The Bruins logged their third and fourth consecutive sweeps to start their new campaign.
No. 4 UCLA women’s tennis (4-0) hasn’t dropped a point through its opening four contests of the dual match season, most recently shutting out Saint Mary’s (0-2) and UC Santa Barbara (1-3) by scores of 7-0 both days.
Women’s tennisDonovon Barnes, Daily Bruin contributor
The Bruins will face off against some familiar opponents.
No. 4 UCLA women tennis (2-0) will welcome Saint Mary’s and UC Santa Barbara to the Los Angeles Tennis Center for its second and third matches this weekend.
While the Bruins have won two straight matches, the victories haven’t come without a few speed bumps.
Freshman Abbey Forbes suffered her first dual match doubles defeat with her partner junior Annette Goulak during UCLA women’s tennis’ (2-0) win over Loyola Marymount on Saturday.
The Bruins punched their ticket to the ITA National Women’s Team Indoor Championship.
No. 4 UCLA women tennis (2-0) recorded two 4-0 wins the ITA Kick-Off Weekend, defeating both Minnesota (2-2) and Loyola Marymount (1-1) to secure an automatic berth to the indoor championship held in Chicago from Feb.
Nico Edgar, Daily Bruin contributor
The Bruins will look to secure a chance to play against the nations’ elite.
No. 10 UCLA men’s tennis will welcome San Diego State to the Los Angeles Tennis Center on Saturday for the ITA Kick-Off weekend.
The Bruins started the new year off strong.
No. 4 UCLA women’s tennis returned home from its trip to the Bahamas, winning 21 total matches at the Pink Flamingo Invitational held at the Baha Mar resort.
The Bruins are set for some fun in the sun to begin the new year.
No. 4 UCLA women’s tennis will send seven Bruins to Nassau, Bahamas, to compete in the inaugural Pink Flamingo Invitational from Friday through Sunday.
The Bruins won the doubles championship at their last fall tournament.
The No. 4-ranked UCLA women’s tennis duo of redshirt senior Jada Hart and sophomore Elysia Bolton won the Oracle ITA National Fall Championships for doubles Sunday afternoon by upsetting top-ranked North Carolina State pair Anna Rogers and Alana Smith.
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