The Bruins’ regular-season finale didn’t go as expected.
No. 2 UCLA men’s water polo (6-5, 5-5 MPSF) defeated No. 3 Stanford (3-3, 3-3) on Saturday 11-10 before falling to No.
The Bruins have more opponents than what appears on the schedule.
No. 3 UCLA women’s water polo (1-0) routed No. 11 Fresno State (2-2) in its season opener last weekend, but the Bulldogs were one of just three teams the Bruins competed against.
The Bruins have been making the most of their bye week, according to coach Adam Wright.
No. 2 UCLA men’s water polo (5-3, 4-3 MPSF) is coming off a bye week after competing at the USC Round Robin, where it defeated then-No.
Nicolas Saveljic started as just a kid from Kotor, Montenegro, but will end cemented in Bruin history.
The UCLA men’s water polo senior attacker inked his name into the record books by becoming No.
After 15 events, the Bruins’ final regular-season meet came down to the 400-yard free relay.
No. 19 UCLA swim and dive (2-1) trailed rival USC (0-2) 144-138, with the winning relay group in the final event set to earn 11 points to second place’s four, enough to make the winner of the race the victor of the meet.
The Bruins took down their only out-of-conference opponent this season.
No. 3 UCLA women’s water polo (1-0) handily defeated No. 11 Fresno State (2-1) on Valentine’s Day 19-10, outscoring the Bulldogs in all four quarters in its first game in 343 days.
Women’s tennisOlivia Simons, Daily Bruin contributor
The Bruins’ first regular match of the season has been four years in the waiting.
No. 3 UCLA women’s tennis (4-1) will travel south to take on San Diego on Saturday, a team they haven’t played since February 2017.
Before starting a race, Gabby Dang sticks her tongue out behind the blocks.
Pre-race rituals like the sophomore swimmer’s are not uncommon throughout UCLA swim and dive (1-1) or even the swimming world at large.
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