Thursday, May 28

UCLA gymnastics uses loss to Oklahoma as motivation for upcoming meet

Despite UCLA suffering its first loss of the season against Oklahoma last week, there was a positive atmosphere in Pauley Pavilion. The loss, however, has not been brushed aside by the team. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore Gracie Kramer scored a 9.875 on floor exercise against Oklahoma on Sunday. Kramer will make her collegiate debut on balance beam this Saturday at California. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

Unity is highlight of gymnastics meet supporting abuse victims

Under normal circumstances, UCLA’s gymnastics meet against Oklahoma would have been billed as a showdown between two top-tier programs with national championship ambitions. The individual scores and the final results would have taken center stage. Read more...

Photo: After their meet Sunday, members of UCLA and Oklahoma gymnastics honored women who have come forward and spoken about about the sexual abuse of former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

Weekend in Preview: Women’s water polo faces 4 top-25 teams, track heads to New York

Track and field Nicholas Yekikian, assistant Sports editor With the 2018 indoor season finally underway, UCLA track and field will take part in its second meet of the year this weekend. Read more...

Photo: Sophomore Madison Kocian made her return to competition last weekend after being sidelined for five months due to an injury. The Bruins will compete at the Metroplex Challenge in Dallas on Saturday. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

UCLA gymnastics optimistic going into meet against Arizona

When UCLA gymnastics visits Arizona on Saturday, junior Katelyn Ohashi will return to Tucson, a city memorable to her for all the right reasons and all the wrong reasons. Read more...

Photo: Junior Katelyn Ohashi fell and broke off part of the balance beam in her last meet at Arizona. The Bruins will face off against the Wildcats on Saturday in their first meet of Pac-12 competition. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Younger members of UCLA gymnastics step up, show consistent performance

UCLA gymnastics faced an early season hurdle and claimed a victory behind standout performances from its younger gymnasts. The usual suspects, such as sophomore Kyla Ross and redshirt senior Peng-Peng Lee, also performed well for the No. Read more...

Photo: Redshirt freshman Grace Glenn got a chance to compete in UCLA gymnastics’ most recent meet, placing in a tie for 12th in the balance beam with a score of 9.750. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Assistant Photo editor)

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