Senior Garrett Reynolds was one of two Bruins for UCLA men’s cross country who raced individually at the NCAA championship in Terre Haute, Indiana, on Saturday. Reynolds placed 84th overall with a time of 31:50.6 in the 10K. (Courtesy of Don Liebig/UCLA Athletics)
The Bruins’ hopes at a men’s championship died in the final week of the regular season, and only one woman in blue and gold qualified for nationals.
The NCAA cross country Selection Show presented its list of the 13 at-large men’s teams to qualify for the NCAA championship this weekend.
But UCLA never ran across the screen, and the Bruins’ expectations of a men’s team bid to nationals fell through.
The Bruins have a shot at automatic qualification for the NCAA championship.
UCLA cross country will travel to Colfax, Washington, to compete at the NCAA Western Regional on Friday.
Running 35 to 50 miles a week might difficult for the average UCLA student.
But to cover that distance is routine for many of the runners of UCLA cross country, and redshirt senior Robert Brandt said he and the No.
Swim & diveCoral Smith, Assistant Sports editor
The Bruin divers will make their season debut Friday.
No. 23 UCLA swim and dive (3-0, 1-0 Pac-12) will compete in back-to-back days of dual meets this weekend against conference opponents, first facing off against Arizona (2-1, 0-1) on Friday afternoon, and then taking on No.
This post was updated Oct. 20 at 11:58 p.m.
The Bruins ran alongside over 200 runners and two-thirds of the top-ranked teams in the nation.
UCLA cross country competed at the Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitation in Madison, Wisconsin, on Friday, with the No.
When the Bruins finished third at the Bill Dellinger Invitational on Sept. 28, they were led by redshirt senior Robert Brandt who finished second individually.
But UCLA cross country was without one regular runner in its lineup – redshirt senior Millen Trujillo.
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