Redshirt sophomore attacker Trey Doten winds his arm back to throw against Air Force at Spieker Aquatics Center on Saturday. (Jordan Guzman/Daily Bruin)
This post was updated Oct. 1 at 9:45 p.m.
Since there are no losses to learn from, the Bruins continue to learn from their wins.
At least, that’s the case if you ask Trey Doten.
The Bruins will face off against familiar foes in their quest to keep their undefeated streak alive.
“We want to put ourselves in a position to be in the highest level games that we can possibly be,” said coach Adam Wright.
Men’s water poloBenjamin Royer, assistant Sports editor
Bruins have won MPSF West/S&R Sport Newcomer of the Week three weeks in a row.
Freshman center Marcell Szécsi was the latest to get it done, netting five goals in five attempts to cap off No.
This post was updated Sept. 21 at 3:49 p.m.
The Bruins reigned in two more wins behind four hat tricks and a near-record-breaking performance.
No. 2 UCLA men’s water polo (9-0, 1-0 MPSF) conquered No.
Men’s soccerAnthony Aroyan, Daily Bruin staff
The Bruins will have the opportunity to continue their momentum coming off their largest margin of victory.
Following a 4-0 defeat of Rutgers, UCLA men’s soccer (2-1-1) will travel to Titan Stadium to play Cal State Fullerton (3-2-2).
There’s an unspoken chemistry in the pool between attackers Frederico Jucá Carsalade and Rafael Real Vergara.
The redshirt freshman and senior are Brazilian, have known each other since youth and appeared Saturday in their first home contest at Spieker Aquatics Center.
This post was updated Sept. 5 at 12:04 a.m.
The Bruins began their 2023 campaign with a sweep of the Triton Invitational.
No. 3 UCLA men’s water polo (4-0) blitzed the invitational tournament in San Diego on Saturday and Sunday, defeating four Southern California-based programs to start its non-MPSF slate undefeated.
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