I’ll never forget covering my first football game.
The blazing September sun beating down on my black pants. Climbing escalator after escalator. Entering the Rose Bowl press box for the first time.
Jordan Chiles never shies away from the spotlight. An Olympic medalist with endless energy and eye-catching swagger, she has Hollywood written all over her.
But don’t count on her to follow a script.
This post was updated June 12 at 1:24 p.m.
UCLA Athletics had its fair share of heroes during the 2022-2023 season. Whether it was clutch goal scorers, individual national champions or consistent performers, these players stood out from the rest.
In the year’s final episode of Out of Bounds, Daily Bruin’s sports podcast, senior staff writer Jon Christon chats with Sports Editor Sam Settleman and senior staff writer Francis Moon about their time with The Bruin the past four years.
UCLA men’s basketball had zero players drafted in the coach Mick Cronin era before Peyton Watson went in the first round a year ago, and now the Bruins are poised to send even more players to the professional ranks.
The 2022-2023 season in UCLA athletics has seen many highlight plays across a wide array of different sports. With the sports year coming to a close, the Daily Bruin Sports editors are looking back at some of the top plays of the year across campus.
This post was updated May 31 at 10:46 p.m.
Former UCLA football defensive coordinator Bill McGovern died Tuesday morning at age 60, the program announced.
“Early this morning we said goodbye to our beloved father and husband Bill after his long and difficult battle with cancer came to an end and today, we would like to thank the entire UCLA community for all of the love and support you gave to Bill and our entire family during this very difficult struggle,” the McGovern family said in a statement.
This post was updated May 23 at 11:31 p.m.
The Bruins are adding another top European guard to their incoming freshman class.
Slovenian guard Jan Vide committed to UCLA men’s basketball Monday evening, according to ESPN’s Jonathan Givony.
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