Wednesday, May 27

Around the League: Pac-12 women’s basketballs’ top teams to face off

Women’s basketballRyan Smith, assistant Sports editor A pair of victories at Utah (12-5, 3-3 Pac-12) and Colorado (11-6, 2-4) this past weekend vaulted UCLA into a tie of the third spot in the Pac-12 standings after it entered in eighth place. Read more...

Photo: Senior defender Mackenzie Cerda is one of four Bruins who will be a part of the NWSL Draft in Philadelphia on Thursday night. The Huntington Beach native recorded 23 points in 78 career games with UCLA. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin)




Around the League: Winter sports open with strong matchups and sweeping wins

Men’s volleyball Melissa Zhang, Assistant Sports editor No. 3 UCLA (3-0) is currently the highest ranked MPSF team in the NCAA, coming in behind Ohio State (1-0) and Long Beach State (4-0). Read more...

Photo: The Bruins came into this season projected to win the Pac-12 and are ranked fifth nationally. The No. 4 Utes kicked off their season with a win over Brigham Young behind standout performances from Mykayla Skinner and MaKenna Merrell-Giles. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)


Despite splitting Oregon games, women’s basketball remains optimistic

UCLA women’s basketball went 2-2 in its first week of Pac-12 play, good for fifth place in the conference standings, but the team’s improving on-court chemistry has left a sense of optimism moving forward. Read more...

Photo: Despite a 2-2 start to Pac-12 play, UCLA women’s basketball coach Cori Close sees plenty of reasons to be optimistic. Her team posted back-to-back season highs in “passion plays” last week for the first time this year. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)


Battle of the editors: Four standout performers in UCLA Athletics this fall season

Melissa Zhang, assistant Sports editor Jessie FlemingWomen’s soccer, sophomore midfielder Fleming’s presence on the field was one reason for the success of UCLA women’s soccer this year. Read more...

Photo: Senior utility Alex Roelse led UCLA men’s water polo to its third title in four years this fall. He scored career-highs 35 times for the Bruins this season, including six goals in four postseason games. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)


Men’s water polo wins championship, bids farewell to skilled seniors

With the 2017 season in the books, UCLA men’s water polo must say goodbye to a senior class who will leave behind an impressive legacy. The Bruins claimed their third title in four years after knocking off USC in the NCAA championship Sunday. Read more...

Photo: With the 2017 season in the rearview mirror, UCLA men’s water polo is set to lose seven seniors, including senior utility Alex Roelse. He scored twice against USC in the national championship Sunday. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)



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