Friday, February 28


Men’s tennis wary of possible upset against Tulsa

Fans were still leaving the Los Angeles Tennis Center. Courts were still being cleared off. Stanford was still having their team meeting. For the UCLA men’s tennis team, that dual match was behind them, and they were looking to the next. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore Joseph Di Giulio said UCLA will be preparing for Tulsa using the same method of preparation that notched the team a win against Stanford over the weekend. (Katie Meyers/Daily Bruin senior staff)


UCLA men’s tennis relishes return to home, outdoor courts

The Bruins are happy to be back home and outdoors. After playing its last four matches away and on indoor courts, the No. 21 UCLA men’s tennis team (6-5) faces off against Stanford (6-2) on its home courts Saturday. Read more...

Photo: After losing to Baylor last weekend, freshman Martin Redlicki said the Bruins are focused on improving doubles play, usually a point of strength for UCLA. (Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin)



Men’s tennis crumbles 4-0 to Baylor in fifth indoor loss of season

The UCLA men’s tennis team was hoping to get back to playing outdoors again, but those hopes were washed away by the rain. At practice Thursday, senior Dennis Mkrtchian said he and the rest of the team were looking forward to finally playing outdoors for their dual match against No. Read more...

Photo: Junior Karue Sell was one of three UCLA singles players to lose to Baylor singles players Sunday. The Bruins were swept 4-0 by the Bears. (Katie Meyers/Daily Bruin senior staff)


Men’s tennis struggles with singles play at ITA National Indoors

It has been an unusual early season for the UCLA men’s tennis team. Last season the Bruins finished with a record of 26-4. The season before that they finished 29-2. Read more...

Photo: Freshman Martin Redlicki said that UCLA’s doubles play was its highlight during the team’s run at the USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships this year. (Katie Meyers/Daily Bruin senior staff)


Men’s tennis heads to Chicago for indoor championships

UCLA men’s tennis headed off to Chicago early Tuesday morning to prepare for one of the biggest tournaments of the year, the ITA Division I National Men’s Team Indoor Championship. Read more...

Photo: Freshman Martin Redlicki attributed UCLA’s fluctuations in lineup to the depth of the team’s talent. (Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin)