Tuesday, January 21

M. tennis primed for Huskies

M. tennis primed for Huskies Bruins look to fifth consecutive win to boost perfect record By Mark Shapiro Daily Bruin Contributor The UCLA men’s tennis team is ranked second in the nation, boasts a perfect 4-0 record and has dominated its opponents on the court. Read more...


M. volleyball set for tough UCSB rematch

M. volleyball set for tough UCSB rematch No. 2 Bruins must stave off hothanded Harris for victory By Ruben Gutierrez Daily Bruin Staff In a rematch of its first contest of the season, the UCLA men’s volleyball team will travel to Santa Barbara tomorrow evening, to face the No. Read more...


Tumbler likes to take her time

Tumbler likes to take her time Enthusiasm, patience mark Hayashi’s style as she finds place on team By Esther Hui Daily Bruin Staff It took Kiralee Hayashi a while before she began to like gymnastics. Read more...


M. hoops challenges Oregon

M. hoops challenges Oregon Bruins face Ducks tonight, looking for win, better stats By Scott Yamaguchi Daily Bruin Staff Looking to maintain its hold on first place in the Pac-10 standings, the UCLA men’s basketball team hosts Oregon tonight in a 7:30 p.m. Read more...


W. hoops to take on Oregon

W. hoops to take on Oregon Bruins will use defense to attack Ducks’ momentum By Emmanuelle Ejercito Daily Bruin Staff The UCLA women’s basketball team will play the first part of a pivotal road trip in Oregon tonight as it tips off against the Ducks in Eugene. Read more...


Dempsey’s hoop dreams delayed

Dempsey’s hoop dreams delayed Despite a recruiter’s broken promise, this UCLA forward strives for redemption By Scott Yamaguchi Daily Bruin Staff Where there are promises made, there are bound to be promises broken. Read more...


Northridge takes middle way to beat Bruins

Northridge takes middle way to beat Bruins Matadors’ line drives and defensive strength clinch baseball victory By Yoni Tamler Daily Bruin Contributor The UCLA baseball team’s season opener against Cal State Northridge (2-0, 1-0) was a figurative Tootsie Pop. Read more...