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Track and Field


Jan. 18, 2022 3:13 p.m.
Track and field athletes break personal, facility records at first indoor meet

(From left to right) UCLA track and field junior sprinters Catherine Leger, Makenzy Pierre-Webster, Maddy Doane and Myles Misener-Daley pose for a photo following their first indoor competition of the season Jan. 15. All four athletes broke previous facility records at The Podium in Spokane, Washington.(Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

In their first indoor competition in almost a year, the Bruins were able to compile event victories and set new records.
UCLA track and field traveled to Spokane, Washington, to compete in the Cougar Classic on Friday and Saturday, its first indoor team competition of the year after participating in one such event in the entirety of last season.

By Caleb Freeman Sacker

Men's Tennis

Jan. 13, 2022 1:41 p.m.
Weekend preview: Jan. 13

Men’s Volleyball
Leila Bivins, Daily Bruin contributor
After a coronavirus-related hiatus, the Bruins are slated to begin the 2022 campaign.
No. 2 UCLA men’s volleyball will take on Princeton at the John Wooden Center on Saturday evening to open its season.

By Leila Bivins, Garrison Hallum, Olivia Simons, and Zoe Moskowitz

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