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USC (9-8, 1-5 Pac-12) handed No 7 UCLA women’s basketball (16-1, 5-1) its first loss of the season, snapping the Bruins’ 16-game winning streak to open the 2019-2020 season.
This post was updated Jan. 16 at 11:16 a.m.
When Cori Close graduated from college in 1993, the WNBA didn’t even exist.
The then-UC Santa Barbara guard and now-UCLA women’s basketball coach would have had no choice but to go overseas if she had wanted to pursue a professional basketball career.
Thousands of high school seniors clicked submit on their University of California applications last week, hoping to convince UCLA they deserve an acceptance letter.
And now they wait.
The Daily Bruin doesn’t write itself. Behind every copy placed on newsstands and every story published online lies the journalistic process of hundreds of hard-working contributors, staffers and editors.
The WNBA preseason is underway.
Former UCLA women’s basketball guard Kennedy Burke made her WNBA debut this week, while former Bruins, guard Jordin Canada and forward Monique Billings, enter their second seasons in the league.
Beach volleyballJack Perez, Daily Bruin staff
The Bruins defended their national title and picked up a few awards.
UCLA beach volleyball ended their season with two duos being named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team for their play at the NCAA championship in Gulf Shores, Alabama.
Thirteen UCLA student-athletes spoke out about mental health over a month ago.
Savvy Simo wasn’t one of them.
But the junior indoor and beach volleyball player said she knew UCLA Athletics was releasing a video March 14 that allowed student-athletes to tell their stories.
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