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The Rundown: Jan. 31

Men’s tennisMelissa Zhang, assistant Sports editor Sophomore Evan Zhu earned Pac-12 Player of the Week honors Tuesday for his dominant performance in both singles and doubles during the ITA Kick-Off Weekend. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore Evan Zhu was awarded Pac-12 Player of the Week honors following his performance at the ITA Kick-Off weekend, in which UCLA won both its matchups. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)


Men’s volleyball suffers first loss of season to Hawai’i

UCLA men’s volleyball is no longer undefeated. The No. 3 Hawai’i Rainbow Warriors (7-0) handed the No. 2 Bruins (7-1) its first loss of the season Friday. Read more...

Photo: Junior outside hitter Dylan Missry and No. 2 UCLA logged its first loss of the season Friday against No. 3 Hawai’i. None of the Bruins were able to earn 10 or more kills. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)


Angus’ Beef: UCLA has one shot to remain superior over Stanford in men’s basketball

Stanford is better than UCLA at a lot of things. The Cardinal have long been ranked above the Bruins academically, but at least UCLA could claim athletic superiority – until December. Read more...

Photo: Since the class of 2018 started college, Stanford has won 13 NCAA championships while UCLA has only won three. The Cardinal have a chance to sweep the Bruins in basketball for the season Saturday. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)


The Rundown: Jan. 25

Eric Filia, baseball UCLA baseball will host its alumni game this weekend, but one of its alumni is struggling to stay out of trouble. Former Bruin outfielder Eric Filia will serve a 50-game suspension to start the 2018 season due to a second positive test for a drug of abuse, which Major League Baseball classifies as a recreational drug such as marijuana, cocaine or a stimulant such as amphetamines. Read more...

Photo: Redshirt freshman Grace Glenn earned Pac-12 Specialist of the Week honors after a 9.95 performance on balance beam in UCLA’s win over Arizona on Saturday. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)


Around the League: Pac-12 and MPSF winter sports continue to be highly competitive

A lot has been happening in the collegiate sports world outside of Westwood. Here’s a look at what’s been happening around the league in four different sports: Men’s volleyball Melissa Zhang, assistant Sports editor Coach John Speraw notched his 300th career win as No. Read more...

Photo: Outside hitter Nicolas Szerszen and the two-time defending national champion, No. 3 Ohio State, fell to No. 2 UCLA on Saturday in Pauley Pavilion. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)


Successful weekend reveals strengths, weaknesses of women’s water polo

The Bruins remain undefeated after their second weekend of play. No. 2 UCLA women’s water polo (5-0) took down No. 7 Michigan (3-2), Fresno Pacific (0-3), No. Read more...

Photo: Junior attacker Lizette Rozeboom led UCLA with four goals in its win over Fresno Pacific. She also added two against UC Santa Barbara, two against UC San Diego and one against Michigan. (Keila Maybery/Daily Bruin staff)


Women’s water polo will depend on underclassmen in upcoming season

UCLA women’s water polo graduated a strong group of seniors in 2017 that had reached the national championship game three times and will now have to rely on the strength of its underclassmen. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore attacker Maddie Musselman led the Bruins in goals with 69 last season, setting a freshman season record. The Bruins open their 2018 season Saturday against Loyola Marymount and USC. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)



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