Senior pole vaulter Kyle Brown cleared 5.07 meters in pole vault, a personal record by more than a centimeter. (Courtesy of James Lee/UCLA Athletics)
The Bruins landed several new records over the weekend.
UCLA track and field competed at the Rafer Johnson/Jackie Joyner-Kersee Invitational on Thursday and Friday at Drake Stadium.
The Bruins were held to their worst hitting performance in nearly four years in their first game back since dealing with COVID-19 within the program.
However, the offensive struggles didn’t last the remainder of the weekend.
Hannah Palmer’s golden goal saved the Bruins from a winless weekend.
No. 2 UCLA women’s water polo (8-2, 6-2 MPSF) and No. 5 Arizona State (12-7, 6-4 MPSF) were knotted at 10 goals apiece in a sudden-death overtime period at Mona Plummer Aquatic Center on Sunday before the sophomore attacker netted her third goal of the game and fourth of the weekend to give the blue and gold an 11-10 victory.
The Bruins are one step closer to filling seats again.
UCLA Athletics announced Monday morning – in compliance with state and county guidelines – that outdoor home sporting events will be open to a limited capacity of players’ families and guests, starting Friday.
The Bruins finished their regular season with a win over the conference’s top team.
No. 6 UCLA men’s volleyball (14-5) finished its regular season by splitting a pair of matches against No.
For the second weekend in a row, the Bruins dropped two of three games in their series against Pac-12 opponents.
No. 21 UCLA baseball (17-11, 6-6 Pac-12) fell two games to one to Stanford (19-6, 6-3) this weekend, marking its second series loss in a row following the same outcome against Washington a week ago.
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