No. 17 UCLA rowing won three of its four races against San Diego to remain unbeaten and will travel across town to face No. 12 Stanford and No. 20 USC next Saturday. (Lauren Man/Assistant Photo editor)
The Bruins were finally back on the water.
No. 17 UCLA rowing (3-0) competed against San Diego (3-3) on Saturday in Chula Vista, California, winning three out of the four races.
The Bruins capped off their Senior Day with a historic performance.
For the first time in program history, No. 19 UCLA rowing (2-0) swept No. 18 USC (1-1) in every race and defeated the Women of Troy for only the second time in a dual meet, with the only other victory coming during the 2011-2012 season.
With a new boat, the Bruins swept their races over the weekend.
No. 18 UCLA rowing (1-0) won its 2021 season opener in Marina del Rey over Loyola Marymount (0-3) on Saturday after the team’s 2020 season featured only one meet before it was cut short because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kyle Boal, Assistant Sports editor
A new Bruins’ season is here.
No. 18 UCLA rowing will begin its season hosting Loyola Marymount in Marina del Rey with no fans in attendance.
This post was updated Aug. 18 at 5:16 p.m. to reflect a new illustration for the Swim & Dive team.
With the Pac-12’s recent cancellation of all athletic competitions for the rest of the 2020 calendar year, many UCLA sports will be waiting longer than usual to start their seasons.
After an early exit in the 2019 postseason, the Bruins will open up a new season.
No. 20 UCLA rowing is slated to start its 2020 season Saturday at the Marina Aquatic Center versus San Diego State.
In each of the past four years, the Bruins’ season has ended at the Pac-12 championship.
UCLA women’s rowing (2-1, 0-1 Pac-12) will have another chance to make it past the Pac-12 and into the NCAA championship when it races for the conference title Sunday in Gold River, California.
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