The Bruins broke an eight-year losing streak Friday, but they couldn’t sweep the weekend.
Then-No.18 UCLA women’s volleyball (5-3) split its home matches against No.10 Washington (6-2) this weekend, winning Friday’s match 3-2 before losing 0-3 on Sunday.
Michael Waldman, Assistant Sports editor
After moving up one space in the rankings, the Bruins will take on the No. 1 team in the country in their first road doubleheader of the season.
The Bruins’ first loss revealed a common thread in their three season-opening victories.
In its three wins, No. 18 UCLA women’s volleyball’s (3-1) opponents each accumulated at least 19 hitting errors.
After a an undefeated weekend at home, the Bruins are leaving the den.
No. 19 UCLA women’s volleyball (2-0) will head north to face Oregon (1-1) this weekend in its first away games in this year’s modified season.
Rising out of the pandemic, the Bruins started up their season with victory.
No. 22 UCLA women’s volleyball (2-0) defeated California (0-2) twice this weekend in Pauley Pavilion, only losing one set in the first match.
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