The season will culminate in one weekend for track and field athletes across the nation.
The Bruins will send 20 athletes to compete in 16 events at the 2019 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Austin, Texas.
NCAA championship berths are on the line for the Bruins this weekend.
UCLA track and field will compete in the NCAA West Regional Championship in Sacramento from Thursday to Saturday.
The full Bruin squad will start its postseason this weekend.
The No. 22-ranked UCLA track and field men’s team and No. 24-ranked women’s team will compete at the Pac-12 track and field championships in Tucson, Arizona, on Saturday and Sunday.
Two Bruin multi-event athletes opened the track and field postseason this weekend.
Redshirt junior Christina Chenault and sophomore Isa Videler placed third and ninth, respectively, in the Pac-12 Multi-Events Championships in Tucson, Arizona, on Saturday and Sunday.
The Bruins will add another chapter to their rivalry with the Trojans this weekend.
UCLA’s track and field team will travel to Cromwell Field and Loker Stadium at USC on Sunday to compete in the annual UCLA-USC dual meet.
UCLA track and field brought home over 10 top-five finishes across three meets this weekend.
The Bruins competed in the Bryan Clay Invitational & Multi Events in Azusa, California, the Beach Invitational in Long Beach, California, and the Mt.
UCLA track and field is competing in three meets this week.
The Bruins will send athletes to the Bryan Clay Invitational in Azusa, the Beach Invitational in Long Beach and the Mt.
Michelle Murakami, Daily Bruin contributor
The Bruins look to build momentum as they near the end of the regular season.
UCLA men’s golf will be playing at the Papago Golf Course for the ASU Thunderbird Collegiate from Friday to Saturday.
This post was updated March 24 at 5:06 p.m.
The scenery has shifted for the Bruins.
UCLA track and field opened its outdoor season this weekend at the Baldy Castillo Invitational and the Willie Williams Classic in Tempe and Tucson, Arizona, respectively.
Women’s golfMichelle Murakami, Daily Bruin contributor
Darius Rucker’s music is typically associated with fishing and tractors, but the award-winning country artist’s name will be plastered along the links for the Bruins’ next tournament.
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