Both UCLA basketball teams took the floor at Pauley Pavilion in front of a combined 8,940 fans. This was the third consecutive year where both teams started their season with a win.
UCLA women’s soccer defeated UCF and Northwestern this weekend to move on to the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament.
Saturday night’s match was all about adapting, according to coach John Speraw.
No. 2 UCLA men’s volleyball (3-0) took down a top-five opponent in No. 3 Penn State (4-2) in four sets on Saturday in the final match of the Pac-12/Big Ten Challenge at Pauley Pavilion over the weekend.
The Bruins’ season came to an early end.
UCLA cross country traveled north to Sacramento to compete in the NCAA West Regional on Friday morning. The men’s team finished 12th overall in a pool of 29 teams while the women’s team finished 15th out of 35 teams.
Shane Smith, Daily Bruin contributor
Fresh off their highest-ranked win of the season, the Bruins will have one more chance to build momentum before heading into a potential NCAA tournament berth.
The Bruins competed on two different coasts this weekend.
UCLA cross country split up for two meets, as half the team flew across the country to Tallahassee, Florida for the FSU Invite/Pre-Nationals on Friday, while the other half stayed local and competed in the Highlander Invitational in Riverside on Saturday.
Women’s VolleyballDavid Deng, Daily Bruin reporter
The Bruins will take a three-game winning streak to the desert.
No. 14 UCLA women’s volleyball (12-2, 5-1 Pac-12) will hit the road to play Arizona (11-6, 3-3) in Tucson on Friday and Arizona State (8-9, 1-5) in Tempe on Sunday.
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