Friday, April 3

Gage Brymer swings back to the forefront of UCLA men’s tennis

The biggest comeback so far this season for the UCLA men’s tennis team didn’t start on a court. In fact, it started last year. Only a month into the 2015 spring season, junior Gage Brymer broke his hand, after spending a couple weeks away from the team for personal reasons. Read more...

Photo: Junior Gage Brymer missed a significant portion of last season with a broken hand. This season, Brymer has returned to his freshman form winning most of his matches. (Korbin Placet/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Men’s tennis looks for quick start in early-season matches

After celebrating a momentous victory against University of San Francisco on Wednesday, the UCLA men’s tennis team hopes its confidence and momentum will carry over into the ITA Men’s Kick-Off Weekend. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore Martin Redlicki is expected to play No. 2 singles in the lineup this weekend against Southern Methodist. The UCLA men’s tennis team started the 2016 season with a win over the University of San Francisco. (Korbin Placet/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Experienced lineup generates confidence as men’s tennis enters season

At a school with 113 national championships, perhaps the most impressive active streak belongs to one of the smaller programs at UCLA – the men’s tennis team. Read more...

Photo: Senior Karue Sell (pictured) and junior Joe Di Giulio took home the doubles title of the Sherwood Collegiate Cup this past weekend. The duo is expected to play No. 2 for the team this year. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Men’s tennis looks to set regular season lineup at Sherwood Cup

The Sherwood Collegiate Cup has become an annual tradition of sorts for the UCLA men’s tennis team. The tournament is the final opportunity for individual players to prove themselves before the grind of in-season dual meets begins. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore Austin Rapp and the rest of the Bruins travel to Thousand Oaks, California for the Sherwood Collegiate Cup. There they will face competition from USC, Stanford and Baylor. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Men’s tennis’ Karue Sell falls in final of So Cal Intercollegiate

The ball arced high into the cloudless sky, and Karue Sell raced toward the baseline in pursuit. He seemingly overran the ball, then suddenly stopped and smashed the ball between his legs down the sideline. Read more...

Photo: Karue Sell was the runner up at last weekend’s 59th Annual Southern California Intercollegiate Championships. The senior cruised through four rounds before reaching the finals. (Jose Ubeda/Daily Bruin staff)

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