Fresh faces dominated the Bruins’ win over the Hoosiers.
After a low-scoring first half during Friday afternoon, No. 3 UCLA women’s water polo’s (1-0, 1-0 MPSF) freshmen led the charge against No.14 Indiana (0-1, 0-1) as the Bruins clinched their home and season opener 15-6.
With the new year comes New Year’s resolutions.
And for the Bruins, that means rest.
“We cut practice down right around Jan. 5-10 every year and try to make sure we’ve got the energy to play the game,” said coach Mick Cronin.
This post was updated Jan. 11 at 12:11 a.m.
The Bruins maintained their undefeated start to the campaign behind a trio of sweeps.
No. 2 UCLA men’s volleyball (3-0) officially began its season with three wins that took only nine sets at the UC Santa Barbara Asics Tournament, sweeping Cal State Northridge (1-2), UC San Diego (1-2) and No.
After decades of UCLA alumni at the helm, the Bruin coaching staff will welcome someone from outside the family.
UCLA women’s volleyball announced Monday it has hired former San Diego associate head coach Alfred Reft to be its next head coach.
After picking up national distinction and an international gold medal, two star-studded freshmen are making their way to Westwood.
UCLA men’s volleyball outside hitter Zach Rama and setter Andrew Rowan competed in the Pan-American Cup from Oct.
For the third time in program history, UCLA women’s volleyball has fallen short of an NCAA tournament appearance. Take a look at how each of the Daily Bruin Sports women’s volleyball writers believe the Bruins’ 2022 season went wrong.
Coach Michael Sealy has stepped down after over a decade at the helm of UCLA women’s volleyball.
UCLA athletics announced Thursday that the 13-year head coach of the Bruins will be leaving the program, which will fall under new leadership for the 2023 season.
Before coaching with UCLA, Sealy spent four years on the UCLA men’s volleyball team as a player, leading the team to a national title and three conference titles.
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