Sunday, May 24

No. 2 men’s tennis to begin NCAA Tournament with Weber State matchup

The Pac-12 champions sauntered around the Sunset Canyon Recreation Center tennis courts Tuesday. In between serves and practice sets, the men’s tennis team joked and laughed – confidence seemed to be in no short supply. Read more...

Photo: Senior Karue Sell has one more chance to win an NCAA championship. The No. 2 Bruins kick off the tournament against Weber State. (Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin senior staff)


No. 2 UCLA men’s tennis to open NCAA tournament at Sunset Rec

Home court advantage feels a little bit awkward for the Bruins heading into the NCAAs this season. No. 2 UCLA men’s tennis will host the first two rounds of the 2016 NCAA Division I Men’s Tennis Championship at the Sunset Canyon Recreation Center tennis courts starting May 19. Read more...

Photo: Construction on a new basketball center has pushed the tennis teams away from playing matches at the Los Angeles Tennis Center. (Korbin Placet/Daily Bruin senior staff)


UCLA men’s tennis claims Pac-12 title with win over Cal

For the third time in four years, the Bruins are at the top of the podium. No. 2 UCLA men’s tennis took down No. 16 California 4-1 in a dogfight Saturday evening to win the Pac-12 tournament championship in Ojai, California. Read more...

Photo: Junior Joseph Di Giulio battled back to beat J.T. Nishimura of Cal 3-6, 7-6(6), 6-3. Di Giulio was down 4-0 in the second set tie-breaker before winning 5 points in a row on the path to win the set. (Kathy Chen/Daily Bruin)


Men’s tennis looks to improve doubles play in Pac-12 semifinal

The Bruins fought all season for the top. Now it’s their chance to take the conference throne. But that’s no easy task. No. 2 UCLA men’s tennis will face a gauntlet of talent as it plays for the Pac-12 championship title in Ojai, California, over the weekend. Read more...

Photo: Mackie McDonald heads into the Pac-12 Championship tournament undefeated in conference play. The junior holds a 11-1 singles record on the season. (Kathy Chen/Daily Bruin)


UCLA men’s tennis allows player to come home, be closer to father

Logan Staggs’ phone rang. It was his father, Michael. Staggs, a freshman on the Northwestern men’s tennis team, had just returned from Norman, Oklahoma, after getting trounced 4-1 by the No. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore Logan Staggs transferred to UCLA from Northwestern to be closer to his father, who was diagnosed with prostate cancer last spring. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)


No. 4 Bruins blank Arizona and Utah to advance to 6-0 in Pac-12

By one match, the Bruins are the team to beat in the Pac-12. No. 4 UCLA men’s tennis blanked the Arizona Wildcats 4-0 Friday in Tucson, Arizona, and the Utah Utes 4-0 Sunday in Salt Lake City, Utah. Read more...

Photo: Junior Joseph Di Giulio notched a win for the Bruins in his doubles victory with senior Karue Sell. The duo beat Arizona’s doubles team 6-3 and Utah’s 6-4.


Men’s tennis lags in doubles play as season advances

Singles make the headlines. But doubles win championships. No. 4 UCLA men’s tennis has dropped the doubles point in three of its last four dual matches against Oregon, Stanford and California. Read more...

Photo: Junior Mackenzie McDonald addressed the teams doubles struggles, but is confident the Bruins can return to success they experienced early in the season.