Thursday, January 23

Men’s tennis’ Keegan Smith focuses on conditioning ahead of ITA fall championship

Keegan Smith said if there’s one thing he wants to feel secure about after this weekend, it would be his footwork and stamina. The junior has been a representative of UCLA men’s tennis in two fall ITA tournaments and will head to his third this weekend – the Oracle ITA National Fall Championships in Newport Beach, California. Read more...

Photo: Junior Keegan Smith will represent UCLA at the Oracle ITA National Fall Championships in Newport Beach, California from Wednesday through Sunday. Smith has won all but one singles match this season, his only loss coming to USC’s Daniel Cukierman. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)

Men’s basketball 2019-2020 season predictions

Sam Connon Sports editor Final record: 21-10 Season finish: Pac-12 semifinals Team MVP: Jalen Hill Where most Bruin teams have the burden of expectations, this year’s squad does not. Read more...

Photo: Redshirt sophomore forward Jalen Hill appeared in all 33 of UCLA men’s basketball’s games last season. Hill averaged 4.3 points and 6.0 rebounds per game in his first full season with the Bruins. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Men’s soccer ties with Cal for second time, loses chance to earn NCAA bid

The announcer at Berkeley’s Edwards Stadium counted down the final seconds of regulation. Scrambling, the Golden Bears took a corner kick from the right side of the pitch. Read more...

Photo: Senior midfielder Alexis Triadis kicked off the scoring for UCLA men’s soccer in its 3-3 draw against California on Thursday night. Triadas’ goal was his second of the season. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin staff)

UCLA men’s tennis to send eight players to two tournaments over the weekend

The Bruins have passed the halfway point in fall play. After taking last week off, UCLA men’s tennis will send eight players to compete in two separate tournaments. Read more...

Photo: Senior Ben Goldberg is one of eight players from UCLA men’s tennis who will continue fall tournament action for the Bruins this weekend. Goldberg posted a 11-12 overall record in singles during his junior year as well as a 5-10 mark in doubles. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin staff)

Men’s soccer Riley Ferch leads Pac-12 in assists, starts 6 of 7 October games

Riley Ferch wasn’t always a name at the top of coach Ryan Jorden’s depth chart. Since the start of the month, the sophomore midfielder has made six starts in UCLA men’s soccer’s (5-8-2, 1-5-1 Pac-12) seven October matches and has logged an average of 73 minutes on the pitch during that stretch. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore midfielder Riley Ferch has seen a sharp increase in his minutes since Oct. 1 and has started six of UCLA men’s soccer’s last seven games. Ferch leads both the Bruins and the Pac-12 in assists with eight. (Liz Ketcham/Photo editor)

Five Things: UCLA vs. Arizona State

UCLA football won its second straight game Saturday, upsetting then-No. 24 Arizona State for its first win at the Rose Bowl in 2019. The Bruins’ offense surged for 42 points, tied for the second-most single game points scored in the Chip Kelly era. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore running back Kazmeir Allen rushed eight times for 22 yards in his season debut for UCLA football. Allen missed the Bruins’ first seven games after being placed on academic suspension. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

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