The Bruins opened their season with a 27-13 win over the Chanticleers. The win featured both redshirt junior Ethan Garbers and freshman Dante Moore at quarterback, with the latter taking snapping responsibilities to the end of the game.
The Bruins faced crosstown rival USC at Drake Stadium on Sunday in their annual dual meet, where the men’s team emerged victorious with a 88-70 win, while the women’s team suffered a 75-88 loss.
After a resounding win in the second semifinal of the NCAA Los Angeles Regional, freshman Selena Harris’ first career perfect 10 vaulted the team to nationals as the blue and gold eked out a comeback win Saturday.
The Bruins were bested by a Bulldogs 3-pointer yet again in a 79-76 loss in the Sweet 16. Despite the blue and gold’s late-game heroics, Gonzaga’s 27-foot game-winning shot proved too much to overcome.
International festival Rolling Loud brought hip-hop to southern California with a three-day festival in Inglewood last weekend. The festival drew over 70,000 attendees and featured rappers such as Playboi Carti, Travis Scott and Future.
In their annual preseason meet, the Bruins competed against one another in Pauley Pavilion. The meet debuted new gymnasts and also returned familiar faces.
In its first Pac-12 After Dark matchup of the season, the Bruins secured their first victory over a ranked opponent this season. With the win, UCLA is off to its best start to a season since 2013.
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