STANFORD — The Bruins journeyed to the Bay Area hoping to improve their national qualifying score with a solid road performance.
No. 10 UCLA gymnastics walked away from Maples Pavilion with that and a test of its depth Friday evening after outscoring No.
A witch cloaked in dark magic prowls before a crowd of thousands.
Harnessing the power of the screams around her to levitate high into the air, the witch twists, turns and falls back to earth with supernatural grace.
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The Den had laid out blue and yellow “Denography” pamphlets throughout the Pauley Pavilion lower bowl in anticipation of Monday’s top-10 matchup.
As Nya Reed closed out floor and the torn-up paper rained down in the stands around her, she didn’t know the teams’ exact scores except that the Bruins and Red Rocks were close.
The Bruins will be competing for their teammates and fans in more ways than one Sunday.
No. 11 UCLA gymnastics will host No. 18 Arizona at Pauley Pavilion on Sunday afternoon for the Bruins’ Pride Meet, celebrating love, inclusivity and the LGBTQ+ community.
A Pauley Pavilion floor party stole the show in the mile-high city.
Led by No. 11 UCLA gymnastics’ highest score on any apparatus this season – a 49.575 on floor – the Bruins left Magness Arena in Denver with a 196.550 total score Sunday afternoon.
Emma Andres was nervous ahead of her beam routine Saturday.
It was the graduate student’s first competitive appearance on the apparatus in front of what would later be announced as the largest audience for a regular-season NCAA meet in ESPN history.
The NWSL has claimed two Bruins to the national ranks.
Racing Louisville FC selected forward Reilyn Turner with the No. 6 overall pick Friday at the NWSL Draft, making her the first UCLA women’s soccer player to compete for the professional team.
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Whether on the floor at Pauley Pavilion or a makeshift volleyball court during practice warmups, the Bruins embrace competition.
Less than a week away from Meet the Bruins and under a month away from UCLA gymnastics’ first meet of the 2024 season, coach Janelle McDonald sat down with the Daily Bruin gymnastics beat ahead of her second year in charge of the program to discuss new and returning gymnasts, team culture, event improvements and more.
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