No. 24 UCLA football lost to No. 22 Fresno State on Saturday after a touchdown pass with 14 seconds remaining gave the Bulldogs the lead, marking the fourth lead change of the latter half of the fourth quarter. (David Rimer/Assistant Photo editor)
One game removed from arguably its biggest win in the last few years, No. 24 UCLA football (2-1) lost 40-37 in surprising fashion to No. 22 Fresno State.
For the second straight game, Mia Fishel got the scoring started for the Bruins in her hometown.
After the junior forward recorded a brace Thursday night, it only took 10 minutes for the San Diego native to get on the score sheet once again Sunday evening.
Less than three days after beating the Cardinal for the first time since 2013, the Bruins will be back on the field.
UCLA men’s soccer (4-2, 1-0 Pac-12) will take on California (2-3-1, 0-1) on Sunday night at Wallis Annenberg Stadium in the second game of the team’s conference slate.
The Bruins ended their nonconference schedule with a pair of wins.
No. 19 UCLA women’s volleyball (7-1) defeated both Butler (6-7) on Friday and Milwaukee (6-6) 3-1 Saturday during the Bulldog Brawl tournament in Indianapolis.
The Bruins are halfway to their first loss of the year.
No. 13 UCLA football (2-0) trails Fresno State (2-1) 23-10 at halftime after giving up 276 yards to the Bulldogs in two quarters of play.
The Bruins were unable to build off their low-scoring opening round.
UCLA women’s golf finished 10th out of 12 teams at the ANNIKA Intercollegiate at The Royal Golf Club in Lake Elmo, Minnesota.
The last time the Bulldogs made the trip to Pasadena, Dorian Thompson-Robinson was making his first career start at the Rose Bowl for the Bruins.
The quarterback said after Monday’s practice that he remembers the team didn’t play well that day, as the then-freshman racked up only 151 passing yards and had two interceptions on 10-of-24 throwing while losing 38-14 on Sept.
Prediction: UCLA 38, Fresno State 35
Pac-12 After Dark is a wild place.
And with a 7:45 p.m. start time Saturday, things are bound to get crazy in Pasadena, especially against an opponent like Fresno State.
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