The Bruins missed their shot at an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament.
No. 2 seed UCLA (15-6, 14-5 MPSF) was upset by No. 3 seed Pepperdine (13-5, 11-5) in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championship semifinals on Friday in Provo, Utah in straight sets 20-25, 23-25, 24-26.
The Bruins landed several new records over the weekend.
UCLA track and field competed at the Rafer Johnson/Jackie Joyner-Kersee Invitational on Thursday and Friday at Drake Stadium.
The Bruins had a jam-packed weekend.
UCLA track and field sprinters and field-event athletes competed at the Jim Bush Legends Invitational at Drake Stadium on Wednesday, the Aztec Invitational in San Diego on Thursday and Friday and the Bob Larsen Track Meet on Saturday at home, while the distance runners traveled to Irvine on Thursday for the Anteater Distance Twilight.
The Bruins faced the Cardinal for what was likely the last time.
No. 6 UCLA men’s volleyball (11-4) defeated Stanford (1-10) twice on the road Tuesday and Wednesday by scores of 35-37, 25-21, 25-17, 25-17 and 25-23, 25-21, 25-18, respectively.
The Bruins’ postseason competition featured almost completely new lineups.
UCLA men’s and women’s cross country teams placed fifth and 10th, respectively, at the Pac-12 Championships in University Place, Washington, on Friday.
The Bruins picked up two victories in a similar fashion.
No. 9 UCLA men’s volleyball (8-3, 8-3 MPSF) defeated Stanford (0-5, 0-5) twice in four sets at Pauley Pavilion on Friday and Saturday by scores of 23-25, 25-15, 25-13, 25-21 and 21-25, 25-18, 25-12, 25-19, respectively.
The Bruins wrapped up the rubber match of a three-game series with a victory.
No. 9 UCLA men’s volleyball (6-3) won in straight sets against Concordia University Irvine (1-5) on Tuesday at home by scores of 25-22, 25-20, 25-15.
Joel Kepes, Daily Bruin contributor
Revenge is on the Bruins’ minds as they welcome their crosstown rivals to Westwood.
No. 17 UCLA men’s tennis (3-1) will play host to No.
Women’s tennisOlivia Simons, Daily Bruin contributor
The Bruins’ first regular match of the season has been four years in the waiting.
No. 3 UCLA women’s tennis (4-1) will travel south to take on San Diego on Saturday, a team they haven’t played since February 2017.
After nearly a year-long hiatus, the Bruins are sporting their blue-and-gold jerseys again.
UCLA cross country placed first in both the men’s and women’s races at the Arizona Invitational in Tucson on Feb.
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