Former UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen was cut and signed for his third team as he highlights this week’s rundown. (Daily Bruin file photo)
As college sports continue to be pushed back because of the COVID-19 pandemic, professional leagues have restarted. Each Monday, Daily Bruin Sports will highlight a few standout alumni performances from the past week in ongoing leagues as we await the return of university athletics.
This post was updated Aug. 18 at 5:16 p.m. to reflect a new illustration for the Swim & Dive team.
With the Pac-12’s recent cancellation of all athletic competitions for the rest of the 2020 calendar year, many UCLA sports will be waiting longer than usual to start their seasons.
Fall sports have been given a road map to a return.
The NCAA Board of Governors released Wednesday a list of requirements for schools and conferences to conduct fall sports, as well as implemented an Aug.
After sweeping both their Bay Area rivals within the last month, the Bruins once again came out on top – this time in hostile territory.
One day after claiming a 4-3 victory over California (3-4, 1-1 Pac-12), No.
All eyes at the Los Angeles Tennis Center shifted to courts four and five.
The Bruins held a 3-1 lead over the Waves after freshman Abbey Forbes and redshirt senior Jada Hart secured singles wins on courts two and three.
MARKS STADIUM — One singles win stood in the way of a victory against the Bruins’ crosstown rivals.
With the score sitting at 3-1 for nearly an hour, the Bruins waited for their fourth point – and it once again came from freshman Sasha Vagramov.
Jared Tay, Assistant Sports editor
Marks Stadium’s capacity is less than a fifth of the Los Angeles Tennis Center.
But despite the vast difference in the size of the venues, coach Stella Sampras Webster said the Bruins will have to mentally prepare for the hostile environment of the small, 1,000-seat home stadium of the Trojans.
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