Friday, May 29

Battle of the editors: Four standout performers in UCLA Athletics this fall season

Melissa Zhang, assistant Sports editor Jessie FlemingWomen’s soccer, sophomore midfielder Fleming’s presence on the field was one reason for the success of UCLA women’s soccer this year. Read more...

Photo: Senior utility Alex Roelse led UCLA men’s water polo to its third title in four years this fall. He scored career-highs 35 times for the Bruins this season, including six goals in four postseason games. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

UCLA men’s basketball game canceled due to fire

UCLA men’s basketball’s Wednesday night game was canceled because of a fire in the Bel-Air area. The Bruins were scheduled to take on Montana at 8 p.m. Read more...

Photo: Wednesday night’s game against Montana was coach Steve Alford’s squad’s first of five non-conference games remaining on their schedule before Pac-12 play begins. (Michael Zshornack/Daily Bruin)

LaVar Ball pulls LiAngelo Ball out of UCLA amid indefinite suspension

This post was updated Dec. 4 at 1:21 p.m.. LaVar Ball is pulling his son, freshman forward LiAngelo Ball, out of UCLA, TMZ Sports reported. The site reported that although LiAngelo Ball is not yet officially withdrawn from the university, he is at home in Chino Hills, California and will not return to the university. Read more...

Photo: After all of the hype surrounding having another Ball brother at UCLA, LiAngelo Ball will not appear in another game as a Bruin. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

Bruin football to face Kansas State Wildcats at Cactus Bowl

The Bruins now know which bowl victory they’ll be chasing after. UCLA football (6-6) will play Kansas State (7-5) in the Cactus Bowl at Chase Field in Phoenix. Read more...

Photo: UCLA football earned a chance to go bowling by besting California with a score of 30-27 the Friday after Thanksgiving. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA looks to win 114th NCAA title, take back record this weekend

UCLA has an opportunity to reclaim its spot as the top athletic program in the country this weekend. From 1996 through May, the Bruins boasted more national championships than any other school. Read more...

Photo: Although UCLA women’s soccer will take on Duke and Stanford will face South Carolina in the semifinal round on Friday, there is a possibility that either team could advance to the finals on Sunday and surpass the other in the national championship count. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

Around the League: Pac-12 teams pack a punch in NCAA, national championships

Men’s basketballDavid Gottlieb, Sports editor Pac-12 teams won’t start facing off against one another for another month, so they are still fighting through nonconference schedules. Three Pac-12 schools have gotten off to undefeated starts, with No. Read more...

Photo: Pac-12 men’s basketball play doesn’t start for another month. Arizona State, Washington State and Colorado still have undefeated records. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Assistant Photo editor)

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