Tuesday, May 26

UCLA track and field promising meets improve morale for upcoming season

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. Read more...

Photo: Senior Elleyse Garrett placed first in the pole vault this weekend as the Bruins switched from indoor to outdoor competition. Garrett notably logged a lifetime best of 13-09.25 at the NCAA West Preliminaries in 2017. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Track and field claims four first-place finishes at MPSF Indoor Championships

The Bruins opened their postseason this weekend. UCLA men’s track and field earned second place at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Indoor Championships in Seattle behind four first-place finishes. Read more...

Photo: Senior thrower Justin Stafford broke the 21-meter threshold in the weight throw at the MPSF Indoor Championships, securing a first-place finish. Stafford qualified for the NCAA Championships in the hammer throw last season. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Track and field completes impressive feat with records beat

UCLA track and field brought home 13 top-five finishes across two meets this weekend. The Bruins competed at both the Don Kirby Collegiate Elite Invitational in Albuquerque, New Mexico, as well as the Husky Classic in Seattle on Friday and Saturday. Read more...

Photo: Freshman pole vaulter Sondre Guttormsen set new a personal record at the Don Kirby Collegiate Elite Invitational this weekend. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Panel discusses Jackie Robinson’s legacy, role of social justice in sports today

A panel of Bruins, past and present, assembled in Schoenberg Hall to celebrate Jackie Robinson’s 100th birthday and discuss his dual legacy as an athlete and champion of social justice and activism. Read more...

Photo: In a panel hosted by SportsCenter anchor and UCLA alumna Cari Champion, former and current Bruins met to discuss the legacy of UCLA legend Jackie Robinson as an athlete and an activist. (Stephanie Lai/Daily Bruin)

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