As college sports continue to be pushed back because of the COVID-19 pandemic, professional leagues have restarted. Each Monday, Daily Bruin Sports will highlight a few standout alumni performances from the past week in ongoing leagues as we await the return of university athletics.
Jordin Canada and Noelle Quinn, Seattle Storm, WNBA
Jordin Canada helped the Seattle Storm capture their third WNBA title with a 92-59 win over the Las Vegas Aces on Tuesday.
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Counseling and Psychological Services will continue to offer remote online services in the fall, despite a decline in participants and challenges associated with telehealth.
The Bruins’ trip to the Pacific Northwest ended with senior Ben Goldberg shaking his hips and waving his hands in the air.
With No. 22 UCLA men’s tennis (8-4, 2-0 Pac-12) knotted in a 3-3 tie with Pac-12 foe Oregon (9-5, 0-2), Goldberg once again found himself in the deciding match, winning the tiebreak 7-1 to give the Bruins a 4-3 victory, a perfect start to the conference season.
The Bruins will carry a two-game winning streak into league play.
No. 17 UCLA men’s tennis (6-4) beat UC Irvine (3-3) 4-0 at the Los Angeles Tennis Center on Sunday to push its all-time record versus UCI to 40-2.
Will Foote, Daily Bruin contributor
The Bruins are set to play their first official game of the decade.
“The script has not been written,” said coach John Savage.
This post was updated Feb. 12 at 10:37 p.m.
The Bruins kicked off their indoor season with a victory.
No. 16 UCLA men’s tennis (4-2) knocked off Western Michigan (5-5) 7-0 at the Midtown Athletic Club in Chicago on Tuesday, rebounding from a pair of 2-4 losses against No.
The Bruins came home winless from their trip to the Bay Area.
With sophomore Patrick Zahraj trailing 1-5 in the third set against Stanford’s Neel Rajesh on court 5, Stanford’s Axel Geller defeated UCLA junior Keegan Smith on court 1, securing a 4-2 win for No.
Nico Edgar, Daily Bruin contributor
The Bruins will look to secure a chance to play against the nations’ elite.
No. 10 UCLA men’s tennis will welcome San Diego State to the Los Angeles Tennis Center on Saturday for the ITA Kick-Off weekend.
This post was updated Jan. 22 at 12:47 a.m.
The Bruins continued their early season success over the weekend.
UCLA men’s tennis (1-0) competed against players from USC, Stanford and Texas A&M at the Sherwood Collegiate Cup in Thousand Oaks, California, from Friday through Monday.
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