Senior Ben Goldberg (left) and redshirt senior Jada Hart (right) both announced via Twitter that they will return to Westwood for one more year, finishing their careers with UCLA tennis in spring 2021. (Left: Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor
Right: Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)
Out with the old, in with the new. Or so the saying was supposed to go.
Because “the old” are sticking around for one more year.
The Bruins are set to face off against the nation’s top team, which also happens to be their rival from across town.
No. 25 UCLA men’s tennis (9-4, 2-0 Pac-12) will square off against longtime rivals No.
The Bruins’ trip to the Pacific Northwest ended with senior Ben Goldberg shaking his hips and waving his hands in the air.
With No. 22 UCLA men’s tennis (8-4, 2-0 Pac-12) knotted in a 3-3 tie with Pac-12 foe Oregon (9-5, 0-2), Goldberg once again found himself in the deciding match, winning the tiebreak 7-1 to give the Bruins a 4-3 victory, a perfect start to the conference season.
Jared Tay, Assistant Sports editor
Marks Stadium’s capacity is less than a fifth of the Los Angeles Tennis Center.
But despite the vast difference in the size of the venues, coach Stella Sampras Webster said the Bruins will have to mentally prepare for the hostile environment of the small, 1,000-seat home stadium of the Trojans.
The Bruins will carry a two-game winning streak into league play.
No. 17 UCLA men’s tennis (6-4) beat UC Irvine (3-3) 4-0 at the Los Angeles Tennis Center on Sunday to push its all-time record versus UCI to 40-2.
Jake Greenberg-Bell, Daily Bruin contributor
The Bruins do not have to wait long for a chance at redemption.
No. 8 UCLA men’s volleyball (7-6, 2-2 MPSF) will travel to take on No.
Coach Billy Martin registered his 600th win as the Bruins’ coach, but not before he added a few more losses to his career total.
No. 17 UCLA men’s tennis (5-4 Pac-12) suffered two losses at the ITA national indoor championships in Madison, Wisconsin, in a weekend of mixed results.
This post was updated Feb. 12 at 10:37 p.m.
The Bruins kicked off their indoor season with a victory.
No. 16 UCLA men’s tennis (4-2) knocked off Western Michigan (5-5) 7-0 at the Midtown Athletic Club in Chicago on Tuesday, rebounding from a pair of 2-4 losses against No.
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