Monday, March 30

Women’s water polo suffers first defeat in otherwise consistent season

The Bruins triumphed in their first three games but ended the weekend with their first loss of the season. No. 4 UCLA women’s water polo (12-1 MPSF) took second in the Triton Invitational after falling in the title game to No. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore attacker Brooke Maxson scored two goals in Saturday’s win over Iona. No. 2 USC handed No. 3 UCLA its first loss of the season by a score of 6-4 on Sunday. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)


Weekend in Preview: Softball commences 56-game season, swim and dive to face USC

SoftballNicholas Yekikian, assistant Sports editor UCLA softball’s 56-game campaign begins this weekend. The No. 4 Bruins will face four different opponents this weekend – none of whom are ranked. Read more...

Photo: UCLA men’s tennis will host UNLV on Saturday and will look to rebound from its first loss of the season. Senior Martin Redlicki is currently the top-ranked athlete in the Oracle/ITA Division I Men’s National Singles Ranking and has held that spot since November. (Pinkie Su/Daily Bruin)


Women’s water polo sees success by maintaining team’s consistency

UCLA women’s water polo has snagged five wins this season, and it hasn’t just been because of Olympians such as Maddie Musselman. “I think everyone played a part in multiple facets of the game and in different positions and different plays,” said sophomore attacker Musselman. Read more...

Photo: Only five games into the 2018 season, nine UCLA women’s water polo players have already scored at least three goals after two weekends of play. The Bruins have used these early season games as an opportunity to give a variety of athletes playing experience before the schedule starts to heat up toward the middle and end of the year. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)




No. 1 seed men’s water polo prepares to play Pacific in NCAA semifinals

Winner takes all this time around, and the players of the UCLA men’s water polo team are seeded No. 1. UCLA will take on Pacific after the Tigers’ 13-12 win over the UC Davis Aggies on Thursday. Read more...

Photo: Men’s water polo have the opportunity to secure UCLA’s 114th overall national title, and the Bruins are seeded No. 1 going into this weekend’s tournament. (Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)




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