(Kimi Jung/Daily Bruin staff)
A brand new year of UCLA Athletics is on the horizon, and with it comes more chances to etch new records. Ahead of the opening games, the Daily Bruin Sports staff breaks down the best- and worst-case scenarios for each team, as well as one storyline to watch throughout each season.
The Bruins placed third in the men’s 4×400 at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, with the school’s fastest time at the Championships ever. This was their first time qualifying for this event since 2005 and their highest placement in the event since the schools’ championship in 1999.
This post was updated May 29 at 11:26 p.m.
The Bruins will be well represented in Austin.
After competing at the NCAA West Preliminary Rounds, the Bruins are heading to Austin, Texas, for the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships beginning this Wednesday.
The age-old adage that history repeats itself rang true for the Bruins.
UCLA track and field competed in the Pac-12 championships Friday through Sunday in Walnut, California, where the men’s squad ranked eighth overall and the women’s team notched a fifth-place finish.
With the season coming to a close, some Bruins are taking the time to reflect on their legacies representing the blue and gold.
UCLA track and field held its Senior Day during a dual meet against USC at Drake Stadium on Sunday, with the many seniors – who have topped leaderboards and broken records this season – receiving recognition in front of friends and family.
With Senior Day celebrations ending the day, the Bruins went even in their regular season finale against USC.
UCLA track and field split the dual meet against its rivals Sunday, with the men’s team topping the Trojans 88-70 while the women’s team fell short by 13 points in the 88-75 decision.
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