Women’s volleyball beat writer
Prediction: Third Round
The Pac-12 is called the “Conference of Champions” for a reason.
Ever since the conference expanded to 12 schools in 2011, four of its teams have gone on to win it all, including the Bruins in that inaugural year.
The Bruins continued their trend of winning only one match per weekend.
Then-No. 15 UCLA women’s volleyball (12-6) defeated crosstown rival USC (4-8) at the Galen Center 3-1 in the first match Friday before losing to the Trojans 3-2 at home Sunday.
The Bruins currently have their longest winning streak of the season.
Playing two matches at Pauley Pavilion, No. 15 UCLA women’s volleyball (9-3) defeated Arizona (4-8) 3-1 on Friday and 3-0 on Sunday.
Joel Kepes, Daily Bruin contributor
Revenge is on the Bruins’ minds as they welcome their crosstown rivals to Westwood.
No. 17 UCLA men’s tennis (3-1) will play host to No.
Men’s water polo
Zoe Moskowitz, Daily Bruin contributor
The top four teams in the nation are set to compete again this weekend.
No. 2 UCLA men’s water polo (5-3, 4-3 MPSF) will travel to Avery Aquatic Center to play its last games of the regular season facing No.
After a unique offseason, the Bruins are ready to tackle the upcoming season with a new appreciation for the sport and a new team.
No. 22 UCLA women’s volleyball ended last season with a loss to Wisconsin in the second round of the NCAA tournament and finished with an overall record of 19-12.
Their season may have ended more than a month ago, but the Bruins are still acting as a connected, cohesive unit by reflecting on their past season and making preparations for next year.
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