With the regular season in the books, the Bruins’ focus will turn toward the postseason.
UCLA swim and dive (8-3, 4-3 Pac-12) will head to Federal Way, Washington, on Tuesday, where it will compete for five consecutive days in the Pac-12 championships.
The Bruins’ undefeated record came to an end this weekend.
In a weekend trip to the Bay Area filled with Pac-12 championship implications, No. 20 UCLA swim and dive (8-2) suffered back-to-back losses to two-time defending champion No.
With decisive victories to open 2019, the undefeated Bruins are back in action.
UCLA swim (5-0) faces a quick turnaround as it prepares for its second doubleheader meet in four days, when it will square off against UC San Diego (7-3) and UC Santa Barbara (1-0) at Spieker Aquatics Center on Friday.
The Bruins will take to the pool for the first time in 2019.
UCLA swim and dive (3-0) kicks off the new year at Spieker Aquatics Center on Monday in a doubleheader meet, where it will face off against unbeaten Harvard (3-0) and the San Diego (4-3).
The Bruins will be competing across the country for the first and only time of the season this week.
UCLA swim and dive (3-0, 3-0 Pac-12) will begin a three-day contest at the Georgia Fall Invitational in Athens, Georgia, on Thursday, where it will face a slew of top-20 teams.
What would appear to be a normal weekend quickly took an unexpected turn for the Bruins.
In UCLA swim and dive’s first split weekend of competition, the swimming team’s (3-0) Saturday morning meet against UC Santa Barbara (1-2) and UC San Diego (1-3) at Spieker Aquatics Center was abruptly cancelled due to poor air quality from the nearby fires in Malibu.
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