settle for second place by the end of the competition.
A sea of black and orange greeted the UCLA Bruins as they entered Gill Coliseum in Corvallis, Ore., on Friday night. Bruin fans were few and far between in the crowd, and many Oregon State fans donned pink for the Beavers’ annual “Pink Out” meet in support of breast cancer awareness.
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