Joseph CrosbyAssistant Sports editorPrediction: NCAA champion
The Bruins are coming off their worst stretch of games of the season.
At the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation tournament semifinals, they allowed eight first-half goals against USC en route to a one-goal loss.
The Bruins are set to begin their quest for a second championship in three seasons.
No. 3 UCLA men’s water polo (22-4, 2-1 MPSF) will open its NCAA tournament run Saturday at Spieker Aquatics Complex in Berkeley, marking its 37th all-time appearance in the end-of-season bracket.
The Bruins are on the verge of postseason play, but they must first get past their crosstown rivals.
No. 2 UCLA men’s water polo (20-2, 1-1 MPSF) plays its final game of the regular season Friday, hosting No.
The Bruins are heading up north for a rematch against the opponent that handed them their only loss of the season.
No. 3 UCLA men’s water polo (16-1) is traveling to the Bay Area for its second matchup against No.
On a team laden with veteran leadership, two newcomers have made their mark early in their collegiate careers.
Freshman utility Gray Carson and freshman attacker Noah Rowe are two key members of No.
This post was updated Sept. 27 at 8:32 p.m.
The Bruins finished as runners-up in their final midseason tournament.
No. 2 seed UCLA men’s water polo (13-1) took part in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Invite at Stanford, playing four games over three days in a field of 16 teams.
The Bruins will put their perfect record on the line against the nation’s top teams.
No. 2 UCLA men’s water polo (10-0) will compete in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Invite over a span of three days at Stanford’s Avery Aquatic Center.
In a busy weekend up north, the Bruins survived two upset bids to stay unbeaten.
No. 2 UCLA men’s water polo (10-0) won all four of its games at the Aggie Roundup in Davis, California, defeating No.
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