Love, consumerism and volleyball – the tenants of a productive Valentine’s Day.
At least, that’s the case for outside hitter/opposite Cole Ketrzynski and No. 11 Pepperdine (9-2) as they arrive in Westwood to meet Ketrzynski’s alma mater in No.
A four-team circle of parity has fallen.
And UCLA is at the center of it.
The world of collegiate men’s volleyball used to be dominated by several major teams, with an upset scarcely visible.
This post was updated Jan. 29 at 12:15 a.m.
Sports are all about upsets.
March wouldn’t be mad without them, bets wouldn’t be placed without them and people wouldn’t be as invested without them.
This post was updated Jan. 21 at 10:59 p.m.
Ordinary isn’t the word to describe two players making their inaugural start against a top-10 squad.
And yet, that duo holds much of the credit for Saturday’s win.
This post was updated Nov. 30 at 11:37 p.m.
Déjà vu is in the air.
UCLA women’s volleyball missed out on an NCAA tournament appearance for the second straight year Sunday after yet another up-and-down season plagued by injuries and unforeseen losses.
Despite making up only 16.1% of the nation’s top-ranked team, foreign-born Bruins have managed to shine in the pool.
Freshman Marcell Szécsi is no exception.
After scoring the first goal of UCLA men’s water polo’s 2023 season, the Hungarian center made a splash as the MPSF West/S&R Sport Newcomer of the Week on both Sept.
Statistics can tell a story.
But the scoreboard isn’t enough to encapsulate Saturday’s crosstown showdown.
In its best defensive game of the season, No. 1 UCLA men’s water polo (18-0, 4-0 MPSF) held No.
This post was updated Oct. 5 at 8:58 p.m.
Daily Bruin senior staff
For the Bruins, it’s not about who holds the key – it’s about who can get through the door first.
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